«AIS-Children» is charity project with a group of companies “AIS”, created to support orphanages and boarding schools in remote areas.
The website «AIS-Children» was developed as a partnership project with GC AIS. The site has a photo and video gallery, with the possibility of adding new photos and video via admin panel. And also the website has a block of “News” with the ability to add articles by the admin of the site.
The aim of the project is organizing the collection and delivery of charitable assistance to those child care institutions which are most in need throughout Ukraine.
“AIS-Kids” was founded in July 2011, but its appearance was preceded by regular charity visits to orphanages, during which the company’s employees transmit the collected material aid. Realizing the size and scale of necessary assistance Group of Companies “AIS” set a goal to expand its assistance to the national level, increase the amount of allocated material means for aid and with the help of partners to collect the maximum amount of financial assistance.
Delivery of aid by means of social project “AIS Children” is provided by organizing the rally, which involved automobile brands of Group “AIS”. Every time the route plan is schemed in such way that a single visit can cover several institutions in related regions. Planned regularity of the rally is every 3 months, throughout the whole Ukraine.
List of items that we collect for orphanages:
- Office supplies: pens, pencils, markers, notebooks, sketchbooks, rulers
Books: fiction, textbooks (for children from 3 to 16 years)
Sports equipment: balls (football, basketball, volleyball), sets for tennis and badminton.
Board games: chess, checkers, football, hockey, educational games.
Tracksuits (for children from 10 to 16 years)
Shoes (winter, spring and autumn. Sizes from 34 to 42)
Office equipment and computer equipment
If you want to help children, abandoned by parents, and to join the project “AIS-Children”, you can buy the necessary goods and deliver them to a collection station:
Kiev: Baltic str., 20, tel. 044 585-6432.