Thoughts on the nature of charity

Well worth listening to is a recent podcast by Frederica Mathewes-Green discussing her thoughts on the nature of charity and social justice. I think another factor of our current attitudes in our culture in our generation about social justice that’s sort of troubling to me is that we see the needy as only recipients, as […]

Approaches to philanthropy

An excursus on the difference between the English and Russian approaches to philanthropy c. 1940. From Creative Suffering, by Julia de Beausobre. (SLG Press, Fairacres, Oxford, 1984, p. 15-17.) The English mind sees the world divided, as it were, horizontally. Above the division are the spacious rooms of the well-to-do, of all those who are […]

Russia’s Forgotten Children

The video: Russia’s Forgotten Children by ROOF (Russian Orphan Opportunity Fund) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. The booklet: Open publication

Interview about ROOF’s work

Georgia Williams, ROOF co-founder and chairman, was interviewed on Ancient Faith Radio about ROOF’s work. You can listen to the interview by following the link below: