Children like Dasha, born with cerebral palsy, are often institutionalized in horrible conditions in the Ukraine. Dasha's father Alexander insisted on caring for Dasha at home saying "I could not put my little girl on a death list." World of Children Honoree organization Chernobyl Children's International helps families like Alexander's care for their children in their own homes, ensuring these children receive the love and care they so greatly deserve. Read about Dasha and Alexander: http://www.worldofchildren.org/blog/gift-of-love/ More info - When a child is institutionalized, he or she is often deprived of the opportunity to experience family life, feel like a full member of society and develop in a normal environment. When that child has limited physical or mental abilities, his opportunities to thrive in an institutional environment are close to zero. Chernobyl Children International is pioneering an effort to enable children with severe disabilities to remain at home with their families by providing necessary medicine, supplies, and access to in-home medical care. Reaching our goal of $100 raised will provide a month's worth of medicine and supplies for a child like Dasha.