With the arrival of coronavirus having a profound effect on all of our lives, it’s reassuring to note that there is some light in the darkness.
To coordinate their efforts, the women volunteers set up the Animal Rescue Collective Guild Craft Poland on Facebook which now has over 1,000 members. To date they have sent over 300kg of pouches and blankets to help the orphaned animals.
At the moment the only help the children get is from a shaman who identifies who "put a spell on the family.” The team will provide the children with hearing aids and education.
Poland's Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP), which held its 28th finale on Sunday, had collected over PLN 100 mln (ca EUR 27 mln) by midnight to buy equipment for children's hospitals, the foundation tweeted on Monday.
Poland's Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP) organisation is holding its 28th Finale on Sunday. WOSP volunteers countrywide are gathering funds into their distinctive collection boxes.
The man and wife team converted the rotting old hut into a cozy home for the 82-year-old pensioner known affectionately as ‘Grandma’ after seeing her appeal for help on a local charity site. With just her dog for company, the pensioner told TFN: ‘I thought I was going to die there.’
Many people think that homeless animals, which have lived in shelters since birth, cannot adapt to normal life outside the shelter. A Warsaw-based animal shelter proves that assumption wrong.