For the fifth year in a row, on the eve of the Easter holidays, we are trying to be close to those who are in need, close to the elderly who must not be forgotten, and close to children who are experiencing hunger and poverty. This year, they are looking forward to seeing us, because the pandemic has further affected their poverty and loneliness. Easter holidays are an opportunity to share what we can with children in need, with those who do not know what this Christian holiday means and how it should look like. Dear friends, we invite you all to become their joy and light on this holiday. By sharing what we have, we can make bring them a ray of light and happiness.