The Gorlovka Infant Hospital has a special department dedicated to the treatment and care of orphans from birth to age of four. The construction of the hospital began in 1990 but was halted for some years due to the extreme economic hardships experienced during the colapse of the Soviet Union. Construction was finally complete in 1998, but many of the materials used were of low grade quality and are now starting to fall apart. The hospital encounteres severe drafts throughout most of the year due to the poor quality of the windows. We have supplied them with a few electric space heaters in the meantime but the windows need to be replaced in order create better living conditions for the newborns.

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Thanks for kind donations: The Cradle Foundation, Mongol Rally 2009, Tatyana Kogan, Vadim Berman, firstgiving, Anonymous, Denis Churin, Oleksiy Khomenko, Rachel Frenzel, Irene & Gregory Karg, Anonymous, Irene Karg, Bridget Storrie (In Honor of Leonie Bozec), Mirador One, Pavel Babarykin, Jason Takagi, Carlo Scevola & Partners, Dell Direct Giving Campaign, Vladimir Egorov, LUX Credit Management, Aimee Soverns, Joel Filling, Susanna Harter, Anonymous, Dmitriy Kalinchuk, Tiffany Appell, Anna Gorbunova, esells products, Pauline Smith (In Honor of Josh Corbin-Thomalinson), Julie Humphrey, Michael Paulick, Rochelle Sylvester, and our own permanent fund: Adam Sheda Memorial Fund.