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  • Francis Landivar
    (13.11.1957 - 08.02.2021)
    the founder and head of the Charity Partnership Ruki Pomoschi and the children's programs English Campa caring father, faithful husband, loving brother and son, a true friend

    All his life, Francis devoted to serving people and to the best of his strength changed the world with love, one heart each time, and was an example of the greatest Faith and boundless love for people.

    Francis was born on November 13, 1957 in Peru, graduated from theatrical institute in Italy and has worked as a volunteer in more than 60 countries around the world. In 1996, Francis ended up in Vladivostok, where he met his future wife and stayed in this city forever. A year later, in 1997, Francis and his friends founded the Charity Foundation Ruki Pomoschi and the English Camp, which have been changing the world for the better for over 20 years. Hundreds of people not only in the Primorsky Region, but throughout Russia and even beyond can say that Francis had a significant impact on their lives. Francis himself and his family became a reflection of his philosophy: “Always remember that there is no greater power in the world than the power of love. There are Faith, Hope and Love, but the greatest of them is Love. "

    The memory of Francis will forever remain with those for whom he became not only a true friend, but also an example and mentor in life!


    The 1-st of June - International Children's Day

    June 1 – International Children's Day - volunteers of "Ruki Pomoschi" from the SPO "S.T.E.P." met with the children in the correctional orphanage № 1. First of all, we warmed up with  the songs-repeats and had fun playing "Frost". After that there was an exciting relay race, which ended with a "mirror" dance. Also, the kids honed their skills in a round dance, but they did not just danced, but inventing their own personal movements, which were repeated by the others. All the guys were charged with positive energy and went to a picnic organized in honor of the Children's Day

    We do our best to help children find their place in this life, be loved and truly love. We would like to thank all our volunteers and sponsors for the fact that in our case the taking care of children takes place not only on holidays, but on a regular basis - all year round. After all, the mission of the Ruki Pomoschi Partnership is to help children and families of the Primorsky Territory, regardless of their status and position, to change the world with love, one heart at a time! We are very happy to become a part of the children's path and give them a little more strength so that their difficult childhood turns into a wonderful adult life.

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    Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, In all the places you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can.
    Attributed to John Wesley (1703-1791)



    Volunteers of "Ruki Pomischi" from students teams "STEP" and "Drive" opened a new season for kids in the social rehabilitation center "Parus Nadezhdy", where they all together studied the incredible world of flowers, solved riddles, played hide and seek, danced and sang, learned to count together and even went into space on a rocket, where they helped the cook make cookies. The children's faces shined with smiles and the most burning eyes. And, of course, no one was left without sweets!


    English corner
    On this day, curious guys went on a journey around the world! They learned the names of the countries and what is associated with them. And also got acquainted with Japanese culture, making origami from paper in the form of two types of transport on which you can travel: an airplane and a ship.


    Let' have fun!
    We visited the Parus Nadezhdy rehabilitation center to hold an entertaining and developing master class for Easter: together we learned how to make origami bunnies, a mask in the form of a bunny from a cardboard plate and a rabbit from straws and a plastic cup. Now every child has his own little friend, created by his own hands.


    In common language
    Our volunteers visited a correctional boarding school for hearing-impaired and deaf children. We taught children how to make Easter crafts "Rabbit", it was interesting and fun for everyone. Children glued bunnies with pleasure and decorated them with sparkles with even greater pleasure.