Forthcoming Projects for 2016
  • Sponsorship of new groups of the Ukrainian children for rest and treatment holidays in non- contaminated areas in Ukraine.
  • Charity Fund-Raising Concerts.
  • Sponsoring essential pharmaceuticals and medical equipment for treating children with Chernobyl related illnesses.

News

 

Peace and Goodwill exhibition reception at AIM for Art Gallery, 5th February 2011


The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in UK successfully organised the collaboration of local and internationally acclaimed artists as well as inviting the children of Chernobyl to donate their works of art to to this fantastic exhibition, hosted by the Aim for Art Gallery, Milton Keynes (www.aimforartgallery.org.uk/).

The event was attended by The Mayor of Milton Keynes, Debbie Brock, the Minister-Counsellor of the Embassy of Ukraine in the UK, the District Governor of the Lions Club 105A and more than 100 supporters of the Chernobyl Relief Foundation UK.

Thanks to the efforts of all involved, we raised £1,425.30 to contribute to the treatment of children with cancer at the Okhmadyt Hospital in Ukraine. Many thanks are due to a number of local artists who kindly donated their artworks to raise money for the cause.

POSTER OF THE PEACE AND GOODWILL EXHIBITION

Picture 1 Tatiana Pereverzeva - Birch, Curator of the Peace and Goodwill exhibition and Project Managing Trustee of the Chernobyl Relief Foundation UK

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Traditional Ukranian-style welcome to The Mayor of Milton Keynes, Debbie Brock

Picture 3 Minister-Counsellor Andrii Kuzmenko, Embassy of Ukraine in UK (telling the audience "children choose peace and goodwill...")


 

 

 

 

 

 

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