On the eve of 2010, four children attended the holiday tree in the Young Academic Theater, which they presented the International Charitable Fund "Children of Chernobyl for survival.
The highlight of the festival was a great performance "capricious love Drozdoboroda" based on tales by the Brothers Grimm. And for dessert, all the children presented sweet New Year gifts.
International Charitable Fund "Children of Chernobyl for Survival" gave the kids a New Year's celebration, which took place on Dec. 28, 2009 in Kiev City Palace of children and youth.
International Charitable Foundation "Children of Chernobyl for Survival" held on November 29, 2009 at the Palace of Culture and Arts of the SBU a charity event "Peace and Good to Our Home" on the occasion of the World Day of Disabled Persons. Six hundred children with special needs and small Chernobyl victims from the capital, Kyiv, Sumy and Zhytomyr regions were invited to this event. All kids got great gifts: sets of sweets, soft toys, and so on.
In June 2009, the International Children's Fund Chernobyl Survivors funded a trip by 25 Chernobyl children from Kyiv, Zhytomyr and Kyiv regions to the picturesque Transcarpathia with financial support from the Chornobyl Children's Fund of Japan.
On April 26, 2009, the International Charitable Foundation "Children of Chernobyl for Survival" held a charity event "Twenty Third Flaming Spring" in the House of officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the framework of the Action Plan at the state level related to the XXIIIth anniversary of the Chornobyl disaster.