Establishing an Organization
This brief document provides outlines the steps needed to
establish a health recuperation respite program for
Chernobyl children. If interested in exploring this
possibility further, subsequent packets include:
organization materials Packet
Family Introduction Packet
Family Orientation Packet
Reaching Out to Help Others!
listing of all known groups who are active in providing
health recuperation respites for children as well as
humanitarian aid, education and cultural exchanges, or
medical support services to those in the Chernobyl
region. The list continues to grow as new people hear
about the project.
At a Glance
brief description of the national organization and the
program initiatives it is working on.
Fall Conference Program
Fall, CofCUSA holds a conference, moving it around the U.S.
and making it easier for all groups to attend. The
enclosed programs show the diversity of topics.
18-month desk calendar contains pictures of the Chernobyl
children taken by various groups throughout the U.S.
The descriptive text on the back of each month provides
information on the children and the U.S. projects that host
them. It is an excellent educational tool as it gives
a broad overview of both the consequences of Chernobyl and
the American humanitarian response.