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Help feed Ukrainians!

September 21, 2022, 20:25 654 Author: Yana Lobanok deti.zp.ua Our goal is to purchase 1,000 kg of meat for a temporary accommodation center for IDPs.

Help feed Ukrainians!

Zaporozhye became the first relatively safe place on the way of people fleeing the war from the south of our country. Those who do not have relatives or friends in Zaporizhzhia stay in special shelters.

Since the first month of the war, we have been supporting one of these shelters, the headquarters of which was located in the school. People are accommodated in three kindergartens and a dormitory of the schools, provided with food and basic necessities. Families rest here, and then go on to safer places in Ukraine and the world. Or they stay in Zaporizhzhia and start a new life.

Since the beginning of the war, about five thousand people have found temporary shelter in this very shelter. You and I have been helping to feed people deliciously and nutritiously for six months. In addition to cereals, flour and sugar, we purchased more than 2000 kg of meat!

Help feed Ukrainians!

People continue to leave their homes in search of safety. So the shelter needs help even now. We aim to collect 1384 $ for the purchase of almost 1,000 kilograms of meat.

Help save Ukrainians in trouble! Today it is also a front. Join the army of benefactors!

On September 7, the project "Cook, little pot, cook! 2" was launched on the dobro.ua platform. Therefore, you can help on the website of our partners.

Happy Child foundation - effective help to the most needy children of the Zaporizhzhia region, Ukraine, since 2004

They need help:
Mariia Kivniuk
Mariia Kivniuk

Cerebral palsy, spastic tetraparesis

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$ 23 219

Our expenses in 2024
To 28 sick children $9 671
Medical equipment: $1 355
Humanitarian help: $12 977
To disabled children: $26 715
To children's village: $523
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"Helpus" - help to adults: $7 340
Service expenses: $4 722
Total sum of expenses: $64 178

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