Charitable Fund Pomogaem was established in 2009 and brought together two groups of caring people: volunteers who worked in children's hospitals and departments to help seriously ill children, and adoptive parents who took orphans and children deprived of parental care into their families.
The fund implements three areas of activity: Health, Family and Accessibility.
HEALTH - the provision of targeted assistance to seriously ill children, the provision of material assistance to medical institutions, the development of laughter therapy and art therapy in medical institutions.
FAMILY - assistance to foster families and family-type orphanages, assistance in placing orphans and children deprived of parental care in a family, assistance to graduates of boarding schools, development of the creative potential of orphans.
ACCESSIBILITY - the creation of a rehabilitation center that would work with the whole family, taking into account the needs of children with disabilities and their parents, actively involving the local community in the process of socializing children with disabilities, increasing tolerance towards them.