All her financial needs for these activities are dependent on outside sources including Door of Hope. She receives no government aid and no personal salary. The Cerebral Palsy unit belongs to the government and Ludmila is given permission to use this facility at the weekends to hold her parties for these vulnerable people. They get the opportunity to make crafts, have food and enjoy karaoke. In kindness and generosity, Ludmila brings pleasing moments of release for families imprisoned within oppressive home conditions.
Many of these single parents, deserted by their husbands and pressurised by the responsibility of disabled children, lurch into alcoholism and depression.
In missions of mercy and in all kinds of weather, Ludmila tramps up and down tall tower blocks, many of them without lifts, visiting and helping these families. She has become a ray of light in dark places.