Happy smiles, good hearts, open arms and warmth, a homey atmosphere – all of this we felt in the restaurant PianoCafe, which hospitably opened its doors for us. The second meeting of the Beat Heart project (number of 42 people present) was held here on December 14, 2014. New Year’s party, called “New Year Love 2015”, left pleasant memories in the hearts of everyone present. For talented leading evenings, the Man & Woman duo not only paid the most attention to all present, but each contest, every game, every single quiz filled with joy, love and unforgettable emotions. Continue reading
The excursion to the “Experimentanium” museum of popular science and technology began with examining expositions of a table and chairs of enormous size, and we involuntarily remembered ourselves in childhood. Also impressed by the black hole, where you could put a coin, making a wish. And everyone began to make wishes: who are serious, and who are joking! And our narrator carried us to the world of everything simple, but very mysterious and interesting …
On September 19, 2014, I, like many of my friends, attended the opening of the Beat Heart project, which was held within the framework of the Unity Youth Charity Fund. The event gathered around 50 people with disabilities under their wing and many other young boys and girls. At the opening of the project, young people from all over Kyiv and the oblast were present.
The event was conducted by two sympathetic presidents – a boy and a girl who created a light, sometimes humorous, sometimes thoughtful climate. Continue reading
On October 20, 2014, participants of the Unity charity fund visited the Museum of Popular Science and Technology Experimentanium.
25 people with functional limitations, along with their attendants for several hours enjoyed the interesting stories of the guide, relating to various fields of science and technology. Unusual experiments not only could be viewed from all sides, but each of them experienced on their own.
“Hands do not touch” – this is not a rule museum “Eksperymentanium” because any of us could easily run the cloud to the ceiling, Continue reading