Our experience over the years teaches us that family stability, health care and education are fundamental to any prosperous society. Today our foundation is aimed at providing all-round support to children and families, including by expanding our activities throughout Russia.

Our experience over the years teaches us that family stability, health care and education are fundamental to any prosperous society. Today our foundation is aimed at providing all-round support to children and families, including by expanding our activities throughout Russia.

Projects

Display all projects on the map

- regions with one project under implementation
- regions with 2 - 4 projects under implementation
- regions with more than 5 projects under implementation
- regions with online projects
Stronger with CSS winners

Hockey unites

Requested from CSS: 2 993 000 RUB

Full project Amount: 3 825 756 RUB

The project is aimed at integrating a new type of sports game into the physical education classes of specialized boarding schools, contributing to the rehabilitation of children with damage to the musculoskeletal system. Prospective young hockey players will receive the equipment to get involved in roller sledge hockey lessons. Physical education teachers will receive introductory training to learn the rules of the game and customize the equipment for a child.

Display on the map

Sports on an equal footing with everyone!

Requested from CSS: 1 476 206 RUB

Full project Amount: 2 558 350 RUB

The project will expand the list of services for the organization's beneficiaries. The project will use methods with evidence based effectiveness in the physical rehabilitation and habilitation of children with mental disabilities, including adaptive physical education classes in a specially equipped gym, therapeutic roller sports classes, classes in a trampoline park and swimming pool.

Display on the map

Movement for Life

Requested from CSS: 2 818 340 RUB

Full project Amount: 2 970 346 RUB

The project is aimed at creating a section of adaptive Thai boxing. Trainings will take place on the territory of a medical institution. As part of the project, the gym will be equipped with special tools. During implementation there would also be trainings for professionals, coaches, medical staff, and parents.

Display on the map

Adaptive climbing project "I can!"

Requested from CSS: 1 945 603 RUB

Full project Amount: 2 853 323 RUB

The project is a set of activities planned in the Tyumen region and aimed at increasing accessibility of adaptive climbing for children and adolescents with disabilities and their parents. The project includes professional development for instructors and tutors, as well as promotion and spreading of best practices.

Display on the map

Together in Sports: Involving Children and Teenagers with Disabilities of Kaluga Oblast in Sports

Requested from CSS: 2 247 962 RUB

Full project Amount: 2 934 913 RUB

In this project, “Perspektiva” (a well-known organization dealing with children and people with disabilities) together with its regional partner in Kaluga Oblast, the sports organization Leader Center, will select 8 schools, including 3-4 specialized schools for children with some kind of disability, as well as 4-5 general education/inclusive schools and will introduce children to various types of para-sports, conduct master classes and trainings for children.

Display on the map

Volleyball for All

Requested from CSS: 1 499 999 RUB

Full project Amount: 2 079 999 RUB

An adaptive volleyball section will be expanded as part of the project. Activities has to promote physical development, socialization of children through interpersonal interaction in the group and participation of volunteers, improve emotional-will sphere of children, form personal goals of each child.

Display on the map

The Cheburiadе games Basketball 3*3

Requested from CSS: 885 878 RUB

Full project Amount: 1 476 878 RUB

The project is aimed at integrating a new type of sports game into the physical education classes of specialized boarding schools, contributing to the rehabilitation of children with damage to the musculoskeletal system. Prospective young hockey players will receive the equipment to get involved in roller sledge hockey lessons. Physical education teachers will receive introductory training to learn the rules of the game and customize the equipment for a child.

Display on the map

Football for everyone

Grant: $13 493,71

Promotion of equal access to group sports activities, active way of life for all children. The project will offer children with disabilities to fulfill themselves in inclusive football teams. There will be 4 teams (1 at each project school) consisting of players with and without disabilities.

Display on the map

A comprehensive early intervention program for children with autism under the age of 5

Grant: $45 147,53

The early intervention program will consist of several blocks. The first block is timely diagnosis. This will be done through the ADOS-2 test diagnosis, which is the global «gold standard» for diagnosing autism. The second block is individual work with the child, aimed at leveling out the deficits of autism. Lessons will teach children how to follow a schedule, maintain focus, understand instructional instructions and tasks, make choices, take turns, use functional communication, and much more. The program will be based on practices with «proven effectiveness» status. The third block of work with families is seminars for parents on the National Autistic Society (Britain) «Early Bird» program. As a result of attending this course, parents will gain an understanding of the specifics of an autism diagnosis, as well as principles for dealing with communication and unwanted child behavior.

Display on the map

Alfa-Endo program: complex help for families in difficult life situation raising children with diabetes mellitus

Grant: $44 887,96

The foundation will train peer educators in diabetes associations in 4 regions of Russia. Peer educators are experienced parents who succeeded in controlling their own child’s diabetes. The task of peer educators is to inform and assist families in difficult life situation to receive help from government social authorities, to communicate with school and pre-school teachers so that they could provide safe conditions for such children, to support parents when they need psychological assistance for proving their relations with the child and acceptance of the diagnosis, to teach parents control the disease themselves.

Display on the map

Happiness of being TOGETHER

Grant: $10 776,96

Creation of special developing space equipped with classic Montessori materials for children with disabilities aged 2-9 years and their parents. The complex of activities will include two cycles of psychological group trainings for parents with children, aimed at harmonizing family relationships and mastering the methods of psychological relief, art therapy, games, creative and developmental activities using the M. Montessori system.

Display on the map

Online Support for Foster Families in Russia's Regions

Grant: $48 536,72

The project is aimed at implementing professional, accessible assistance for regional foster families raising children with health, developmental and behavioral disorders, who are experiencing difficulties adapting and interacting with their foster child. The goal of the project is to increase the parental competence of the foster parent, create a supportive inter-regional community of foster parents, develop the family's ability to cope independently with the difficulties associated with raising a child, and prevent the child from returning to the institution.

Display on the map

«Happy at home» - adaptation and habilitation center for foster parenting online

Grant: $61 377

A project of remote information and advisory assistance and training for families who adopt orphans with developmental disabilities. This project aims to support:

  • candidates to help them evaluate their resources before making a decision on foster parenthood;
  • foster families during the adaptation period, to prevent displacement, facilitate adaptation, and help build an individual rout (medical, rehabilitation and adaptation) for the child in the first year of his or her stay with the family

Display on the map

Resource Centre «Anton’s right here»

Grant: $60 410,73

Resource Centre is the first strategic project for supporting children with ASD in Leningrad region. The aim of this project is to unite highly skilled professionals in the field of medicine, education, phycology, and social support for creating accessible, effective, and continuous help system for children with ASD aged 8 months-18 years. The project includes several key areas: medical, educational, and social.

Display on the map

Federal Remote Foster Family Support Service

Grant: $66 870,88

The federal remote foster family support service «Find a Family» is Russia's only online service for comprehensive, long-term professional foster family support. The project is aimed at solving the difficulties families face with foster children: helping foster children adapt, socialize, and learn; maintaining the psychological health and protecting the rights of foster children and parents through the implementation of proven effective distance programs of comprehensive support and, as a result, preventing secondary returns of orphans from foster families.

Display on the map

«Exit», technology of family mentoring as a form of social support for families in difficult life situations

Grant: $33 122,65

Specialists evaluate the problems most relevant to each family and develop an individual technology map: psychological support, legal assistance, material assistance, assistance with education and employment, help with babysitting, and assistance with the education of children. The technology for individual family support is based on the mentoring model.

Display on the map

More than care!

Grant: $29 828,08

The project is aimed at improving child-parent relationships in families with children with mental disabilities, genetic disorders and ASD. A complex of measures is planned for early identification and assistance to the family, development of an individual development plan, and assistance in its implementation with young children.

Display on the map

Developing a network of Foster Family Clubs in the Udmurt Republic

Grant: $65 259,42

The project is aimed at organizing comprehensive support and assistance for all forms of family placement (adoptive parents, guardians, and foster families) and foster-parent candidates, as well as creating, jointly with the Ministry of Social Development and Labor of the Udmurt Republic, a general culture of assistance to foster families. The network of Clubs is designed to prevent the emotional burnout of foster parents, the crisis of child-parent relationships, and secondary abandonment of foster children. It also aims to increase the knowledge and skills of foster families in raising foster children, the resourcefulness of foster families, and the possibility of later placement of orphans in families.

Display on the map

Family trust is the key to insight

Grant: $13 168

The aim of the project is to increase the effectiveness of social and psychological support of crisis families, prevention of teenage suicide, family violence, work with families with low parental competence, development of new methods of social and psychological work. The project includes training seminars for social workers and psychologists of state and non-profit organizations in the region. The trainings will be conducted by specialists from the Victoria Children's Charity Foundation, one of the most recognized training platforms in Russia.

Display on the map

Want to be together: Regions

Grant: $38 719

The project creates a support network on issues of inclusion with the coordination and expertise of the foundation team. The activity involves the provision of remote targeted methodological and psychological assistance for the inclusion of children with disabilities in the educational and social process.

Display on the map

Important for mom

Grant: $67 476,38

Replicating the model of comprehensive social support for young orphan mothers in a difficult life situation in Russia's regions, including new types of assistance for the development of child-parent relationships and for increasing the availability of social assistance.

Display on the map

Mom Behind Bars: Psychological and Consultative Support for Pregnant Women and Women with Children under Three Years of Age Serving Prison Sentences

Grant: $34 111

The project will conduct a series of two-day trainings by a perinatal psychotherapist and a neonatologist for key beneficiaries. Women and specialists will receive individual and group sessions. The Foundation will publish an informational booklet on pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and childcare, and will distribute it in the prisons. The project will actively work to raise public awareness of the problems of women with children in prisons. It is aimed at reducing the stigmatization of this issue, dispelling numerous myths, increasing public loyalty to these women, and thereby increasing their chance of successful resocialization in society after their imprisonment.

Display on the map

Prodljenka 57 (After-school club 57)

Grant: $13 010,93

The project involves the creation of inclusive groups for socializing and development of children of different ages: infant, pre-school, primary school, teenagers. The groups function during the working week (5 days) in seven areas: psychological and special remedial help (speech therapist, speech pathologist), play and art therapy, creative development, physical development, vocational training (for teenagers). The constant functioning of groups during the work week allows parents, during their child's stay at the after-school club, to accomplish those tasks that are difficult to accomplish in real life together with a child with special developmental needs, which has a positive effect on the psychological and emotional state of the parents and on parent-child relationships. Each group is expected to include at least 3 children with disabilities and at least 3 children with development corresponding to the age norm.

Display on the map

The ABCs of a Happy Family - Regional Clubs

Grant: $10 898

The “ABCs of the Family” parenting clubs are weekly meetings in online or offline format on the program “The ABCs of a Happy Family, 30 lessons of conscious parenting” developed by experienced psychologists and educators. Basic knowledge from the field of family and child psychology, transmitted through real stories and their analysis in terms of theory in a peer-to-peer format.

Display on the map

Support program for regional specialists in the field of family placement and creating conditions for the formation of a professional community

Grant: $29 835

The project aims to increase the professional level of support for foster families raising children with health, developmental and behavioral problems. Within the framework of the project, this will be achieved by holding events with the participation of specialists of the family organization, aimed at deepening professionalization and improving the quality of support for foster families, forming a professional community, introducing ethical norms and values ​​into the practice of specialists, creating conditions for interaction between NGOs and government agencies in the field of family organization.

Display on the map

Happy Together. Supporting Child-Parent Relationships.

Grant: $42 536,81

The project is aimed at psychological and pedagogical support and preservation of healthy child-parent relationships of families in a difficult life situation associated with the birth of a child with disabilities. As part of the project, psychological and pedagogical support groups of different orientation will be organized. In order to improve child-parent relationships with non-speaking children, systematic individual lessons for introducing alternative and additional communication will be organized, and the necessary technical means and materials for alternative and additional communication will be purchased.

Display on the map

Friendship Ball: Strengthening Families.

Grant: $39 113

As part of the project, regular soccer lessons will be used as an instrument of psychological work to strengthen the priorities and principles of a healthy family. Overall, the project will make it possible to carry out systematic work to relieve social tension and improve the living environment of orphanage children and children from low-income families.

Display on the map

Foster Family Support Centers "Find a Family": the most important.

Grant: $54 105

The project aims to develop Foster Family Support Centers in order to prevent secondary returns of orphans from foster families in the regions where the Foundation operates; to help foster children adapt, socialize, and learn during the formation and strengthening of foster families; to support the psychological health and rights of foster children and parents by implementing comprehensive support programs that have proven effective.

Display on the map

Somebody’s Children

Grant: $36 835

The project provides free psychological counseling for foster families, either individual or family, and a training program for psychologists to conduct such counseling (supervision). The training program is being developed with the direct participation and methodological guidance of Lyudmila Petranovskaya. A set of materials for a semi-automated course will later be offered in self-study mode on the educational portal (free of charge and at any time).

Display on the map

City investigation

Grant: $10 645

The PERMM Museum of Contemporary Art will hold an art residency for Polarny teens who are registered with the Juvenile Affairs Commission and attend schools and colleges in the city. In the course of their work, the kids will act as researchers, curators, contemporary artists, and tour guides and create an exhibition about the present of the city of Polarny. The preliminary stage in the implementation of the project will be a series of trainings for museum staff, who will be curators of “difficult” teenagers to acquire skills in working with this audience. Work with teenagers will be based on close interaction with social educators.

Display on the map

Family Center “Joy School”

Grant: $12 322

The project is aimed at providing timely assistance to children of early childhood and preschool age from families in a difficult life situation. A set of individual and group sessions is provided to address developmental problems, compensate for impairments in the cognitive, speech, emotional and volitional spheres, form basic knowledge and ideas in accordance with age requirements, prerequisites for learning activities, develop communication skills and social adaptation. The work involves the active and direct participation of parents in the correctional and developmental process and an increase in the level of parental competence.

Display on the map

Developing together: group activities for families with children with disabilities from 2,5 to 18 years

Grant: $24 893,48

A project that helps improve parent-child relationships and the inclusion of children with disabilities (ASD, genetic disorders, cerebral palsy, etc.) in the educational environment.

Display on the map

Hockey unites

Grant: $53 944,70

Joint sports hobbies and team sports are a driver of positive social change in the lives of families raising children with disabilities. The project involves a series of unifying events for children's adaptive hockey teams as part of regional tournaments. An educational block for children, as well as informative and educational lectures for coaches and parents, will supplement the sports program of the tournaments and allow us to focus the attention of all project participants on the social value of sports, rather than sports achievements.

Display on the map

Fitness in Silence: Teens

Grant: $9 894,79

This is an online software complex for teaching teenagers with hearing impairments to fitness in Russian sign language, which will become available for teenagers not only in large cities, but also in regional cities, small villages, villages, etc. Thanks to the classes, adolescents with hearing impairments will begin to accept their body and its changes, acquire good physical shape, maintain, or improve health, and acquire the habit of leading a healthy lifestyle.

The project also includes face-to-face activities for teenagers, including “fun starts”, introductory lectures on the benefits of physical training, excursions to a sports club.

Display on the map

Andrei Afonin's School of Parenthood

Grant: $26 445,12

The project is aimed at supporting families with children with disabilities and developmental peculiarities. Classes within the project will help parents of a special child become more aware of themselves in this capacity, better understand and interact with the child, understand what needs to be done so that the child's development is more harmonious and the quality of life of the family is higher. The project will help families with special children to combine efforts and resources to support each other.

Display on the map

Children in a Family: Preparation and Support for Foster Families in the Regions of the Russian Federation

Grant: $23 507,85

The project is aimed at deep and high-quality training of foster families in the regions, as well as support for already formed families to overcome emerging crises. Within the framework of the project, legal consultations will be carried out for potential and current substitute parents from the regions.

The Foundation has developed and implements certified copyright programs for the general course of PDS and training modules for increasing parenting competencies in Moscow. Such a two-stage preparation is the optimal approach in the issue of preventing the return of children and crisis situations in foster families, as it focuses on increasing the resource capacity of the family and its educational needs

Display on the map

Vector into the Future!

Grant: $9 089

The process of full immersion in the creative environment contributes to psychological adaptation, the development of communication skills, moral and ethical norms, and strategies of behavior of adolescents from families in difficult life situations and living foster families. Classes in pop-jazz vocals, acting and stage speech, art, choreography will be held every week. The result of training is a hundred-no New Year's concert and art exhibition.

Display on the map

Together to Help the Family

Grant: $52 244

The project will create a Crisis Assistance Service for Children and Families with Children under the Children’s Rights Ombudsman. Through social partnership between the authorities, it is planned to create and test a comprehensive model for providing systemic timely assistance to a family in crisis, early prevention of risks in families, preserving a blood family for a child, and mobilizing one's own vitality and family resources. This activity will ensure the transition from the declarative principle to the revealing approach in the provision of social services and the provision of services to families and children that help to overcome pre-crisis situations and prevent the breakdown of families and the emergence of new social orphans.

Display on the map

Invisible Families

Grant: $54 105

The Invisible Children project will improve the life situation of vulnerable parents and children. This category includes families in a difficult life situation, where children with HIV are brought up. Since 2005, the practice of social and psychological assistance has been implemented in the Moscow region and since 2020 in St. Petersburg. In 2021, specialists from the Foundation are ready to share their practice with colleagues from the regions. After the training, each of the five regions will have a team of specialists ready to provide quality social and psychological assistance to families raising children with HIV.

Display on the map

Program for premature infants in stage 2 of nursing “Toropyzhki”

Grant: $13 524

The project is aimed at improving the quality of nursing, comprehensive rehabilitation, and support for premature babies under the age of 7 years. The needlewomen will provide the departments of premature babies with unique therapeutic octopus toys with spiral tentacles and knitted products that will warm babies, stimulate nerve endings, and use reflexes. It is planned to conduct classes with a speech therapist-defectologist, a teacher-artist individually, testing 6-year-old children based on a city health facility to determine their readiness for school by a teacher-psychologist. Also, among the activities of the project - holding holidays for grown-up children, with an educational focus for parents.

Display on the map

Open Doors: Integrating Children from Families in Difficult Circumstances into Society.

Grant: $18 183

The goal of the project is to reduce the mechanisms of social isolation, creating conditions for "resource" nurturing for people who find themselves in hardship. Parents and siblings of children with disabilities will be able to undergo trainings that will increase their level of competence and psychological stability. A community of people with similar difficulties will be created, which will also contribute to solving the problem.

In the preparation of the project activities, it is planned to involve cultural workers, volunteers - teenagers and students of profile directions, who will have an opportunity to learn conflict-free interaction with families accompanying children with disabilities.

Display on the map

The Circle

Grant: $23 630

The project is aimed at solving the problem of the lack of an integrated approach to the issue of rehabilitation and education of children with disabilities. The goal of the project is to create and develop the Krug system, a system of comprehensive assistance to children with disabilities through work with a child, family and educational institution.

Display on the map

Creation of the inclusive center “Big Change” based on the settlement “Family Fairy Tale” in the Novosibirsk region

Grant: $24 880

Creating an inclusive center of social and pedagogical support “Big Change” for children and parents at the “Family Fairy Tale” settlement, Novosibirsk region, as a branch of the Foundation. The project includes seminars and consultations for foster families, as well as classes for children to help them become more successful in school.

Display on the map

Creating and Implementing a Program to Prevent Abuse in Foster Families in Sverdlovsk Region

Grant: $33 468

The Foundation's specialists will be trained to work with the authors of violence and abuse (the NOKSA method) and will develop their own program for the prevention of abuse in foster families based on the knowledge gained through their experience of working with families. Further comprehensive work will be aimed at preventing all types of abuse and violence in foster families in the region.

Display on the map

"Support Services"

Grant: $18 846

A system of comprehensive assistance to families with children at risk of abandonment. The project involves a team of specialists - a social consultant, a psychologist and a lawyer - to accompany the families. The work is conducted with the family as a multiperson client, according to the technology of work with the case. Part of the families participating in the project will be under social patronage. The project provides for open events to improve parental competence - classes with a psychologist on parenting, support groups for parents and guardians, developmental activities for children in difficult life situations.

Display on the map

Important help

Grant: $12 909

Training of specialists and volunteers to accompany people with mental disabilities. Within the framework of the project, students and specialists in the areas of psychology, social pedagogy, special education and rehabilitation will take a distance course to support adolescents and adults with mental disabilities in the process of growing up and socialization, where they will be familiarized with the development strategies of adolescents and young people with ASD and other mental disorders of interaction skills, self-regulation, independence and responsibility.

Display on the map

Inseparable

Grant: 4 850 983₽

The project aims to complex work with families in crisis, where there is a risk of taking away children. The main emphasis is on a systematic approach to accompanying families, comprehensive provision of services by an interdisciplinary team (social educator, psychologist, lawyer, assistance in finding a job). The project also plans to expand activities to new regions by hiring and training new employees, ensuring their working conditions, organizing a group of parenting clubs and a series of seminars to train guardianship specialists in the new territory.

Display on the map

Individual support of teenagers from children's boarding schools, young adults from psychoneurological boarding schools, graduates of orphanages

Grant: $9445

The project is aimed at organizing a system of individual support for several categories of beneficiaries:

  • Future graduates of orphanages and boarding schools;
  • Young adults living in the institutions for mentally disabled (IMD);
  • Alumni living on their own;
  • Alumnae of children's homes with children.

The project implies that each ward will be accompanied by a mentor, who, together with him and the necessary specialists, will develop an individual work plan aimed at successful socialization, education, profession, and gaining as much independence as possible.

Display on the map

Carpenter co-working "Young Carpenter"

Grant: $9484

Creation of a carpentry co-working room as a socio-cultural space, an environment that promotes socialization, creative expression and gender equality experience. The carpentry co-working will allow providing leisure and playing activities for a child with disabilities, to identify and develop compensatory qualities and abilities.

Display on the map

Environment of opportunities

Grant: $9487

A psychological help center for teenagers and their families in the Beskudnikovo district of Moscow. The Teenage Club will help to overcome isolation, establish and maintain communication, and create a resource space for the prevention of emotional burnout and depressive states that are increasingly occurring in the new epidemiological situation.

Display on the map

Shalash for parents: courses on working with difficult behavior for parents

Grant: $8944

The project is based on preventing family separation, the seizure of children, and the criminalization of adolescents due to abuse in families where children display behavioral difficulties. The program combines different methods. The offline intensive will allow the instructors to establish contact with program participants, while the online classes open up opportunities for expansion to different regions of Russia without losing quality.

Display on the map

Broadcasting the best practice

Grant: $63320

The goal of this project is to disseminate the model of assisted living for people with mental health problems. In the context of the project, methodological and practical guides will be prepared for specialists on how to manage assisted living, how to interact with stakeholders, for the launch of projects in regions of the Russian Federation.

Display on the map

How can I organize a vacation for children and adolescents with autism without parents?

Grant: $22928

Creating a package of methodological materials for everyone involved in leisure activities for people with autism. The methodological package includes a printed edition, an electronic version of the printed edition and videos. This information can make recreation and leisure activities accessible. This, in turn, will have a direct impact on the quality of life of people with developmental disabilities and their families.

Display on the map

Support

Grant: $63843

Preparing the parent community to the fact that their adult children can live independently with the help of specialists, through video conferences with specialists from assisted living facilities and parents from St. Petersburg whose children already lived in assisted living facilities. The peer-to-peer principle will reduce tension and anxiety, and help them receive advice and methodological recommendations for preparing their child for independent living. An important part of the project will be to increase the professional knowledge and competence of specialists in assisted living services. Online consultations and internships in St. Petersburg will provide knowledge, materials, and opportunities for further dissemination of successful practices.

Display on the map

New opportunities

Grant: $58855

The project is aimed at developing a new area of protected workshops designed for labor adaptation of adults with disabilities who have difficulties finding work in the open labor market. As part of the project, it is planned to equip a high-tech greenhouse for growing plants using the author's technology of vertical gardening.

Display on the map

More than work. Socialization and integration into society of people with Down syndrome

Grant: $51123

Project activities are focused on ensuring the social inclusion of people with different levels of capabilities in the modern social space, including through increasing their level of independence, their ability to use different ways to communicate with people and participate in work activities. The experience gained as a result of the project will be systematized in order to share with other organizations. As part of the program, webinars for specialists and the development of a methodological handbook are planned.

Display on the map

Regional development of the mentoring program

Grant: $66473

The practice is based on international experience of one of the most effective mentoring programs, has a well-established technology for implementation, methodological support, a system of monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness and level of impact and has already been implemented in several regions in Russia. As part of the regional development project, it is planned to open branches of the program in two cities: Yekaterinburg and Kaliningrad. Another 7 regions will join the project to train employees for further replication of successful practices.

Display on the map

Family in Focus

Grant: 699 089₽

The project consists of two parts: provision of free psychological help to parents/families of children and young adults with developmental disabilities and a series of events aimed at raising awareness and disseminating best practices in the field of psychological assistance to families of children with developmental disabilities. The project will also host the III Conference on Psychological Assistance to Families.

Display on the map

House for Mom

Grant: 3 635 833₽

The project will support volunteer teams in these directions: register NGOs, train specialists to work with families, share best practices and techniques in working with vulnerable families with children, and open two crisis apartments for temporary residence of pregnant women and women with children in difficult life situations.

Display on the map

The special way of special children

Grant: 4 000 000₽

Regular exercise is one of the most effective ways to rehabilitate and help children with neurological and mental disabilities. The project will provide regular training in Kazan, at the sites that are already in operation and the launch of two more new groups, training for coaches, organizing a summer sports camp and participating in All-Russian competitions.

Display on the map

The community of helping professionals

Grant: $58530

The project is dedicated to the development of a professional community for professionals from different organizations, working with young adults with disabilities (from orphanages as well). The community of helping professionals is a informational platform for exchange of experience and professional competencies, strengthening of professional motivations, decreasing the risks of professional burn out, methodological and psychological support of specialists.

Display on the map

"Trampoline" mentoring for teenagers with HIV

Grant: $71285

Project includes mentoring of teenagers with HIV infection in order to increase their commitment to therapy, this will significantly prolong their life by not allowing the virus to develop and will minimize the risk of spreading to zero. The project has been successfully implemented in several regions. Two more regions will be joining the project (Republic Bashkortostan and Ekaterinburg), courtesy of CSS Foundation.

Display on the map

Hockey Family Camp

Grant: $68940

Physical rehabilitation and social adaptation project for children and young adults with disabilities in the form of inclusive hockey intensives. The project includes regional intensives in Karelia, Khabarovsk, Perm' and one All-Russian. Creation of the methodic of such events and open classes for adaptive hockey in regions will allow spreading experience to new territories in the future.

Display on the map

Federal Remote Foster Family Support Service

Grant: $71427

The project is aimed at preventing secondary returns of orphans from foster families; helping foster children adapt, socialize, and learn; maintain the psychological health and protectе the rights of foster children and parents. Comprehensive support makes it possible to pay attention to the first signs of crisis and take preventive measures to overcome them.

Display on the map

Service of active family support in the Leningrad region

Grant: $71410

The project is aimed at introducing family support services in Leningrad region that provides targeted assistance to socially disadvantaged families/specialists and offers comprehensive psychological, legal and methodological support. The project will reduce the risk of young children unnecessarily losing parental care, test innovative approaches working with the most vulnerable families, and increase the effectiveness of child abandonment prevention in the region.

Display on the map

School of IT Design and 3D Modeling for teenagers and young people with disabilities

Grant: $13895

Adapted program of courses for teenagers and young people with disabilities in IT-design and 3D-modeling. Project participants will have opportunities to fulfill themselves in a field that is popular among young people. Project participants will get the opportunity to acquire professional skills and employment in the future.

Display on the map

Special start into a profession

Grant: 694 250₽

The project provides internships for people with mental disabilities living in psychoneurological boarding schools to obtain further employment.

Display on the map

Rare lessons

Grant: 585 090₽

«Rare Lessons» project includes preparing methodological materials, developing, and creating video lessons about growing up, the changes that occur in the body, creating boundaries and safety for children and adolescents with disabilities.

Display on the map

Green Television

Grant: 698 207₽

The project is implemented among orphans with various disabilities, including children with Down syndrome. Children are trained in raising crop at their own private farm and they participate in environmental volunteer work. Aswell, children are taught different genres of video, animation and shooting techniques, methods of constructing stories. The result of the project will be a series of 6 short, animated videos

Display on the map

Independent living

Grant: 694 756₽

The project provides a training apartment for young people from psychoneurological boarding schools, that plan on living independently in the future. With the help of specialists, they form an idea of independent living, and take classes and master classes aimed at developing self-service skills and contributing to the development of motivation for the transition to a more independent lifestyle.

Display on the map

Science of proper care

Grant: 693 370₽

An online training system for specialists and parents. The online courses focus on the psychology of orphanhood, the basic principles of helping children and families, the problems of children and adolescents, the peculiarities of interaction, child-parental relations, legal issues in the field of social orphanhood and family.

Display on the map

Social workshop «Repair Cafe»

Grant: 699 950₽

Repair cafe is a social workshop where people can for free repair items brought from home such as bicycles, computers, telephones, clothes, household appliances and so on.

Display on the map

Special Sport Online

Grant: 699 710₽

The task of the project is organizing online training for teenagers who regularly engage in sports. 3 different sports were selected to maintain fitness and interactional skills with the coach - martial arts, yoga, and gymnastics. The program involves trained and motivated young coaches, it also received the support of professional athletes.

Display on the map

Creating a system of remote support for children with autism and their families «Happy Parenting and Childhood»

Grant: 698 788₽

Creation of an information and educational Internet platform that will allow a specialist to accompany the family of a child with special needs in a remote format. Parents will be able to receive expert advice, recommendations on the implementation of the child development program, will be able to organize forums and exchange information with each other, including not only expert, but also psychological support.

Display on the map

Human Resources Training and Support Program for accompanied residence Project

Grant: 664 800₽

It is a training project for specialists on assisted living. 12 children from boarding schools in Tula region will have the opportunity to live in an apartment under observation of professionals. Before the stage of settling the children, preliminary preparation of the project is carried out with the recruitment and training of each member of the team; based on the results of the training, the employees will take an internship one by one.

Display on the map

Let's be friends!

Grant: 2 985 156₽

It is a cycle of 48 educational TV programs in sign language for deaf and hard of hearing children, which are designed to help children with disabilities adapt to modern society. The program is equipped with sound and therefore is available for any children's audience.

Display on the map

Partnership Initiatives Support

Patronus

The project focused on providing legal advice services for families with children and young adults with disabilities.

Display on the map

Project «Distance learning»

The project was created for young adults – children that lived or are still living in orphanages all around Russia, children that would like to receive or improve their education but due to different circumstances do not have that opportunity.
Teachers at learning center ”Vverh” give lessons in key school subjects distantly via skype, help children prepare for and pass school exams, help improve knowledge in different subjects in order to move on to the next step in their education process without losing motivation and interest for learning.

Display on the map

Implementation of program activities of the fund

The goal of the program is to assist foster children in the development of subject knowledge and general intellectual abilities, as well as in communication, social, self-organization and planning skills, to increase the motivation, goal-setting and self-esteem of children.

Display on the map

Community of adoptive parents interested in solving issues with children’s education

It is a pilot project created to organize communities of supportive parent united by the theme of education of children who experienced orphanhood in Novosibirsk and Moscow.

Display on the map

Clothes for life

The project focused on providing humanitarian (clothing) assistance to children living in low-income families. In 2020, 7,500 beneficiaries received humanitarian aid. A total of 11.3 tons were shipped.

Display on the map

Gift a profession

The project consists of professional workshops implemented with support from the curator of the foundation and experienced teachers to help boarding school students raise their proficiency’s and obtain modern competitive jobs.

Display on the map

Project «Supporting Talent with CSS»

The goal of the project is helping talented and diligent graduates from poorer families get into the university of their dreams, successfully study there, learning foreign languages.
Within the program “Supporting Talent with CSS”, while studying in 11th grade, winners of the contest from different regions of Russia will receive free access to the best online courses.

Display on the map

Project «Umka online»

Inclusive center of childhood and family “Umka”, located in the city of Chkalovsk (Nizegorodskaya region), with the help from CSS shifted to online practice.
Yoga, preparation for school, Lego-construction, speech and psychological therapies are all available for children without having to leave their homes.

Display on the map

Educational books for kids

With support from CSS preparations began in 2020 for a series of books for children with mental disabilities called: “I am not afraid of growing up”.
These books will inform and support children, young adults and their parent about their own boundaries, puberty, sexually maturing, sexual competence and prevention of sexual violence.

Display on the map

Child Camp

Charity program development center “Kray Miloserdiya” (”Region of Mercy”) and CSS Foundation organized a family inclusive camp for children with mental disabilities located on the Black Sea seaside.
Project activities were aimed on rehabilitation of children, raising the social interaction among children and adults by performing intensive courses using special methodic that takes into consideration the abilities and recourses of each child.

Display on the map

Project «Zaluzie»

With support from CSS Foundation in the region of Pskov houses were built for independent living of graduates of boarding school for disadvantaged children.

Display on the map

Spreading best practices on support of families with disabled children in regions of Russia

The goal of the project is to support the participation of Russian regional professionals in informational and educational events/programs dedicated to the new methods of working with families raising children with developmental disorders.

Display on the map

Integrative programs for children/young adults with disabilities

The project involves the creation of inclusive centers for children with developmental disabilities, as well as the provision of psychological and legal support to families raising children with disabilities.

Display on the map

PROFI

In the context of the project “Vverh” (“Up”), participants find out more about different professions, figure out their interests and strong suits, try using their knowledge and experience in searching for job opportunities.
This year 102 students participated in project “PROFI”. Of which:
13 students passed their interviews;
13 students did an internship;
11 students found temporary jobs;
8 students found a permanent job.

Display on the map

Project «Recourse center»

This project of Foundation “Bolshaya Peremena” (“Big Change”) is aimed at sharing long-term experiences in working with people out of orphanages and Psychoneurological Dispensaries. Along with that they prepare methodologists that use unique instruments of the Foundation in their work with children in different parts of the country.
Project “Recourse Center” is relevant for scientists, teachers, social workers, foster parents, volunteers and many others.

Display on the map