Sue Ryder Prague
After the Second World War, Sue Ryder visited Czechoslovakia, as it was at the time, to deliver wheelchairs and medicines to individuals. Plans were drawn up with the Ministry of Health to start five Homes but these were abandoned with the Soviet occupation in 1968.
After the collapse of communism, Sue Ryder began again and was able to establish a Home in an historic building in one of the poorest districts in Prague. After extensive rebuilding and renovations the Home at Michelsky dvůr at Michle opened in 1998 to look after elderly people.
Help for Ukraine
Since the war in Ukraine began, Sue Ryder Prague have been helping volunteers in Ukraine to look after elderly people who are unable to leave their homes. The Trust has been pleased to assist with funding towards supplies needed.
For more information: https://www.sue-ryder.cz/