Chernobyl Childrens Charity in Inverness and Lochaber in the Highlands of scotland. Bringing Aid and Support to Families of the Belarus Region of Russia.Chernobyl Childrens Charity in Inverness and Lochaber in the Highlands of scotland. Bringing Aid and Support to Families of the Belarus Region of Russia.
  An Introduction

  The people of Belarus live with the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster that sent a cloud of radioactive particles over their country, contaminating much of their land and damaging their nation’s health.

Chernobyl Children Life Line (CCLL) organises recuperative holidays for Belarusian ‘Chernobyl children’ through a network of ‘Links’ within the UK, with each Link inviting children to their area.

Since 1992 the Charity and its Links have become involved in many projects within Belarus to support children, their families and communities. The charity also supports a number of orphanages and children’s hospitals.

CCLL comprises thousands of volunteers, who generously give their time to organise visits and activities, host the children and raise the money needed for airfares and to cover numerous other costs.

All funding is raised through their hard work and the generosity and support of individuals, businesses and organisations within the Link’s community and sometimes further afield. A donation can help a child visit the UK, or help support projects within Belarus. If you would like to make a donation to our Link, please click "Make a Donation" (right).

 
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