Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate has awarded the head of non-profit Fund "the Fair help" Elizabeth Glinka, known as doctor Liza, the order of St. Luke the Crimean, said podobnych Glinka Natalia Avilova.
For the Dr. Lisa the award was a surprise." I award this award, I learned from email – received a letter on the first day of the week in the morning ", - has quoted words Avilov Glinka, RIA " Novosti ".
Glinka graduated from Metropolitan state medical Institute named after N. I. Pirogova specialty physician, later at Dartmouth College received a second degree " Doctor of palliative medicine ". In 1999, he founded the 1st in Kiev hospice. After returning to Russia, she established the charity organisation " the Fair help ". The Fund was established To assist homeless, hopeless, sick, lonely pensioners And disabled who lost their homes And livelihoods. Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, the head of the Fund Elizabeth Glinka many times visited the Donetsk region With humanitarian missions – For the transfer of medicines And medical equipment And food to hospitals, And For transportation to a safe place of sick children from the fighting. Many children With parents she accompanied to the Russian medical institutions. So, in July the doctor Lisa brought from the Donbass to the Russian Federation 34 child, at the beginning of winter also stated that she brought from Donetsk in the capital of Russia group of 13 children. In addition, Glinka appealed to President of Russia Vladimir Putin With a request to solve the problem of providing medical care to victims in Ukraine children. Archbishop Luka (Valentin Voino-Yasenetsky) – surgeon, scientist, Creator of works in anesthesiology, doctor of medical Sciences, as well as spiritual writer, doctor of theology. Since 1946 was the Archbishop of Simferopol And Crimea. The UOC ranked Archbishop Luka was canonized in 1995, the Orthodox Church canonized him in the year 2000.