The job of any charity in this difficult period is to take care of people and give them what they need.
The Timchenko Foundation believes it of prime importance to help the most vulnerable category today – the senior citizens. Together with our partners, we are developing a system of volunteer assistance to seniors who live alone in the areas affected by the epidemic. The principle “Do No Harm” must take precedence here.⠀
Being concerned about the health of our staff and their families, we have switched to telecommuting – all business processes run smoothly. Our colleagues do their usual tasks as well as responding to urgent matters related to the current difficult situation.⠀⠀⠀⠀
And we naturally understand what challenges many of our partners and beneficiaries are facing now. You can count on understanding and support from the Timchenko Foundation.⠀⠀
Information about the key matters that may be of interest to you:
The Foundation continues to meet all of its commitments in full.
We continue accepting submissions to the announced competitions. If necessary, we can extend the deadline for them – we will notify that on the website and socials.
The Foundation is willing to accept changes to projects due to events being rescheduled or moved online.
The Foundation will review on a case-by-case basis issues such as budget reallocations and reimbursements of non-refundable tickets and hotel costs.
The Foundation’s staff will promptly discuss with you any and all issues and look for the best solutions. Your enquiries will also help us to get a better grasp of the situation and improve the Foundation’s policies.
Dear friends, you are kindly requested to follow the regulatory guidelines, act in keeping with the situation in your region, be aware of the risks and use online technologies for your events.⠀⠀
We wish you all good health, a robust immune system and genuine human solidarity! We stay in touch.
The team of the Timchenko Foundation