How to help

  • PayPal
  • By sending a check to Rusfond UK:
    31 Brooksville Avenue London NW6 6TH
  • Transfer direct to the Rusfond UK bank account.
    Please indicate the name of the child for whom you are donating:
    Account: Rusfond UK
    Bank: Barclays Bank
    Address: 99 Hatton Gardens, London, EC1N 8DN Sort code : 20-82-94 Account No: 63579514

Other ways to help

We are looking for the following in-kind help:
  • Translators
  • Interpreters
  • Journalists
  • Media
  • Printing services
  • Graphic designers
  • Photographers
  • Drivers
  • English-Russian speaking doctors
  • Bloggers and others

  • If you want to help, please write to
Dear Friends,

You are facing a serious situation and you have decided to turn to Rusfond UK.
We will try to do everything we can to help you. Please send the following information to you first and last name, first and last name of the child who needs help, his or her birthdate along with an outline of the problem (i.e. diagnosis, name of the hospital and the cost of medical treatment if known). Please also include your full mailing address and zip code, your email address, if any, and your phone numbers.

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Rusfond UK volunteers help us support our patient in the UK hospitals, and we are extremely grateful to our team for this! Our volunteer roles extend from participation in the Rusfond events to translation of publications for our website and actual help to the families of the children under our care.


Анна Чернышева

Anna Chernysheva 


is a full-time mother of 2-year-old son and a happily married wife. Educated as an environmental engineer, last 10 years Anna has been working in hotel and travel industry in different countries, mostly as an interpreter for Russian tourists. Anna is Rusfond UK brand ambassador, volunteers at the events and a translator.



Мария Климова

 Maria Klimova,

aninterpreter and a translator. She was born in Estonia. She volunteered in numerous projects around the world related to children, ecology, arts, politics and journalism. Maria is a qualified English teacher and works as an interpreter at The British Red Cross Refugee Centre in London. Winner of the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London Excellence Award in Foreign Languages & Community Interpreting.



Sasha LitvintsevaСаша Литвинцева

was born in Polyarniye Zori, Russia. Lives and works in London. Graduated with first class honours from a BA Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, also attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design and Werner Herzog Rogue Film School. Recent exhibitions include “Heterotopia” in New York and previous film “New Empire” has exhibited in a number of film festivals worldwide.