“What do Polish children eat during Christmas?” asks Violet, pasting paper ornaments to the Christmas card. She put her whole heart into the card, because it will go (virtually, but still very truly) to the adoptive parents, Wiktoria, Marzena and Jakub, among others. It will also go to the parents of other children, Violet’s siblings and friends, as well as to those who are with us in spirit, but cannot afford to financially support the Home. Little Violet would like to wish all of you a Merry Christmas!
You are with the children in every important moment of their lives. You put balanced meals on their tables, which allow children to develop healthily. You fund toys – including therapeutic toys – that make children forget the injustices that once were their daily lives. You support a hospital that makes it possible for even sick children to sleep safely, knowing that they will always get help.
Especially in December, they want to show you the immense gratitude they feel with every full plate and letter received. Little hands are making beautiful cards and paper chains, the older children sing Polish carols and are preparing a grand performance (for you!), and the sisters are outdoing Santa Claus in organising the Christmas party.
What if we told you that we had a present for you this year? Take a look at our Advent Calendar, where you will find a new surprise every day! Today the children want to show off their drawings to you, but we also have video wishes, a virtual vernissage, a game in which you will learn your Zambian name as well as Polish carols sung by the children! We will remind you of every open slot in our blog reports.
There is enough love from the children to go around for anyone! And if you would like to treat the children to a Christmas dinner or a chocolate Santa, there is a link in the calendar that will take you to the Christmas table.
Santa Claus never had it easy in Kasisi 😉 Over 230 children live here. Sister Mariola has already rushed to his aid and is quietly preparing presents!
Many of us still leave a free seat at the Christmas Eve table. Let one of our children sit at it this year (at a distance, but very much for real) and invite them to the table today!