Friends of FHM is a supporter group for Friends House Moscow - promoting Quaker work in Russia and countries of the former Soviet Union.
Supporters receive newsletters and other information about our work by email. Membership is free of charge, and we welcome both Quakers and non-Quakers to join.
We also provide this online site to help supporters collaborate in activities to promote FHM. To get full access to the site you will need to join the group, and you will also need an online account (either GroupSpaces or Facebook). You can also choose just to be on the email list, for which an account is not necessary. For more details see "How to join the group" below.
For more information about Friends House Moscow and what it does, please visit our website.
Posted by Mary Morris, Wednesday, 3rd December 2014 @ 4:23pm
Our winter newsletter is now available: you can view or download it here
- Alternatives to Violence in Ukraine and Russia
- Keeping families together in Dzerzhinsk
- Help for army conscripts and conscientious objectors
- Quaker outreach in the Russian-speaking world
You can join the group in two ways: to participate in this online networking site, or just to receive emails.
To access most of the content on this site, you will need to have an online account (either a GroupSpaces account, or a Facebook account). To join as an online supporter, click on the green "Join Group" button. This will allow you to create a GroupSpaces account if you are not on Facebook, or if you don't wish to share your Facebook details.
If you would just like to be on our email list, without joining the online group, please send a message to the email address shown on this home page, or click on the "Contact the manager of this GroupsSpaces group" link. When we receive your request we will add you to the supporter list and we will contact you by email.
The discussion forum and the Wiki pages are for the use of all supporters. Any opinions expressed therein are those of the authors, and are not necessarily those of Friends House Moscow. Similarly we do not guarantee the accuracy of all statements made in the forum and the Wiki pages, although we will attempt to correct errors where possible.