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Recommended | Insight | Around Russia  | 10.12.21

Russian Charity Fund to Provide Sick Children With World’s Most Expensive Medicine

The Russian charitable foundation “Krug Dobra” (“Circle of Good”) will purchase the most expensive medicine in the world, Zolgensma. for the treatment of children with spinal muscular atrophy. The press service of the country’s Ministry of Health clarified that yesterday, on December 9, this drug was registered for official use in Russia.   Spinal muscular atrophy

Insight | Rostov  | 01.03.21

Rostov Social Movement Recognized Best Charity Project

The “Catching Emotions” Rostov social movement for people with cancer diagnosis received the ‘Media Popularity 2021’ award as the best charity project. The awarding took place at the “Top in Planet” project forum in Moscow where the best projects in the field of charity and professional achievements were presented, 1rnd reports.  It is noted that

Recommended | Moscow | Insight  | 03.02.21

Over 7,000 Payments Made Muscovites Through Charity Service

Moscow residents have made more than seven thousand payments since the start of the charity service on the official website of the city mayor. The total amount of payments was about two million rubles. All the proceeds were directed to charitable programmes of Moscow non-profit organizations (NPO).  It is specified that thanks to charitable payments,

Recommended | Insight | Novosibirsk  | 25.01.21

Special Simulator for Disabled Dogs to Appear in Novosibirsk

The presidential grant in the amount of 1,400,000 rubles was won by a team of Novosibirsk volunteers who take care of animals in trouble. With the money from the grant, they intend to purchase a special simulator for physiotherapy of injured dogs, new equipment, and consumables for operations, VN.ru reports.   A representative of the animal

Insight | Novosibirsk  | 21.01.21

Novosibirsk Residents Increased Charity Expenses

The specialists of the MTS Bank analyzed the spending of residents of the Novosibirsk region on the New Year holidays, VN.ru reports with reference to the director of the institution in Novosibirsk Alexander Solovenchuk.  According to him, in the first half of January 2021 citizens spent most of their money in alcohol stores, on food

Ufa Photographer Shot Janitor in GQ Style

Janitor Yura from Ufa got in trouble. Fraudsters took advantage of his disability and took out loans in his name for a total of about 700,000 rubles.  Ufa photographer, Roman Filippov, came to the man’s aid. He organized a photoshoot for the janitor, posted his photo on his Instagram-account and, having told this sad story,

Recommended | Economics | Business  | 10.12.20

Russian Companies Told How Much Money They Allocate for Charity

The Rabota.ru job search service conducted a study among more than 1,500 respondents from all regions of Russia and found out what charitable activities Russian companies are planning at the end of 2020.  According to the results of the study, 3% of the surveyed representatives of Russian companies are going to participate in charity events

Recommended | Fun | Movies | Videos  | 04.11.20

Omsk Director Creates Film About Doctors [Video]

The film will contain the material about cardiac surgeons and unique cases of saving patients. Doctors of different generations and former patients who were operated on in Omsk 20-30 years ago will take part in the filming.   The idea of ​​the film came to its author, Yuri Bazhenov, after he underwent an operation to

Recommended | Events | Fun | Videos  | 14.10.20

Arzamas Schoolboy Included Into Russian “Book of Heroes” [Video]

Arzamas schoolboy, Pavel Abramov, was included in the book about modern children’s exploits called “Fairy Tales About Children-Heroes”. The book collected 30 real stories of the exploits of children from Russia and instructive fairy tales based on them.   Together with his mother, the 10-year-old Pavel invented the ‘Good Brush’ charity event, in which he

Fun | Sports  | 22.09.20

Federal Sport Project Won National Award

The joint federal project of the VSK Insurance House and Russian goalkeeper, Igor Akinfeev, “Penalty” won the “Best Social Projects of Russia” award in the “Support for Gifted Children and Youth” nomination, 63.ru reports. The project’s main task is to attract the attention of the audience to young talents who have no opportunity for development. 

Economics | Business  | 08.09.20

Russians Told How Much They Spend on Charity

About 43 per cent of Russians are engaged in charity in cash or some other form, according to a study conducted by the national payment system Mir, TASS reports. The number of respondents donating different things to charity instead of money increased from 7 to 44 per cent.  It is noted that among those who