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Warmed Heart Charity was registered with the Charity Commission in March 2015 (Registration number 1160806).  It is a London based charity which purpose is to reduce sick-poor living in CIS region ( ex-USSR countries). At Warmed Heart we work closely with Blokhin Center (Moscow) - one of the biggest children cancer research and treatment centres in CIS.

We raise funds for treatment of kids from outside Russia (CIS countries) who are not subject to Russian state financing and still have to come to Russia as often level of treatment is not available in their own countries.

We also help to finance modernization of equipment and treatment methods in Blokhin Center. These initiatives are realized in cooperation with the Moscow based charity “Nastenka” www.nastenka.ru

Apart from fundraising activities for cancer diagnosed children we support other vulnerable groups such as elderly people from Russia. Together with the Moscow based charity “Starost v Radost” www.starikam.org we provide monthly financial help to elder people in need.

What makes us different from other charities?   

The charity is operated fully on voluntary basis. We keep our running costs extremely low (less than 4%). We run the Warmed Heart in parallel with our full time jobs and organise all the fundraising activities by ourselves with support of individual volunteers and private companies.

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Warmed Heart facilitated another corporate grant for Nastenka
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Palliative care program in Ukraine in cooperation with the charity fund Tabletochki
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