MARCH 2020

Dear friends, I congratulate you all on coming of spring – time of growth and inspiration!

In February, we have helped to pay:
a surgery at the Berlin cardiologic center for Anna Nikolaeva, 5 years old, St. Petersburg, diagnosis: atresia of the pulmonary artery type 3-4, tetralogy of Fallot;
a spinal surgery in a German clinic for Sergey Derkach, 28 years old, Ternopil region, Ukraine, retroperitoneal hemangiopericytoma with spread to the spinal canal;
purchase of a stroller and a rehabilitation course at the German TeraReha center for Lisa Ekimova, 8 years old, Tomsk, cerebral palsy, stroller, rehabilitation;
a block of chemotherapy for Ivan Boyko, 47 years old, Moscow, diagnosis: acinar prostate adenocarcinoma;
a debt to Heidelberg University Hospital for examination of Sasha Provotorov, 6 years old, Gatchina, Leningrad Region, brain tumor;
a monthly subsistence of the family of Artyom Agarkov, 7 years old, Volgodonsk, organic damage to the central nervous system, hydrocephalus.
Thank you for being with us!

In March, the following care-receivers are waiting for our help: Read more


Dear friends, thank you for your reliability and responsiveness. Owing to your support, we are helping to an increasing number of children!

In January, we have paid for a part of the medical examination for Fr. Vyacheslav Perevezentsev, Moscow, brain tumour, the rehabilitation course for Nikita Kucherenko, Ukraine, 18 years old, cerebral palsy, a verticalizer for Dmitry Tokarev, 11 years old, Vladivostok, cerebral palsy. We have found a sponsor for the family of Artem Agarkov.

In February, our help is awaited by:
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We in media today

The information about Diakonia and DobroMore project has appeared today in English at the sites and

Yegor Yegorov

Videos from his charity concert of 13.12.2019 in Berlin.

Cologne, 9-1-2020: Christmas time at University Clinic

On January 9, Diakonia volunteers visited the University Clinics in Cologne, the hostel for families of cancer children. In addition to gifts, Santa Claus and Snow Maiden brought unexpected guests with them – the Wolf, who plays the guitar and sings, granny Solokha with an apple pie, and even a living Christmas Tree. The children and parents were not only spectators of a funny fairy tale performance, but also its participants. It was required to decorate the Christmas Tree with balls and garlands, which Snow Maiden brought on a sleigh. The Tree was so glad that she joined the common dance. Children and adults did round dances, played, sang. They forgot for a while about illness and suffering. Then there was a tea party with moths. We sang Christmas carols all together. Santa Claus and Snow Maiden also visited those who are in intensive care now and could not attend the common celebration.