Below are a few examples of the people we would typically try
* Families without electricity in the freezing cold that need
heating, cooking, lighting etc. We help them pay their first electric
bill to get them back up and running.
* Families with many kids but not enough food to feed them because
the parents trying to find work, but there's very scarse work
* Brides who need money for wedding expenses, but the couple's
family aren't able to help.
* Older people, who live by themself, and need teeth. Their health
often deteriorates due to difficulty in eating properly without
* Families who live in overcrowded conditions and want to start
in a new place, but can't move because they don't have the money
for a removal van.
* There is also a family, whose has made it their mission to
give a home to abandoned or neglected children. Right now they
have 3 (in addition to their own 5) and we are trying to get other
families to do the same.
The social services help, but not enough. These people need physical
care as well as emotional, and are usually going hungry. There
are several times that the social services don't pay on time what
they are supposed to (to cover expenses) and so we try to find
that money in order to help those in true need. Of-course, we
would be able to do much more if we had more money.