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“Dobry Shkaf” project aimed at children clothes exchange planned to be started in Penza

17:36 | 14.11.2016 | Society

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Penza, 14 November 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza department of the Russian Children Fund is planning to start a new social project “Dobry Shkaf”. This Maria Gavryushina, the head of the regional department of the Russian Children Fund, wrote in her Facebook profile on Monday, November 14.

“Dobry Shkaf” project aimed at children clothes exchange planned to be started in Penza

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She explained that the idea to create such a project was inspired by the story of a family in need, in which parents constantly wait for financial aid and do not value it when receive.

In particular, Maria Gavryushina visited a family that was ready to throw away clothes which were already too small for children.

“I am going back home and crying… Because of resentment. Because of resentment that we create the army of loafers and parasites who program their lives from one fund to another, from a social protection centre to another kind of centre, they write letters of complaint to the administration, ask for help and from time to time visit a children’s rights ombudsman. […] And I dared to start another social project in support of ordinary families. […] In support of non-problematic, non-drinking ordinary families. To be more exact, in support of their budget, ” she wrote.

Maria Gavryushina explained that it is planned to arrange a room where parents would bring their children’s clothes and toys and take others instead.

The comment of the head of the regional department of the Russian Children Fund was positively accepted by social network users. Many of them expressed their support and readiness to join the initiative.

In the comment Maria Gavryushina explained that a suitable room was found.

“We were provided with a renovated room, three times larger but more expensive than we had planned. […] We were also provided with a wardrobe and shelves, were offered to make curtains and bring things. But now we need help. We will accept clothes hangers, pegs, shelf fasteners,” she wrote.

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