Thank you to all of our 2016 Dzherelo Walkathon donors!

A big thank you goes out to all of our donors for supporting the Dzherelo Children’s Rehabilitation Centre through the 2016 Scotiabank Charity Challenge! On October 16, 2016, Friends of Dzherelo Team participated in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront 5k Walk, raising funds for Children of Chornobyl Canadian Fund – Dzherelo Children’s Rehabilitation Centre. Donations are still being accepted until October 31, 2016. Please help us to walk confidently towards our goal – raising $20,000 for the Centre that already helped more than 5,000 children and youth with disabilities. "Not all of us can do great…continue reading →

On October 16, 2016: Help support Dzherelo through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge

On October 16, 2016, Friends of Dzherelo Team will be participating in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront 5k Walk while raising funds for Children of Chornobyl Canadian Fund – Dzherelo Children’s Rehabilitation Centre. Please help us to walk confidently towards our goal – raising $20,000 for the Centre that already helped more than 5,000 children and youth with disabilities. "Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love" – Mother Teresa Let's make an impact together! Your support is greatly appreciated! THANK YOU! Pledges of $20 and more will receive…continue reading →

The Power of a Smile: How Queen’s prepared me for a role at Dzherelo Children’s Rehabilitation Centre

This article is definitely worth a read. Written by Natalie Langstaff from the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University, this inspiring article describes Natalie's experiences while working at the Dzherelo Children's Rehabilitation Centre in Kyiv, and how her education at Queen's University prepared her for a challenging and rewarding role as a Physiotherapy Consultant. Read the full article on the Queen's University blog below: "The Power of a Smile: How Queen's prepared me for a role at Dzherelo Children's Rehabilitation Centre" by Natalie Langstaff »continue reading →

CCCF Funds Canadian Physiotherapy Team for Dzerelo Centre in Lviv, Ukraine

The Children of Chornobyl Canadian Fund (CCCF) is supporting the work of Canadian physiotherapist Natalie Longstaff at the Dzherelo Children’s Rehabilitation Centre in Lviv, Ukraine. Natalie will be publishing an online diary of her experiences during this project which you can follow at: TheTravelingPhysiotherapist.wordpress.com »continue reading →

Dzherelo Centre Spring 2011 Fundraising Endeavours

From the beginning of March we started very interesting action “I present the kilometer for the child”, we sell paper-buses to our friends, sponsors and even on streets. Charitable funds will be used to fuel buses that bring children and youth to everyday Programs. Moreover, from the 1st of April we will collect money in our Lviv supermarkets and this fundraising is connected with Easter.continue reading →
A Visit from the Canadian Children of Chornobyl Canadian Fund

A Visit from the Canadian Children of Chornobyl Canadian Fund

On May 20, Dzherelo was pleased to welcome Mrs. Renata Roman, Co-President of the Canadian Children of Chornobyl Fund (Toronto) for a visit to the Centre. Herself a rehabilitation therapist and together with her husband, Mr. Eugene Roman, also a personal benefactor of Dzherelo, Mrs. Roman met with the children, listened to news of recent accomplishments and offered valuable insights and enthusiastic encouragement to both children and staff. The Canadian Children of Chornobyl Fund has been an important partner of Dzherelo Centre since 1994. Through CCCF the Ukrainian Diaspora of Canada has contributed…continue reading →