KURSK RELATIVES RELIEF (USA) FUND

Kursk Relatives Relief (USA) Fund (KRRAF), a 501(c)(3) public charity is a donor-advised fund. 
Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. 100% of funds donated will go towards 
the relief of the Children, Mothers, Daughters, and relatives of the Kursk. Staff time is being donated.
Please Contribute:
Make 501(c)(3) qualified tax deductible donations payable to
"Kursk Relatives Relief (USA) Fund- (KRRAF) for Russia"
211 Hope Street, POB 1416, Mountain View, CA. 94042-1416
For information about company stock donations, please call 650-855-8206.

  

Oscar II-class submarine Kursk.
The Kursk was once called The King of the Sea by crew members.

  • This is a 501C3 Tax donation site

  • 100% of all funds go to Relief 

  • Receive a model of the Kursk and
    a copy of the report: "Russia: Facing the Future"

"Donations do not go through a
third party charitable organization in which less than 5% actually goes to the victims. I will personally insure that all monies will go directly to the families and all accounting will be notarized and placed on this web site. Please reach out to help the children and families of the men lost in this tragedy."  Richard T. Kusiolek"

For information on payment (donation) options, please
click here.
DONATIONS ONLINE
click here
.

Relatives of a sailor who died aboard the sunken nuclear submarine Kursk cry on a ship in the Barents Sea, Thursday, Aug. 24, 2000. The Kursk was shattered by a huge explosion and sank on Aug. 12 with 118 officers and sailors aboard, and remains trapped on the sea floor. Photo by Maxim Marmur. (AP)

KURSK RELATIVES 
RELIEF (USA) FUND

All funds will be put into a trust fund at the California Bank & Trust of Mountain View, California.

Bank Hours are Monday to Friday 10AM to 5PM PST. 

"The Kursk Relatives Relief (USA) Fund is a Non-Profit Corporation chartered under the State of California. Donations are tax deductible. Call, snail mail, or e-mail us for the IRS file number."  
Professor Richard T. Kusiolek, originator of this fund, is an advisor, private business owner, visionary technologist, B2B consultant,
educator, and Silicon Valley Entreprenuer for the past 20 years. He is active in mCommerce technologies http://mcomm2.tripod.com and
http://www.transglobalnet.com 

"People give money all the time, and I commend them for it. But you have to go a long way to find a gift that made as much difference as this ..."
U.S. Ambassador Richard Holbrooke - 12/23/00



The following world class organizations and individuals have been approached for their advisory input on this humanitarian effort:


Mayor Ron Gonzales-San Jose
Senator Dianne Feinstein
Representative Anna Eshoo
Mayor Willie Brown-San Francisco
Mayor Jerry Brown-Oakland
Bill Jones-CA Secretary of State
Katherine Harris-FL Sec'y of State
Senator Barbara Boxer
Jeb Bush-Governor-Florida
Prof. Tom Campbell-Stanford Univ.
Larry Ellison-Founder Oracle
Jessica Fulmer-Founder SBI
Charles Reed-Chancellor CS Univ.
Tony Ridder
Regis McKenna
G. Duffy-Churchill Club
California Trade/Commerce Agency
Indo-American Community
3COM

AT&T
ACER
Amazon.com
Applied Materials

Arabian Oil Company
Bill and Melina Gates Foundation
British Petroleum
Carnegie Corporation of New York

C. Schwab Foundation
Chevron
Church of Latter Day Saints

Cingular
Cisco

Compaq
Computer Associates
Ernst & Young
Exxon
Halliburton
HewlettPackard
IBM
Intel
J & EFK Foundation

JAFCO
Jessie Singh
Kleiner Perkins Cauffield & Byers

Lockheed Martin
Loral
Lucent
MCI WorldCom
Microsoft Corporation
Motorola
Nortel Networks
Oracle
Owens-Corning
Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Qwest
Royal Dutch/Shell Oil
Russian-American Chamber
SBC
Shell Oil
Sprint
Sun Microsystems
Sutter Hill Ventures
Texaco
Verizon
Walden Ventures
Yahoo.com

Kamiliya, mother of Lt. Alexander Brazhkin, officer of the sunken nuclear submarine Kursk, cries during the funeral of her son in St. Petersburg, Friday, Nov. 10, 2000. Brazhkin's body was one of the bodies retrieved by divers from the submarine. (AP Photo /Dmitry Lovetsky) (AP)

 

Relatives of sailors of the nuclear submarine Kursk toss flowers from a ship in the Barents Sea on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2000, in tribute to the men killed when the Kursk crumpled in an explosion and sank to the silt below. Photo by Maxim Marmur. (AP)
 Click here for
Recent News Reports
regarding the Kursk.
Updated 7/27/01

Click Here
for a Statement on
Compassion.

 

For history and information about the town of Kursk in Russia, click on shield to visit  sergys.narod.ru.

                  

Please also click on the image below to visit another site containing information regarding the Kursk, her crew and the relief efforts on the behalf of the families left behind.

      

      


A memorial service was held on 10/29/00. 
  Click here to read account.
Click Here
For news articles about the
Kursk and Russian culture.
Above photo by Maxim Marmur. (AP)

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