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They need help

The list of recipients of charitable donations is constantly being upgraded and added to. We trace all the case histories and maintain close contact with all the institutions in charge. We calculate the costs of medicines and other items proceeding from their average market price. Donations are used to buy medicines and other items, with donors being provided with a full account of the expenses.

Dobryanskiy Sergey, 28 years old

Diagnosis: Spinal cord trauma. Sergey underwent a unique operation, so now he has every chance to restore his ability to move. But this chance will be lost, unless he starts to get a special course of rehabilitative training. Sergey does not possess enough money to pay for the course at a cost of RUB 308 000. He does need your help!

Emergency aid

The project «Emergency aid» aims to deal with issues of «life and death» that can’t wait, because any delay of help can lead to the tragic results. Your support of this project can dramatically change many lives.

Kopylova Anna, 14 years old

Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy, dislocation of the hip. Today the girl’s state of health is appalling: since she was not given proper treatment, pain syndrome has developed; as a result, now Anna can only lie and at that maintains only abnormal, stiff posture. The only thing Russian doctors say they could do is to take off the leg. German doctors suggest that the leg should be saved; they promise to relieve the pain and to provide the girl with a chance of rehabilitation. We beg you to help in raising EUR 43 310, so that Anna would sit in a wheelchair one day.

Shoushpannikhov Roman, 5 years old

Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy, dislocation of the hip joints. Roma’s main disease is being treated successfully; courses of rehabilitation enable to overcome its consequences. But the dislocations prevent the boy from putting weight on his legs; consequently, he cannot learn how to walk. We beg you to assist in paying for the operation on the hip joints at a cost of RUB 2 000 000. The family will not cope with the problem unless you help them.

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