Good Samaritan Honorary Wall Plaque

As a token of appreciation, individuals who purchase auction items worth more than $1,500 will receive a personalized Good Samaritan wall plaque, at no additional cost. The plaque features a laser-engraved stainless steel plate covered in gold foil and affixed to a high-quality wooden board. Despite the challenging times when Russian missiles still rain down on residential buildings, the skilled artisans at Alpha Laser in Kharkiv, Ukraine keep persevered to create these exquisite plaques as a testament to their unwavering spirit and commitment to beauty in the face of adversity.

Thank You to a Good Samaritan!

On the left photo, Eva Shammadova in the center of Kharkiv demonstrates a Good Samaritan No. 1 plaque with the name of Aiden Cameron.
The top photo shows a package with a plaque that was sent to Aiden. The postal box is pasted over with a large number of Ukrainian stamps “Dog Patron” and in itself is a great value for philatelists.

Aiden Cameron, a resident of Tasmania, Australia, who resides far away from Ukraine, has proudly become the owner of the honorable Good Samaritan number one plaque!

Through his heartfelt donation, Aiden exemplifies that the realm of compassionate individuals knows no bounds, reaffirming the boundless beauty of our remarkable planet.

I Want to Become a Good Samaritan

For those who wish to make a direct donation of $600.00, a Good Samaritan plaque with their name will also be awarded. The company name can be included on the plaque if the donation is made on behalf of the company.
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Wall of Fame

We shall immortalize our esteemed benefactors who have generously contributed to our Center with a personalized commemorative sign on the Wall of Fame at the International Rehabilitation Center named after Mother Teresa. This serves as a tribute to their generosity and commitment to making a positive impact on society.
If you would like to make a generous donation, please email us at: or send a fax to: +1 320.341.0275

You Don't Need A Reason To Help People

In recognition of our benefactors unwavering commitment to the betterment of our society, His Holiness Patriarch of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church FILARET has graciously offered to award the medal “For Sacrifice and Love for Ukraine” to donors who have made a significant contribution to this noble cause. We are humbled by the generous donations you are making now and will make in the future towards the Rehabilitation Home of Mother Teresa.  Furthermore, we wish to emphasize that participating in a charity auction is a meritorious act that carries the same weight as a monetary donation.

Medal “For Sacrifice and Love for Ukraine”

David Revoy — European Walt Disney

Became a Chevalier of the Ukrainian Order of the Saint Volodymyr the Great

With immense pride, we are thrilled to announce the generous contribution of the esteemed French children's illustrator, David Revoy, to our foundation. David has graciously granted us the rights to utilize his entire renowned collection of Pepper & Carrot comic characters, marking a remarkable act of generosity and dedication to the impact of art on young minds.

Expressing our gratitude with a simple "thank you" hardly suffices for such a profound gesture. On July 24, 2023, His Holiness Filaret awarded David Revoy, a citizen of the French Republic, with the Order of the Saint Equal-to-the-Apostles Prince Volodymyr the Great of the first degree, recognizing his life's work and artistic passion.

Among foreign dignitaries, Patriarch Filaret awarded the Order of St. Volodymyr the Great 1st degree to US Senator John McCain; Speaker of the Latvian Seimas Inara Murniece; and well-known American photo artist Sergey Melnikoff, a.k.a. MFF.
David Revoy is awarded the Ukrainian order of the Saint Volodymyr the Great

Leveraging Noble Donations for Global Impact

Patriarch Filaret awards US Senator John Sidney McCain III with the Order of Saint Equal-to-the-Apostles Prince Volodymyr the Great, First Class. The White House, Washington D.C., February 5, 2014

Speaker of the Seimas of the Republic of Latvia Ināra Mūrniece (left) and American photographer Sergey Melnikoff, a.k.a. MFF, at MFF’s personal exhibition “The People Of The Maidan” in Riga. October 5, 2015

Furthermore, in recognition of David's unparalleled contribution to the world of art, the Board of Trustees of the Soul of Ukraine Foundation, has decided to submit a request to President Emanuel Macron. We seek to honor David Revoy with the distinguished Order of the Legion of Honor, an acknowledgment of his remarkable talents and artistic impact.

These prestigious awards would not only reflect the deep appreciation felt by our foundation but also resonate with the countless individuals worldwide who have been touched by David's creativity and inspiring works. We are confident that his creations will continue to enchant and captivate both young and old for generations to come.

It is worth mentioning that David Revoy made this generous donation in response to a personal appeal from Sergey Melnikoff, also known as MFF, the founder of our foundation, who reached out to some of the world's most renowned artists.

Parable of the Good Samaritan

The parable of the Good Samaritan is indeed a challenging one. It challenges us to look beyond our biases and preconceptions about people and to see the humanity in everyone. The story reminds us that the people we may look down upon or dismiss may be the very people who show us kindness and compassion in our time of need.
The gift of the honorary plaque is also a challenge to the giver to live up to the example of the Good Samaritan. It encourages us to be more compassionate, caring, and empathetic towards others, regardless of our differences. It reminds us that we all have the capacity to be a source of light and hope to those around us.
In a world that often seems divided by ideology and politics, the parable of the Good Samaritan and the gift of the honorary plaque offer us a powerful message of unity and compassion. They remind us that we are all interconnected and that our actions towards others have the power to make a positive difference in the world.
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