St Gregory's Foundation

St Gregory's Foundation works in Russia and the former Soviet Union to tackle the social problems facing children, teenagers, parents and carers. Our projects address the root causes of disadvantage by putting families before institutions, strengthening a sense of responsibility in young and old alike and providing opportunities for vulnerable people to fulfill their potential. Our work makes our beneficiaries active participants in improving their own lives and encourages a more charitable society.

Nikita when he was a member of our Club

Nikita when he was a member of our Club
Photo from Progress Report 'Club for kids with impaired hearing celebrates' (view small | med | large | orig)

Beso

Beso
Photo from Progress Report 'After years on the streets Beso needs your help' (view small | med | large | orig)

Prepare 30 Russian Orphans for Adult Life

Prepare 30 Russian Orphans for Adult Life
Photo from Progress Report 'Four-star hotel welcomes our orphanage-leavers' (view small | med | large | orig)

Summer camp for orphanage-leavers with children

Summer camp for orphanage-leavers with children
Photo from Progress Report 'First Aid for parents who grew up in orphanages and their children' (view small | med | large | orig)

Recipe for independent life

Recipe for independent life
Photo from Progress Report '9 ingredients for an independent life' (view small | med | large | orig)

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