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This web site provides only a small glimpse of the work performed by UGOL in the past few years. Over 90 children from various parts of Ukraine have been brought to the US and treated for the congenital heart defects which plagued them. Some of their stories and images appear on the CHILDREN page.


Press Releases from a variety of media sources are also listed, including information on a documentary video produced by WB11.

Should you wish more information about UGOL or wish to contribute or volunteer, feel free to contact us by phone, fax, email, or old fashioned paper mail.

The Year End Summary below is the most recent update on what UGOL has accomplished in 2004 and planned for 2005.


Dear Friend of UGOL:

2004 Accomplishments as reported to Board and benefactors in December 8, 2004 letter:

Operation CHILD CARDIO CARE UA has coordinated sponsors for over 30 childrens cardiac surgeries in 2004. Not only are organizations undertaking OpCCCare-UA fund raising projects, but individuals also are making donations or memorials of $1,000 to purchase the consumables required for a specific childs surgery that can be performed in Ukraine.

  • Operation CHILD CARDIO CARE US brought 10 children to America for surgery in 2004 as part of the ongoing alliance with Rotary and area hospitals.

  • OpCOT provided opportunities for three medical professionals to participate in observational training at NYU Medical Center in NY and Childrens Hospital in Philadelphia. We strongly believe that increased exposure to US case management approaches and surgical as well as intervention techniques will advance self-sufficiency in the area of pediatric cardiology. Their newly acquired knowledge is not only being utilized but also shared with their peers in Ukraine.

  • Through the UGOL program, OpCURES, the Pediatric Post-operative Intensive Care Unit at Lviv Surgical Center has been completely refurbished and a UGOL committee has been formed to purchase or source equipment, linens and other furnishings. In early 2005, there will be an official ribbon-cutting to open this unit. In addition, 100s of pounds of useable equipment and supplies have been shipped during the year.





  • Ukrainian Gift of Life, Inc.
    233 Rock Rd., Glen Rock, NJ 07452
    phone 201-652-4762, fax 201-584-9155
    E-mail "ugolinc@aol.com"
    www.UGOLINC.com