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30.12.2016
The Kindness Returns action for Gosha
Dear friends, there are just a few days left until the New 2017 Year but each of us has got time to do something very kind and good in the outgoing year... To help you with this the Whole World fundraising project has launched the motivating “Kindness Returns!” action which is most likely to become permanent in future: Our Whole World Fund has recently started raising money for 6-year-old Georgy Shevelev – to continue his high quality treatment he urgently needs 220,000 rubles.
29.12.2016
Story of little Gosha
Gosha was born with a birth injury which resulted in brain disorder. Doctors diagnosed ICP. But Julia, Gosha’s mother, did not sink in despair. She started studying hard with the child, undergoing different examinations and rehabilitations.
29.12.2016
Ellina needs help
A special girl Ellina lives in Naro-Fominsk. She has a rare diagnosis: Rett syndrome. Ellina was born a healthy baby and developed according to the age but at some moment her organism started regressing. She lost her motor activity and speech, and epilepsy appeared. Spinal curvature, deformity and contracture of the joints started developing.
28.11.2016
The final push
In mid-autumn Semen got a small fistula in the area of the already practically healed postoperative wound. It became necessary to perform surgical revision which identified a small defect requiring repeated application of a vacuum wound healing apparatus.
22.11.2016
Help may be different.
Financial help certainly ensures the existence of the fund but your moral support is of no less importance for us. The team of the Whole World Fund felt such support when they saw the the video where Sergey Timofeev from Saint Petersburg performs a song about the good, hope and mutual help. Sergey mentions our Fund and urges the whole world to help. The awareness of the fact that our activities motivate people to do good and to create gives us an enormous surge of energy and unshakeable conviction that we do a proper thing and will keep doing it.


90% of children in the Russia are able to recover from leukemia
The executives of Dima Rogachev Federal Research and Clinical Centre of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at a meeting with the Russian president said, "In the Russian Federation, almost 90% of children suffering from acute lymphatic leukemia are able to recover, and 40% of children have the possibility to undergo the transplantation they need."
Development of Children's Palliative Care
The "Children's Palliative" charitable foundation is launching a regional program subsidized by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation in order to support development of the Russian children's palliative care system.
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