What does it take to keep a family together? Love. A home. Food. Water. YOU. As the world reels from the physical, emotional and financial effects of Covid-19, many families find themselves without work and therefore without the necessary means to pay the bills and to care for their children. In many parts of […]
Our Christmas Cookie Fundraiser allows members of our community the opportunity to come alongside us as we raise funds for Christmas presents for orphaned, vulnerable and at-risk children in Belarus. …Who knew that freshly baked treats could do so much good? Oreshki, Biscotti, Pryaniki, Coconut Macaroons, and Chocolate Chip Cookies are all $8 per dozen. […]
Join us this Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 6pm for our annual Autumn Russian Dinner! Cost: donations Purpose: to raise funds for Christmas presents for orphans and vulnerable children Location: 211 Mosher Rd., Gorham Maine
We’ve been neglecting this space recently in favor of using other online platforms (Instagram and Facebook), but have had requests to not abandon this page completely. A few updates: -We have a date for our spring Russian Dinner! Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 4, 2019! -Our Mother’s Day foundraiser brochures are circulating now! Contact […]
This is a community coming together because they care ❤️ A great big thanks to everyone who came out tonight (and props to the people who didn’t turn right around when they came in and saw the line)! Until next time, southern Maine!
Join us for a Russian Dinner on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 6pm! Where: RBC, 211 Mosher Rd. (Rt.237), Gorham Maine. Cost: Donations! All proceeds will go towards bringing a summer camp experience to orphans in Belarus. Raffle tickets will also be on sale ($1 a ticket) for various gift cards to local businesses, as […]
If you’re checking out our site for the first time because you were a recipient of our Christmas Cookie Fundraiser: welcome (and if not, you’re still welcome 😉)! We are a Maine-based ministry that has a passion for orphan outreach. We’ve spent over ten years traveling to Belarus (and on occasion other Eastern European countries) […]
Friends, meet Anastasia, or Nastia for short. Nastia has spent her life in orphanages and despite her young age, was recently transferred to an institution for the disabled and elderly. Due to her health, Nastia has not been given many chances to flourish in a vocation of her choosing, and so her independence has been […]