Our team has a goal to create a full rehabilitation complex of emergency services for a better ministry to the needy children in Transnistria, Moldova.
“I was born on December 12, 1973 in Ukraine, Rovno. I was 4 when my parents moved to Moldova. At the age of 17 I finished high school and in 1996 graduated from Tiraspol State University with a degree in history. I carried on with my education in Wales, UK (Evangelical Theological college of Wales) where I received BA degree in Theology. On my return to Moldova I started to work as an interpreter for an American missionary and while doing this work learned about the need of the orphaned children. In 2002 along with a Christian lady from a local congregation in Tiraspol we started House of Hope project aimed at providing shelter for orphaned children. This eventually led me to Help the Children project which was initiated in 2006. My current role is to provide a strategic direction for the ministry and needed funding for current programs.”
“I was born on April 7, 1978 in Tiraspol, Moldova. In 1994 I finished high school and started working for a local company. At that point I got an offer to move to work for a charitable organization in Siberia, Russia. I spent four years there and then came back to Tiraspol. At the age of 25 I came to know the Lord and decided to serve the needy. In the summer 2010 I got married to a godly man. In August 2010 I started to work for Help the Children charity in the capacity of projects manager. My role today is to coordinate and promote the local work of HTC, solve organizational issues, assist the administrative side of it and raise the productivity of our services in the community.”
Director of Development
“I was born on October 17, 1986 in Slobozia, Moldova. In 2004 I finished high school and having no means to continue my education I started working as a babysitter in Chisinau, Moldova and then in Minsk, Belarus. In 2006 I came back to Moldova and was offered a place of a caregiver in a Christian orphanage “House of Hope”. In June 2007 I was invited to the position of a caseworker in a young ministry of Help the Children charity. My initial role was to visit and evaluate the conditions of the children living in foster families. Now I am responsible for the development of the projects and donor relations/communication. My role is to raise awareness of the need with potential donors, establish new partnerships, fundraise and correspond with the donors, implement new ideas and strategies into our work and develop the current projects.”
Life Skills teacher
“I was born on September 4, 1957 in Belgorod-Dnestrovsk, Ukraine. On finishing high school I went to study Agriculture and received Bachelor degree in Hydraulic Engineering. I was conscripted in 1982 to serve on the borders of the USSR in Central Asia and carried on with the military service until my retirement. In 2005 I received Bachelor degree in Theology from Kiev Theological Seminary. In 2006 I moved to Bender, Moldova to work in a local church as assistant pastor. In 2010 I was invited to join Help the Children to work with teenagers aging out of state orphanages. I currently serve as a teacher of Life skills lessons.”
“I was born on March 20, 1991 in Karagash village, Moldova. I grew up in a poor family, my mom is alcohol addicted and divorced my dad many years ago. In 2006 I finished high school and went to study to be a designer. I was a part of the Transitional Care Program, as I my parents were unable to give neither financial nor moral support to me. In 2010 I graduated from the College of Arts in Bendery city with the degree in graphic production designer and teacher of arts. In August 2010 I married a Christian man. After our marriage I started to work at a shoe factory, where I worked for six months. In May 2011 I was employed by Help the Children charity as a secretary. My job duties are record-keeping and general office work.”