$1 from every purchase – to kids
April 29, 2013
To the great misfortune, their mother has died and now their eldest sister Olesya is taking care of them. She makes her living by washing dishes. Older boy Sasha is 11 years old, he is studying in 5th grade, and his little brother Abdullah is 6 years.
Krasnogorsk village in Tashkent region.
March 26, 2013
This family lives in a “Krasnogorsk” village that located near Tashkent.
The older girl name is Veronica, she is 7 years and she is studying in the first grade. She helps her mother around the house and looking after her 2 years old little sister, whose name Medeya.
Children grow up without a father. Their mother Elena survives on a small allowance, which pays the state.
February 28, 2013
This boy has name Stanislav him 5 years he does not go to school, but learning to write and read.
Every morning he makes charging and dreams of becoming an athlete! His mother, Kate, makes a living by cleaning the apartment.
December 24, 2012
This bashful boy’s name is Ilyas, he grows up without a father. He is 6 years old, he loves to construct various unusual things from the construction set. He also helps his mother with housework! His mother Elena works as a hospital attendant. On meager salary she supports her parents and parents of her husband…
And we gave them such gifts from all of us
November 20, 2012
Very poor family from Krasnogorskiy village in Tashkent region. The children live with their mother without a father. Mother is forced to work at two jobs to feed her children – she washes floors and knits socks.
The eldest daughter, Sophia, goes to school and loves to cook, her dream is to become a chef. Son’s name is Andrew, he does not go to school, but he helps his mother with housework and loves to sculpt figurines in plasticine!
October 03, 2012
This family lives in Tashkent. The boy’s name is Askar and his sister Tamila. They lives with grandmother and mom.
Askar recently have gone to school and also he learns to play the piano. He wondered to become a musician. Tamila very shy girl helps her grandmother.
August 27, 2012
Another one “Help the Child” project was conducted on August.
Aziz, an 11 years old boy, is growing up in an incomplete family. He lives with his sick grandmother and mother Muhabbat who works as a cleaner…
His family was given the school supplies, fruit, sweets, money in an envelope
Thank you all for the joy that was given to this boy.
June 11, 2012
We’re made our first charity case! We offer to you our photo report:
Meet – a girl Angelina, she is brought up not in the complete family.
The next family was Olga and her children, a very poor family..
For them all these gifts were ambitious that they never saw – children and parents were very grateful to all those who gave them such a great help!
Our charity project is aimed to help those who are in need.
It is always hard to see those people who are suffering, just because they weren’t lucky enough to be born in a successful family. Anyone who claims himself to be a human being has to have, at least for a second, a sincere impulse to try to help the distressed or those who live in poverty. Moreover, helping these people brings real appeasement to your heart and to your soul.
So our group decided to start a charity program, which involves dedicating $1 from every purchase made from any of the Big Apple Style furniture stores, to the children living in poverty. The money will be given to their parents, which unfortunately, to some circumstances cannot afford or provide the simplest sources of joy, like candies, toys, chocolate bars and etc.
How does it work?
1) When we collect 50$ (in other words, after 50 purchases) we send these money to our friend in Uzbekistan
2) 30$ will be spent on candies, toys and other necessary things. 20$ are given to their parents to slightly help them and cover the expenditures of the family.
3) The person who gives this money will make a photo report and write a little bit about his/her family and why he chose exactly this particular one.
4) The report will be posted here (Look more below…)
1) Why Uzbekistan?
Uzbekistan is my country of origin, I grew up there, I have a lot of good friends there, which know a lot of families living in poverty, as Uzbekistan is still only one of the developing countries.
2) How do you choose a family?
We choose a family with children from 5 to 14 years, which are in need due to disability of one or both of the parents or those families without one of the parents or simply families, which cannot afford basic needs like food and clothing for their children.
3) Why are you doing this?
Because helping other people is a real pleasure to us.
4) Why did you post all of this on the web-site instead of just doing the charity without showing off?
We think that posting this information would persuade other people or other business to start similar projects. May be some people are just not aware of vastness of the problem of the poor and this would induce them to help the poor, not necessarily through our project, as there are thousands of different charities.
The director and the Owner of Big Apple Style Furniture
The project began March 1, 2012…