Dear friends, we go on with helping others!!
With your help, a lot has been accomplished over the past few months.
We have paid for housing and examinations for Anastasia Kirinskaya, 24 y.o., Berlin, Kearns-Sayre syndrome, have purchased and sent to Ukraine the medicines for children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, have provided initial support for refugees in Germany, have paid for a wheelchair for Tamara Khudoley, 7 y. o., Donetsk region, brain tumor.
Our local volunteers continue to work.
From the reports of the local volunteer groups:
“Over the past month we
– have visited, congratulated on their birthdays and given gifts to Radmir and Zakhar,
– regularly helped Sh.’s family with translations;
– regularly helped with translations, and tried to support Artyom’s family, who have difficulties with the visa and money due to sanctions;
– have helped the Z. family, refugees from Odessa;
– have helped the K. family with translations, and also with finding housing, paperwork and settling in their apartment;
– have helped E. to pay for orthopaedic shoes;
– have been trying to send a vital medicine for Misha P. to Moscow region, the medicine was ordered and paid for;
– stayed in touch with S.’s family, have helped Oksana with advice and links;
– met with P. and T., handed over some money for food;
– have helped Eugenia K. with three children from Odessa to find housing and settle down in Cologne;
– have helped the refugees from Kyiv Alina Sh. with her daughter Sophia, whose apartment has burned down in a missile attack, to find a host family in Cologne, have met at the station, helped with paperwork, translations, provided the initial financial assistance;
– have helped a family of refugees from Kyiv to move from a refugee camp to a temporary apartment, and with the translations;
– have helped to find urgently a wheelchair for a refugee boy from Ukraine;
– stayed in touch with the family of Anna L. (our care-receiver, neuroblastoma) while they were getting out of occupied Kherson;
– have supported the parents of our deceased care-receivers Kamila K, Cyril F, Maxim B”
“…Finally, Olga A. and her daughter Masha were able to return home to Izhevsk after paying off an exorbitant debt to the university clinic. They were helped in this by a Russian
fund and with the funds collected in German groups. We have prayed for them by the whole parish.
Now we are helping to a family from Krasnodar: their daughter Maria have been treated earlier at Asclepius clinic. There they met Artem Vandysh, a person that is already familiar to us. He offered them his services of an interpreter and a mediator, have promised to find a lawyer, have taken a decent amount of money, and disappeared. This is the second case in our practice when a family complains about him. We called Asclepius to get him on the phone using the number given in his letter – they said that he had nothing to do with them …
We have helped to find an interpreter for the paperwork to a refugee family with a sick child”
“… In recent months, there has been a lot of translation work. Anybody from other departments (maybe, fund department) who would have time, is welcome to help. In our parish, everyone who can and wants to help refugees is actually helping. We are also in touch with our care-receivers who remain in Ukraine.”
Peace and good to you all!
Our help is awaited by:
HURRY TO DO GOOD!
I wish health to you all! Take care of yourself and your loved ones!
I embrace you heartily,
Yours Alina Titova