As heavy snow covered the streets of Kyiv, the minivan was delivered to the capital and parked right in front of St. Sophia Orthodox Cathedral – the most profound spiritual center and cradle of Ukrainian Orthodoxy. His Grace Bishop Daniel, who at the time was visiting Ukraine for a number of meetings, met with the administration of the orphanage and formally signed the papers of ownership over to the orphanage. Passing the keys to the vehicle, His Grace reiterated to the representatives of the orphanage, especially to the director of Znamianka orphanage the mission of the Consistory’s Office of Christian charity, stating that it has been a prayerful ministry of the Church to promote the charitable outreach ministry to the elderly, sick, dying, lonely, shut-ins, unwed mothers, teens in need, disenfranchised within the parish communities of the Church and throughout the world… We prayerfully teach our youth today as in the past, that the Church as God's family must be a place where help is given and received, and at the same time, a place where people are also prepared to serve those who are in need of help. By presenting this humble gift, we also pledge our prayers and love to the children and workers of the orphanage. May this vehicle be a source of joy and enable the administration to provide yet better care for the children and those in need.