The programme “Nurses’ employs sisters of charity from St Dimitry’s Sisterhood, and also those from certified commercial services. Each sister who works with those under our care is interviewed in the Sisterhood, and a nurse-curator is appointed to control and improve due care.
The sisters’ wages and commercial help of caregivers’ service are provided mostly thanks to private donations. That is why your regular help is of utmost importance to us. Anyone can become our benefactor.
The aim of the programme is to help gravely ill patients who have no means to pay for nurses get professional care.
The charity programme “Nurses’ is run in order to raise funds so that nursing care could be given to the lonely elderly, helpless disabled, bedridden patients, and children with rare incurable diseases. The aim of the programme is to help gravely ill patients who have no means to pay for nurses get vital professional care. That is why it’s of utmost importance for the programme to have enough money every single day in order to provide due help for those under our care.
The charity programme “Nurses’ provides seriously ill children and adults with professional care
- At home
- In hospitals
- In our almshouse.
Only in 2015 some 2,191 people were provided with different kinds of caregivers’ service, ranging from a one-off visit and advice for relatives as to how to take good care to daily round-the-clock care.