Our dear saviors – the volunteers and workers of the Diaconia Good Deed in Munich! Many thanks to you, from me and my son Daniel! From his birth, my child suffers a terrible misfortune: a heart disease. The disease turned every day of Daniel into a difficult test. For the whole time of treatment, I, being a single mother, has faced many difficulties. The frightening indifference of doctors, the bureaucratic obstacles of social services, the catastrophic lack of money: the injustice of this world brings me down. Glory to our Lord, we have met you, people with a capital P! You helped us to cope with all the troubles, spiritually and physically supported us during the surgical treatment in Munich. No words can describe how grateful am I for your warmth, care and unselfish responsiveness! God bless you and your noble cause, you have brought happiness back to our family!
Special thanks to the volunteers Maria and Maria for their everyday help!
Sincerely, Svetlana Zolina.
We, the Koraev family from Vladikavkaz, wish to thank from the bottom of our hearts
the volunteers of Diaconia Good Deed for continuing support and especially for
the next tranche of help with paying for our housing.
We sincerely wish to you, to your loved ones and all caring people, who takes part in a difficult task of helping sick children,
HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND ALL WORDLY GOODS in the New Year coming!
Best regards and many thanks
The Sherstoboev family thanks you thereby for your kindness and merciful charity. The help provided by you gave us the hope for a further stay and treatment in Cologne. Good deeds do not go unnoticed. They shine as beacons to those who are waiting for help. I am sure that your example is also inspiring to other philanthropists. By providing the assistance, you donate not just the material values – you give hope.
I wish to express my deepest gratitude for the help in finding money for surgery to my boys, Yaroslav and Danil. Also, many thanks to Maxim Karagodin. He has spent the whole day with us in the clinic, and accompanied us to all rooms. I can’t even imagine what we would do without him. The surgeries were successful. We are already at home. Now there will be a restoration. They will begin to study soon: at the moment, only on Skype, since they still have to lie.
We visited a wonderful place and participated in a magnificent program called “DobroMore”. The program is organized by the Russian Orthodox Diaconia “Good Deed.” They invited us to Montenegro, organized everything from arrival to departure, they thought out everything to the smallest detail. It’s hard for me to imagine how many months the team worked on preparation of our 6 days going so great. Read more