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Orthodox Christians organise charitable action in USс

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Orthodox Christians organise charitable action in USс


pixabay.comA charitable action for helping homeless South Brooklyn inhabitants was organized by the Orthodox Christian foundation Giving the Hope, IA Interfax reports.

Volunteers plan to bring hot food, clothes and footwear to the Brighton Beach boardwalk three times a week. There are many ex-USSR compatriots living in this area.

As the foundation representative explained, the organization aims to help those in crisis and help them to find the way out of it through religion. Volunteers are ready to help with job and shelter those who are ready to move on with their lives.

The foundation is named after St. John of Kronstadt. He has done a lot to support the poor. It is planned that Archbishop Mikhail of New York and New Jersey will also participate in the volunteer work.

On Tuesdays and Thursdays Georgian Orthodox Church worshippers will be coming to South Brooklyn to help the homeless. The schedule is calculated in such a way as to address the needs of homeless every day.

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