ITALIAN ASSOCIATION ‘HELP US SAVE THE CHILDREN’
WHO WE ARE
Since 2001, the non-profit Italian Association ‘Help Us Save the Children’ (AASIB) has helped raising funds for extremely disadvantaged childrenin the Russian Federation and other European countries where Russian-speaking communities are present.
We believe it is important to raise public awareness of the serious, little-knownproblems many Russian children experience.
We target for support poor children affected by life-threatening diseases, those seriously injured by war or terroristic attacks, and orphans in need of even the most basic care.
HOW WE WORK
Our activity is entirely made possible by donations from private people, associations, institutions, and businesses. Logistically, we have teamed upin Moscow with a group of volunteers (The RCCH Benevolence and Charity Service). They provide active support to The Russian Children's Clinical Hospital (rdkb.ru) and help to various local institutions and associations.
Our non-profit organization is entirely run by volunteers, no overhead costs. On average, 94% of any donation goes to the children.
WHY RUSSIAN CHILDREN?
Italian Association ‘Help Us Save the Children’ has chosen to concentrate its efforts towards Russian children because, in spite of our commonly mistaken image of Russian society, a large number of people still lives under conditions of extreme need both in the Russian Federation and other European countries where Russian-speaking communities are present.
Beneath its public image of an economically booming country rich in natural resources, there hides a world of orphans, invalids, or victims of domestic violence, terrorist acts, and war.
It is the Russia which we don’t know about, never shown on TV or seldom talked about. It is the Russia still suffering which we wish to help.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Donate online https://www.aasib.org/come-donare.html
Donate by Bank money transfer https://www.aasib.org/come-donare.html#bonifico-bancario
Our Association sends receipt of donation for tax deduction.
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