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Request from Russia
Request from Russia
Thu, 16 Dec 2004 11:04:29 +0300
Please excuse me for any inconvience caused by this message. I sent you this
message from a library of our small city and I pray for your help.
My name is Valentin. I'm a student and I live with my mother in the city of
Kaluga, Russia, that is 200km south from Moscow. My mother is invalid. She
cannot see and she receives pension from the government very rare which is not
enough even for medications.
I work very hard to be able to buy the necessary medications for my mother, but
my salary is very small, because my studies still not finished.
Due to the crisis our authorities stoped gas in our district and now we cannot
heat our home. I don't know what to do, because the weather is very cold here
already (minus 12 degrees Celsius) and the temperature in the street can be
lower than minus 30 degrees Celsius. I'm very afraid that the temperature
inside our home can be very cold and we will not be able to survive.
Thanks to the internet access at our library I was able to find several e-mail
addresses and I decided to appeal to you with a prayer in my heart for a small
If you have any old electric heater, warm clothes, electric water-boiler,
high-calories canned food, vitamins, medicines from cold weather, any
hygiene-products, I will be very grateful to you if you could send it to our
postal address which is:
Ryleeva Ulitsa, 6-45.
If you think that it would be better or easier for you to help with some money,
please write me back and I will give you details for sending it safely if you
agree. This way to help is very good because in this case I will be able to buy
a portable stove and heat our home during the winter.
I hope to hear from you very soon and I pray that you will be able to help us
to survive this winter. I also hope very much that this hard situation will get
better very soon in our country.
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2005. I'm sending to you many
thanks in advance for your kind understanding. Please excuse me, once more, for
any inconvience I could cause you by sending this message.
God Bless You,
Valentin and my mother Elena.
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