The flooding that resulted from heavy downpours in the Krasnodar Territory on July 6-7, 2012 destroyed thousands of homes and resulted in the death of many people. The Crimean region suffered the most. Everyone can help the victims in Krymsk; there are several ways for this.
The easiest way to help the victims of Krymsk is to transfer money. For this, the public organization "Russian Red Cross" opened an account, here are its details: KPP 230901001, TIN 2309030678, BIK 040349602 (Krasnodar branch No. 8619 of Sberbank of Russia), correspondent / account 30101810100000000602, settlement / account 40703810330000000106. In the purpose of payment indicate: " Voluntary donation for citizens affected by floods in the Krasnodar region in 2012 ".
People who find themselves homeless and without means of subsistence need a lot: warm clothes, blankets, cheap mobile phones, bed linen, and hygiene items. You can send all this by postal parcel. Contact any post office of the "Post of Russia" and indicate on the parcel "Humanitarian aid", the departure address "Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Krasnodar Territory, Krasnodar, Post Office 350000". Such a parcel will be accepted absolutely free of charge, but there is one condition: all things must be new, it is not allowed to send used things.
There are no such restrictions when sending things and products from humanitarian aid collection points, here they will gladly accept used things, and electrical appliances, and medicines, and food, and drinking water, and baby food. Find the address of such a point in your city using ads in newspapers, television or social networks and take things to the designated place. In small towns and villages, there may not be a help point - but you can create one yourself.
If you live near the affected area, you can go to Krymsk on your own. Collect things and food in the car (you can join with other volunteers) and go to Krymsk. You can find the addresses of the most affected families on the Internet or on your own by traveling through the streets of the destroyed city.
You can also go to Krymsk as an assistant, there you need to disassemble the rubble, clean the streets of debris. You will need a tent, sturdy work clothes and gloves, food for several days, a supply of water and construction tools (axes, shovels, rakes, saws). It will be more convenient to team up with the same volunteers and go as a whole team - like-minded people can be found using ads in the media or social networks.