20% of Georgia is occupied. The "Zone of Fear" has formed near the occupation line.
More than 10,000 people live in terrible conditions across 70 areas affected by the humanitarian crisis.
Women, children, and the elderly. They are in need of the most basic things: food, medicine, assistance with repairing crumbling housing
By uniting, we can help these people! Extend a reliable shoulder to them, provide the essentials, and ensure they have a dignified life
🤝How we help
Food, medicine, hygiene items, and products for children are delivered specifically to those who need them the most
We cover housing repairs, address legal issues, help with medical treatment, provide tablets for studying, internet access, and rare medicines
We cannot leave people alone in their misery! By uniting, we can help those who truly need it! Strength is in unity!
Antioccupation movement leader
For several years now, we have been helping them in any way we can - providing targeted financial assistance, delivering food and medicine, covering repairs and housing, purchasing tablets and paying for internet access, organizing children's camps... But it's not enough! That's why we are launching a new fund - LifeLine.GE. Our strategy is to unite and help these people!
Free Russia Foundation Director on South Caucauses