Irpin city. Today – these are destroyed buildings, crippled lives. This is the memory of innocently killed civilians and the terrible stories of eyewitnesses. These are more than 50,000 Ukrainians who were forced to leave their homes to save themselves and their relatives. These are 115 completely destroyed, 698 severely damaged, 187 partially damaged buildings.
That is why we are launching a project to help the residents of Irpin, whose houses were destroyed during the hostilities, for which we are opening a fundraiser.Readmore
A large number of Ukrainians were forced to leave their homes due to threats to their lives. Currently, most of them live in cities of temporary residence – in school gymnasiums, university auditoriums, kindergartens, cultural centers, hospitals and warehouses. But with a decrease in air temperature, many of these premises will become less suitable for living.
That is why we are launching an initiative to pay housing rent for ukrainians suffered in hostilities — a project that will save human lives and help hundreds of families survive this winter in warmth, safety and comfort, for which we are opening a fundraiser.Readmore
On February 24, 2022, the life of every Ukrainian changed forever. So did life of Lyubov Sadovska, she is an elderly woman from the small village of Popilnya in Zhytomyr Oblast, who came to work on that day and was able to return home only after two months.
The trouble happened on March 15, when Lyubov Ivanivna received a phone call from neighbors and learned that there was no home. In 30 minutes, all property was completely burned. In an instant, the woman was left without a home, but she was not left alone with her problem.
That is why we are launching a fundraiser to restore housing for an elderly woman.Readmore
Currently, the humanitarian situation is worse than it was 2-3 months ago. Every day, volunteers of our foundation look into the eyes of people in need of help. Pain. Fear. Helplessness.
That is why we are launching the “HAND IN HAND” initiative – a support project internally displaced persons who suffered as a result of hostilities, for which we are opening a fundraiser.Readmore