April 02, 2015

Christmas aid delivery in Kosmet


Report: SFS Belgrade /PHOTO GALLERY/ /RECEIPTS/
During February and March this year, the Charity organization SERBS FOR SERBS delivered aid to 18 socially disadvantaged families from Kosovo and Metohija. We had previously visited the families as part of the Christmas action and established the most useful way of helping them. As always, we owe big gratitude to our friends from EHO Majka devet Jugovica, whose cooperation enabled us to deliver the aid directly to the disadvantaged families. The value of the aid delivered was 1,200,000 RSD.


The grateful Savic family from Kmetovac

The Savic family from Kmetovac was provided with an electric stove, three-door wardrobe and bunk bed with mattresses. The family consists of the parents, Bojan and Ivana, and their two children: Isidora (7) and Mateja (6).


The Mihajlovic family with donated goats and goat kids

In the village of Rabovce, the Mihajlovic family was provided with goats with kids and a wood-burning stove. The parents, Bosko and Jelena, have two daughters: Andjela (10) and Maja (8).


Bosko Mihajlovic, beside their new wood-burning stove


Viktor with his mom, Mirjana Andrejevic, with their new stove and washing machine

In the village of Slatina, the Andrejevic family was provided with an electric stove and washing machine. The head of the household, Vlastimir, and his wife, Mirjana, have two children: Viktor (4) and Marija (2).


The Banovic family was provided with firewood

In Priluzje, the Banovic family was provided with firewood. The mother, Nadica, lives with her two sons: Strahinja (30), who is unemployed, and Batric (27), who suffers from schizophrenia.


Tomislav and Marko Canic with their new electric stove and washing machine

In the village of Ljustar, the Canic family was provided with an electric stove and washing machine. The family consists of the father, Tomislav, and his son Marko, who, being 20 years old, is the youngest resident of this village.


The Dimic family with their new wood-burning stove

We provided the young married couple, Boban and Nastrija Dimic, from the village of Mogili, with a wood-burning stove. When the weather conditions improve, there is a plan of constructing a bathroom for the Dimic family, which they do not have at the moment.


Jovica Ilic beside the donated firewood


Jovica Ilic beside the aid delivered

In Priluzje, the Ilic family was provided with an electric stove, firewood, and clothes, food, hygiene products and diapers for the baby. The parents, Jovica and Marija, have a baby Bozidar, who is only two months old.


A wood-burning stove was delivered to the Krcmarevic family

In the municipality of Vitina, Grncar village, a wood-burning stove, refrigerator and two sofas were delivered to the Krcmarevic family. The family consists of the mother and her three sons: Bojan (34), Srdjan (37) and Sasa (30). Bojan is married to Slavica and they have a son, Nikola (2).


Two sofas and a refrigerator were delivered to the Krcmarevic family


A chest freezer was delivered to the Maksic family

The Maksic family from Gorazdevac was provided with a chest freezer. The family consists of the parents, Ivan and Sanja, and their children: Aleksandar (17) and Andrea (11).


The Markovic grandparents with their grandchildren, Sofija and Stefan, with their new wood-burning stove

In Staro Gradcko, the Markovic family was provided with a wood-burning stove. In a dilapidated house hit by pieces of shrapnel live the parents Milan and Ljiljana with their children Sofija (4) and Stefan (2). Three older family members also live with them. In the following period, the plan is to help the family by fitting out the bathroom, installing laminate flooring and front door.


A wood-burning stove for the Miladinovic family


A refrigerator was delivered to the Miladinovic family

In Gornja Gusterica, the Miladinovic family was provided with a wood-burning stove, refrigerator and sofa. Goran and Sladjana have a son, Marko (23), who is married to Ana (25) and they have a one-year-old son Kristijan.


The Miladinovic family received a sofa, too


The multiple children Miljkovic family with two bunk beds and mattresses

In a place called Grizime, the Miljkovic family was provided with two bunk beds with mattresses. The parents, Zoran and Mirjana, have ten children: Jelena (23), Marko (22), Milos (21), Milan (15), Milena (13), Aleksandra (11), Dejan (9), Jovica (8), Danijela (7) and Sara, the youngest (7 months old).


A washing machine was delivered to the Piric family

The Piric family, who is originally from Vitina, but has taken refuge in the village of Vrbovac, received a washing machine. Zoran Piric lives with his wife Trajanka and their two children: Marko (22) and Sasa (20).


Novak and Nikolina Savic with the donated aid


The Savic family with the donated aid

In the village of Prekovce, the Savic family was provided with an electric stove, refrigerator, sofa, table and chairs. Srecko and Ivana have two children: Novak (3) and Nikolina (2).


A wood-burning stove for the Spasic family


A wardrobe and bunk bed with mattresses for the Spasic family

In the village of Klokot, the Spasic family was provided with a wood-burning stove, wardrobe and bunk bed with mattresses. The father, Jadran, lives with his wife Vasilija and they have two children: Sergej (2) and Anastasija (9 months old).

In the village of Sumaci, the Stankovic family was provided with an electric stove and bunk bed with mattresses. The father, Sreten, lives with his wife Nena and their three children: Milos (14), Marina (12) and Mihajlo (3).


A chainsaw was delivered to Strahinja Stasic and his son Stefan

The Stasic family from Velika Hoca was provided with a chainsaw. The parents, Strahinja and Brankica, have two children: Tamara (23) and Stefan (16).


Andrija and Djurdjevka Trajkovic with their grandsons Nikola and Bosko beside a tractor tiller

In the village of Dobrotin, the Trajkovic family was provided with a tractor tiller, refrigerator, sofa and wood-burning stove. Andrija and Djurdjevka have three sons: Nenad, Nebojsa and the oldest Vladica, who is married to Jelena. They have two sons: Nikola (7) and Bosko (3).


The Trajkovic grandparents with their grandsons beside the delivered refrigerator and sofa


The grandson Nikola with his grandparents welcomed the new wood-burning stove

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The state of the Ivkovic family house in the village of Straza in January, 2014


The work on the roof construction during 2014

We helped the Ivkovic family from the village of Straza by completely finishing the roof construction, together with windows, chimneys, and gutters and drainpipes. The family consists of the parents, Ivan and Mileva and their three sons: Lazar (24), Milos (22) and Bojan (19). This family tends to grow into a real small communal household, given the fact that two sons have recently started living with their wives in this household, Lazar with his wife Jelena, and Milos with his wife Aleksandra. Hence, we have decided to provide them with additional living space, by installing a roof construction on the second floor.


The present look of the Ivkovic family house in the village of Straza


Members of the Ivkovic family in front of their upgraded house

As many times before, we call upon all people of good will worldwide to support the work of the Charity organization SERBS FOR SERBS and thus directly help the most disadvantaged families with children throughout Serbian countries.

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SERBS FOR SERBS

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