HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru) wins award in the Moscow Competition for Socially Important Projects 2006


A special ceremony entitled “Thank You” was held for leaders of the Public Relations Committee of Moscow and socially active members of the private sector on December 26th in the Moscow House of Social Organizations.

Results for the whole year, the goals and outcomes of cooperation between the Government and various Social Organizations, were distributed during the meeting. Rewards were then presented to the winners of the Competition for Socially Important Projects 2006.


206 organizations took part in the competition.139 projects were declared winners and received Grant-in-Aid from the Public Relations Committee of Moscow. Tatyana Alexeevna Vasilieva, a chairman of Public Relations Committee of Moscow presented diplomas to all winners.


HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru) received an award for the HOPE Children’s Sports Festival, which it organizes annually for over 5000 orphans living in Moscow.

Sergey Korobenko, a director of HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru), presented a special award to Tatyana Alexeevna Vasilieva in honor of many years of productive cooperation between HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru)w and the Public Relations Committee of Moscow.

HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru) recently had its 10 year anniversary and wanted to thank all the partners that have helped make such a big difference in the city of Moscow:

HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru) thanks the Public Relations Committee of Moscow and Tatyana Alexeevna Vasilieva for many years of support to various Charitable Programs.

HOPE worldwide-Russia (Nadezhda po vsemu miru) thanks all volunteers who take part in the organization and carrying out the HOPE Children’s Sports Festival.


In 2007 the HOPE Children’s Sports Festival will be devoted to the Year of Children and will take place in the Luzhniki Olympic Complex on May 15th from 11a.m. to 5 p.m.