November, 2022

  • 25 ноября 2022

Since August 2022 the Interregional Public Charitable Organization «Faith, Hope, Love» with the support of the Charitable Foundation «I’m in Help» has been providing humanitarian assistance to refugees from the LPR, DPR, Ukraine who arrived on the territory of the Stavropol Territory after February 24, 2022.

During this time, the organization purchased and donated humanitarian aid three times:

  • grocery sets (buckwheat, pasta, stew, liver pate, vegetable oil, black tea, sugar, biscuits, condensed milk), as well as sets for infants (dairy-free cereals, meat purees and with the addition of vegetables);
  • personal hygiene kits (shampoo, soap, powder, toothpaste), as well as hygiene kits for bedridden patients (diapers, sudocream, protosan, bedsore gel, bandages), kits for infants (diapers), medical oilcloths;
  • sets of school supplies (backpacks, notebooks, shoe bags, erasers, pens, rulers, pencils, albums, paints, pencil cases, etc.).
  • school uniform sets (cardigan, shirt, trousers/skirt);
  • warm and sports (school) clothes for children, teenagers, the elderly: (jackets, shoes, warm winter suits, hats);
  • household essentials (electric kettles, electric stoves, mobile phones, blood pressure monitors, warm blankets and blankets, pillows, bedding sets, towels, pans, pots, tableware and cutlery).

Humanitarian aid was distributed among 61 families (191 people), including 18 single mothers, 8 large families; 107 children, including 2 disabled children; 12 elderly, including 2 disabled; 6 single pensioners. Some of the beneficiaries live in TAPs.

Humanitarian aid was given to especially needy families who do not have a stable income and the means to independently purchase even food and basic necessities. The volume of each given set (type and number of items) was formed taking into account the needs, the situation in the family and the number of members of one family, their age, on average, assistance was purchased for one person in the amount of 2500-3000 rubles. Coverage of basic needs made it possible to provide families with food, hygiene and care products for a certain period of time. Thanks to the provision of humanitarian aid in the form of school kits and school uniforms, although it did not fully cover all needs, it allowed children with a standard set of school supplies, and some even clothes, to go to school in their new place of residence.