Let me introduce MEF-Generation Charity Fund established by PKF MEF-Audit and represented by me. Our Company has been in the market for 12 years and is known as a successful and dynamic auditing and consulting group with highly professional staff.
The main goal of our Fund is to improve health and reduce the mortality rate of children with cardiovascular diseases as well as to provide financial and other assistance to children without parental support, single mothers and low-income families.
MEF-Generation was officially registered on October 21, 2010, but its work started a lot earlier. We have already accomplished a great deal! In cooperation with Detskiye Serdtsa (Children's Hearts) Charity Fund, we have collected money for children with congenital heart and blood vessel defects, purchased medications and equipment, paid travel expenses and for treatment of children in special clinics, including the Heart and Diabetic Center of North Rhine Westphalia (Germany) and the Bakoulev Center for Cardiovascular Surgery under the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.
Assistance to orphanages is another of our priorities. Nothing can replace parents' love and care but we are capable of making the lives of orphans more comfortable. We strive to provide orphanages not only with daily necessities but also with toys, fine clothes, computers – that is, all the things that may make it possible for ophans to feel as if they were ordinary kids growing up in a loving family.
МWe believe that our mutual goal is to find more people who are not indifferent to children’s fates. You may be one of such people. Let us do good things together.
If your kid needs help we will do our best to provide it. Please send the following documents by e-mail or fax to Ms Olga Trusova, General Director of MEF-Generation Charity Fund. You may also hand them over in person, provided that you make an appointment.
In your letter please include your address and contact phone number. Be sure to include the following statement at the end of the letter: “I do not object to the use of the information about my kid in the mass media”.
If you would like to help a seriously ill child or a child without parental care, please choose one of our charity programs.
The goal of this program is to reduce the mortality rate of children with heart defects, ischemia, arrhythmia, cardiovascular diseases, and terminally impaired cardiac function. These conditions are diagnosed and treated by the Bakoulev Center for Cardiovascular Surgery under the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. The program collects funds for children in need of urgent surgery in specialized clinics.
The Charity Fund provided assistance to Yegor Kolesnikov and Vladislav Kaminsky diagnosed with congenital heart disorder. The Fund paid for Yegor's treatment at the Heart and Diabetic Center of North Rhine Westphalia (Germany) and purchased medical equipment for the operation. With the Fund's assistance, Vladislav underwent surgery in the Bakoulev Center for Cardiovascular Surgery, and dedicated medical equipment was purchased. A one-year old Dagestan girl Ayuba Murtazaliyeva with congenital heart disorder had an open heart surgery at Children's City Hospital No. 1 in Saint Petersburg.
This program provides financial and other support to children in children’s homes, permanent or temporary boarding schools, children without parental care, single mothers, low-income families and other vulnerable groups.
This charity collects funds for targeted assistance with groceries, shoes, clothing, toys, music instruments, sports equipment, office equipment, household items, medical services and medication. The Fund also provides orphans, disabled children and children from low-income families with trips to resorts and health-improvement centers.
The Home for orphaned children and children without parental care was opened in 1998. It can house up to 60 children from three to eighteen years of age. The home currently has fifty children, most of them above age 14 . Many of the children have weak health and require medical attention.
The children attend kindergartens, schools, colleges and universities. The Home offers extracurricular activities (theatre class, regional history group, art club, tourist class, etc.) and a small swimming pool. The children are divided into 8 groups, and two to three children share a room. MEF-Generation has been helping Children’s Home No. 12 for six months. The charity funding was used to purchase Christmas gifts, clothes, personal hygiene items, computer equipment and software. Three of the children were examined at the Bakoulev Center for Cardiovascular Surgery and at the Pediatrics Institute of Scientific Children’s Health Center under the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.