More than 10 years ago, the collapse of the Soviet Union plunged Russia into a social and economic crisis.
Presently, more than 60% of the population is considered low income to poor with the official poverty guidelines set at 1,575 Rubles per monthapproximately $50 in US currency.
As the Russian people struggle to embody a democratic government and free enterprise systems, many social services lag or are non-existent.
These economic factors have forced thousands of families to remain without many of life’s necessities. Malnutrition is prevalent.
Russian Missions has addressed this problem by developing neighborhood Soup Kitchens. These innovative projects have proven extremely successful, especially in Siberia and in the central part of Russia.
We are blessed with Christian volunteers who cook, clean and serve warm meals to the needy. However, your help is desperately needed. Your tax deductible contribution will help us supply these sites with fresh food and adequate basic supplies.