Helping hands, from afar
Society has forgotten them. Cast them aside. But your generosity can help improve the health and living conditions for disabled Russian orphans.GET INVOLVED
Laws prevent foreign adoption of Russian children, and disabled orphans are deemed undesirable and separated from society. Petrova’s Home is the first of its kind—a foster home and family environment for orphans with disabilities.
How You Can Help
where your money is going—and that it’s making a difference. Petrova’s Promise is seeking funding to pay for the care of the children, medical supplies and furnishings including furniture, dishes, towels, etc., for Petrova’s Home.
Valya is a happy, beautiful 12 year old girl who has been living in her orphanage for a few years now. Tragically, she was found by authorities living on the streets of her village with a pack of dogs, as her family stopped caring for her.
About Petrova’s Promise
Petrova’s Promise is dedicated to the children that society turned their back on: the Russian orphans who have physical and mental disabilities. Petrova’s Promise provides financial assistance, medical equipment, emotional support and individualized personal attention to these children.