Serbia is still another interesting country. When the ministry first started there, Serbia was a part of Yugoslavia. Now it is nation in and of itself. In Belgrade the greatest contact for heart patients is realized wherein over 60 hear patients have undergone surgery and/or care through leads from the personnel in that hospital.
Leaders Harry & Joan Anastasiou with Serbian orphans
is a non-profit philanthropic organization founded, managed and supervised by men and women who grew up in an Evangelical orphanage in Katerini Greece, during the 1950s. In 1994, grateful for the love and support they received during those difficult years, from people who did not know them but who knew the love of God, they established BENJAMIN
to help other orphan and abandoned children.
College Education for Nurses
- Since September 2002, The Macedonian Outreach has sponsored and paid for the education of nurses through the University Children's Hospital, Belgrade, Serbia. Nursing education is a two-year program.
Financial Support for Orphans Throughout Greece and Serbia, Varying in Cost from $50 to $60 per Month
Scholarships and/or Financial Assistance for Children and Young People Enrolled in Pre-School Through Higher Education
Aid is given to pre-school children in Bulgaria and The Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), primary education through adult and higher education students in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, The Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Serbia.
Preschool children during creative arts time
- Funds are provided for school supplies, transportation, lunch and, in some cases, breakfast as well, in the poorer areas.
- School facility rental and repair and teacher salaries are provided, in some cases.
- It takes $30 per month or $360 a year for every pre-collegiate learner.