We are delighted to be supporting another Serve the City project! Love Russia is partnering with Serve the City, an international movement that, through acts of kindness, reaches groups, individuals & communities marginalised by poverty.
The next Serve the City project is:
16th - 22nd June 2020
There are almost 100 cities involved with Serve the City right across the globe having a big impact through small acts of kindness.
Serve the City is inspired by Jesus and encourages volunteers to act with humility, compassion, respect, courage, love and hope.
Find out more about STC HERE >
Love Russia is getting together people like you; a group of UK volunteers to join one of our Russian mentors and members of their local community, in an act of international friendship that will allow you to bless people and groups marginalised by poverty. You will join a mix of local people from business folk to orphanage leavers giving you the opportunity to experience real life in Russia.
Projects for 2020 are still being finalised but we hope to run a variety of projects that will bless the local community including orphanage ground works, rubbish clearing in public places and feeding the homeless.
In 2019 we cleared rubbish from communal areas, planted veggies at a college that helps orphanage leavers and cleared a derelict flat for 3 orphanage leavers.
‘Many people doing small things can make a big difference.’
Don't doubt your abilities! Whether people contribute to small or larger projects, a big impact is made on local community!
If you're available in June 2020 and thinking about joining us please register your interest and we'll send you an information pack as soon as we have more information to help you decide if this project is for you.
Applications for Serve the City 2020 need to be submitted by the 29th February so please register your interest ASAP!
In 2018, this happened!...
A women's crisis centre needed extra rooms for women and their children who come here for refuge and rehabilitation. A half-finished building located in the grounds of the existing centre needed a complete interior build on the upper floor. It was mostly an open shell when we arrived but our fab team did wonders securing interior walls, flooring, insulation, ceilings, doors, lighting and decorating. They ate, slept and worked at the centre where the residents made everyone feel extremely welcome.