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From time immemorial in Russia charitable aid was considered commonplace: wealthy people were making voluntary donations for the construction and maintenance of hospitals, schools and libraries, helped those who stayed on the street, took care of children who lost parents.

Mention of St Princess Olga, we know that she “clothe the naked and help widows, orphans, the poor and other needy”. After the baptism of Rus charity has developed rapidly, even in government offices. According to the chronicles, the Grand Duke Vladimir, "commanded every poor and needy to come to the yard reign and took all needful, drinking and food, and from (money)." And for those who could not come, supplies were transported to their homes. Nowhere in medieval Europe did not exist a well-organized system of "social assistance" as it was in Kiev Rus.

Now this tradition is being reborn again and charity become almost mandatory for self respect: to provide all possible assistance to neighbor is a task not only for very rich, but also for not so wealthy people who are not indifferent to other's grief.
Projects that are developed and implemented by our organization, focused on the moral upbringing of the younger generation, because that moral outrage, which met our society as a result of the so-called "reforms" have a negative impact especially on children and youth who do not have a particular developed cultural standards yet. As a consequence, we see the dismal numbers - rising crime, drunkenness, drug addiction, disease and mortality.
More detail the projects of our organization can be found in the relevant section of the site.
If you have the ability and desire to render all possible assistance to our activities you can provide direct financial support to our projects, contribute to the gratuitous performance of any work, familiar to you, donate equipment, library books, materials necessary for the implementation of our projects. In more detail with each of these types of support you can find the appropriate section of our site.

Our contact details:

ПАТ "АЛЬФА-БАНК" в г.Киеве

Счет № 26000011594301 ОО"Украина Православная"

МФО 300346

Код ЕДРПОУ № 37249621


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact project coordinators or other employees of our organization. We also will be glad to get acquainted with your requests, comments and suggestions on our activities. There is no one indifferent here!





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