Ukrainian Children Need Help
In the first 22 days alone (as of 8:00 a.m. on March 18), 109 children were killed and more than 130 were injured, some of them permanently disabled. The civilian adult population is in the thousands. Due to the constant shelling of houses and hospitals, many children of all ages have already become orphans, including infants whose mothers died in maternity hospitals. Many people are forced to constantly hide from shelling in shelters or evacuate from their hometowns, and villages, including in the settlements of the Dnipropetrovsk region. All this, unfortunately, is not a movie, but the terrible realities of today.
The employees who work directly in the food rescue program are paid by the Program’s budget.
The additional money should enable us to send help to future disaster relief efforts.