Helping those in need

Anyone can be in trouble. It happens so that sometimes one doesnt know where to go when disaster strikes, where to seek help and support. Our aim is to help those in a difficult life situation.
  • The service gives valid information about ecclesiastical and secular social help in Moscow, register requests from those in need and pass them on to a particular department. We get in the region of 2, 000 calls monthly.
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  • The Crisis Centre Mums Home houses those who have nowhere else to go. Among them are pregnant women about to commit an abortion, mothers who have lost their jobs and any means for survival, young orphaned mothers who have nowhere to live.
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  • The rescue shed is a low-threshold service centre for the homeless. Its a frame tent where those without homes can warm themselves. There as well, one can find a mobile shower and a social workers station. Warm temperature is maintained with the help of heat guns.
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  • The service workers restore documents for the homeless, place them into care homes, contact their relatives, and send them back home. We help over 2,000 homeless people annually.
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  • The Centre provides humanitarian aid to pregnant women and those with children in an emergency, and also those in need and multi-children families. The Centre accepts from benefactors and hands out womens and childrens clothes, bed linen, disposable diapers, baby cosmetics, creams, shampoos, toys, etc to those in need.
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  • The website functions as a means of communication between those who need help and those who can provide one. The informational portal is updated daily and gives up-to-date information about ecclesiastical and secular charity.
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  • The support group is for those in need. Depending on the kind of request, a seeker receives one-off help of medicine, diapers and the like or fundraising is announced through the website. Each and every request, before being granted, is carefully investigated.
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