Kind box

Help people in your city together with the Red Crescent of Kazakhstan

About the project

Within the project “Kind box” we pack parcels with foods and essential items for people that have got themselves into critical situations.

A Kind box is an act of charity and good will to support an unknown person or a family being in need of the vital necessity – the food. A Good parcel is sent only once in the most difficult period.

This project is implemented in the cities: Almaty, Nur-Sultan, Semey, Aktobe, Karaganda and Taraz.

Who gets the aid?

Low-income families with many children, lonely pensioners and single mothers.

How you can help

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Contents of the “Kind box”

“Small” parcel

Vegetable oil – 1 L
Sugar – 1 kg
Tea – 250 g
Rice – 1 kg
Buckwheat – 1 kg
Macaroni – 1 kg
Flour – 2 kg

“Big” parcel

Vegetable oil – 1 L
Sugar – 1 kg
Tea – 250 g
Rice – 1 kg
Buckwheat – 1 kg
Macaroni – 1 kg
Flour – 2 kg
Toothpaste – 1 pce
Toothbrush – 2 pcs
Toilet soap – 1 pce
Laundry soap – 1 pce
Shampoo – 1 pce
Washing powder – 1 package (450 g)
Toilet paper – 1 roll
Feminine hygiene products – 1 package
Baby diapers – 1 package
Adult diapers – 1 package

Send Kind box online

You are eager to help, but have no spare time? Make your donation online, and we will pack and send the parcel for you. It will save your time and reduce logistic costs. You can donate online parcels all the year around and regularly support those in need without leaving your home. The larger is the donated amount, the more parcels we will be able to pack.

Help as a volunteer

For the duration of action implementation, we need volunteers to sort the goods and to distribute parcels among those in need.

Join the community of our volunteers, become a part of a large project, and render a real help to people.


“Every year hundreds of volunteers sort and prepare for sending parcels within the frames of a similar project in Switzerland, and I am pleased that the same action takes place in our country and I can become a part thereof”.

Sana Zhumabayeva


If you have any questions, please contact:

Dana Bakieva

Director of the Social Help Department
Phone: +7 (727) 236 76 23 (ext. 721)