The International Charitable Foundation “International Charitable Foundation in honor of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos” helped the humanitarian aid center in the city of Krasnograd

17 January 2023

200 food kits for displaced persons, a stove for a lonely grandfather, two electric generators (with a capacity of 9 kW and 7 kW) were donated by the The International Charitable Foundation “International Charitable Foundation in honor of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos” to the humanitarian aid center and the heating point operating at the church in honor of St. Luke of Crimea in the city of Krasnograd (Kharkiv region) .

Due to the almost constant lack of electricity in the Krasnograd district, many people remain without water and heat. State centers are unable to warm everyone and provide the community with full-fledged, high-quality assistance.

The charitable organization "Charitable Foundation of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin", established at the church of St. Luke of Crimea, provides ongoing assistance to the local population and people who were forced to leave their homes and find shelter in Krasnograd.

In response to the appeal of the charity organization's management, the International Charitable Foundation “International Charitable Foundation in honor of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos” donated generators for the operation of heating devices, well pumps, an electric furnace and lighting. Also, 200 food kits were sent to be handed over to refugee families and a small stove to heat the home of a lonely elderly man.

The International Charitable Foundation “International Charitable Foundation in honor of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos” continues to provide necessary assistance to the citizens of Ukraine on a daily basis.

We would like to remind you that since February 24, 2022, the Fund has already sent more than 65,000 food kits to residents of Ukrainian settlements affected by hostilities and located in the front-line zone, as well as to refugees and internally displaced persons.
 

Materials

Charitable projects of the Foundation