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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!


    We are gradually resuming our projects that were "on hiatus" due to coronavirus restrictions. The first one is English Corner

    English Corner

    On Saturday, March 20, at the BUK library, our volunteers and three cool guys were enjoying the spring. We discussed how Spring differs from other seasons, remembered a large number of English words about nature and weather, and drew spring.
    And on March 27, our volunteers, together with the children, plunged into the atmosphere of cartoons, solved crosswords and drew funny drawings.

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    Older brother, older sister

    On March 22, volunteers from the "Ruki Pomoschi" Foundation visited the children's tuberculosis center in Sadgorod for the first time, and this meeting incredibly energized both children and volunteers!
    On March 30, our volunteers resumed their visit to the inmates of the correctional Orphanage No. 1. The children had a thematic walk "Spring Flowers", a warm-up with elements of theatrical exercises and played funny active games. Each participant received delicious treats.
    On March 31, we again went to our new friends at the Children's Tuberculosis Hospital in Sadgorod. With the younger children, volunteers learned how important it is to protect each other, learned where the dwarfs live and how kittens run after mice. And the older guys solved difficult riddles and played team building games.

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    Happy Birthday!

    One of our projects, which did not stop even during the period of quarantine restrictions (of course, with following all precautions!) is our joint with TOKYO restaurants program "Happy Birthday!", thanks to which children with disabilities in Vladivostok, Artem, Nakhodka and Ussuriysk receive their congratulations and gifts on their birthdays! Thanks to the wonderful TOKYO for their many years of help, support and friendship!

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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)