Make your Holiday Gift “Caring for Kids”
Sponsor a One Humanity Teddy Bear
….and we’ll share your gift with Ukrainian Children
and House of Hope Families
Your Teddy Bear will be given to a child in a Ukrainian Orphanage.
The proceeds will provide heat for Ukrainian families at the House of Hope in Oswiecim, Poland.
Each Teddy Bear has a personalized caring notecard with artwork by Polish and Ukrainian students living in Poland.
These young people aspire to become ‘pen pals’ with the orphaned Ukrainians.
Your generosity will have an impact on innocent lives and nurtures the seeds of hope
Every Teddy Bear sponsored will be a Holiday gift to a child living in a Ukrainian orphanage. Our hearts hurt for these children.
The Teddy Bears will have caring cards made by students in Oswiecim, Polish schools, and by the Ukrainian children in the House of Hope. The personalized love continues as the Warsaw Rotary Club prepares and hand-delivers the bears to the orphanages.
The proceeds will also go to support the heating costs for the Ukrainian families living at the House of Hope. Utility costs have gone up threefold since the war broke out and the families need to be warm. The House of Hope was renovated with funds from around the world and now has over 20 Ukrainians living there as guests.
Give your generous support to benefit these children impacted by the war. Keep our One Humanity Teddy Bear Gift Program spreading from Heart to Heart and say,
Warm Hearts and Warm Home.
As you can see, one gift impacts numerous people! Please share with friends and family, so this message can reach as many as possible.
We invite you to become part of our One Humanity House of Hope Community.
The “House of Hope” (HOH) Story HOH is an initiative of the One Humanity Institute.
Shortly after the war began, we raised funds from donors from around the world to restore the destroyed building to provide 3-6 months transitional housing for Ukrainian Guests (refugees). Living costs have gone up tremendously because of the war, and as the deep cold of winter unfolds in Poland, we desperately need funds to provide warmth for our HOH families (currently 20 people)