Since the beginning of the full-scale russian invasion 28 Ukrainian children were killed by russian invaders, 64 are injured.
The ninth day of the war
Russia is a terrorist country. It does not follow any humane rules of warfare. The Russian army continues to shell civilians, including children, women and the elderly.
The eighth day of the war
Russia does not give quiet days to Ukrainians and ruthlessly continues to shoot civilians. Now the whole world must condemn Russian aggression and help Ukraine fight.
Shelter for Refugees
Our children find reasons for happiness even during war. Right now there is a place where they run, play and laugh. This is one of the refugee shelters that helped organize and set up our foundation.
The seventh day of the war.
Even during the negotiations, Russia continues to fire on civilians.
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UAH 20 million in 5 days
It’s just incredible! People from all over the world donated UAH20 million to our fund in 5 days!
6th day of war…
This is not just a war, this is the murder of the Ukrainian people.
As of March 1, the Russians had killed more than 350 civilians and wounded 1,684 others.
The 5th day of the war…
Russian troops continue to cynically and ruthlessly destroy Ukrainian cities with heavy weapons. Civilians are left without schools, hospitals, kindergartens and a roof over their heads.
The fourth day of the war…
As of February 27, 210 civilians, including 6 children, had died in Ukraine as a result of the Russian invasion. The Russian military continues to destroy homes, shops, bridges and other infrastructure, trying to cause man-made disasters locally.
Ukraine Under Attack
Ukraine needs support now as never before.
The film “A House Made of Splinters” created with the participation of the foundation won an award at the festival in the United States.
The war in eastern Ukraine is doing great damage to families living near the front line. The film tells about life in the Lysychansk Center for Psycho-Social Rehabilitation, where a group of social workers is trying to create a safe environment for children to live, while government agencies and courts decide the future of the child and his family.