Children love holidays and are always waiting for holiday presents. So, in these difficult times for Ukraine, the team members of “HOPE worldwide Ukraine” and “Helping Hand for Ukraine” project, together with the volunteers from Germany, had the pleasure to support and delight children in three Ukrainian cities.

In Drohobych, Lviv region, the gifts were handed to children whose parents were killed in the war or went missing. These families were gathered at the town hall by the city administration’s department for veterans. At the meeting, Iryna Sukhova, the head and chief psychologist of the “Helping Hand for Ukraine” project, spoke with warm words of support. The children liked the gifts and the festive mood has been successfully created.

The presents were also handed to children from the “Children of War” camp in Kamianets-Podilskyi, Khmelnytskyi region. These kids came to the camp from the “hot war zones” to calm down a bit, reduce stress and anxiety, and get some medical treatment. The organizers planned a whole festive event for them with a performance, after which St. Nicholas handed over the gifts. The children were satisfied and happy.

Another city where the holiday sweets “went” to was Nikopol, Dnipropetrovsk region. This is a city that is 2 km from the front line and is bleeding. People there practically live in bomb shelters because they are undergoing daily shelling. And after the Kakhovka reservoir was blown up, they have been living without water for six months. “But despite everything, there is life there! – says Iryna Sukhova. – “And we sent sweets for the children of the city. Let their holiday be tasty and peaceful!”

We sincerely thank our sponsors from Germany! Namely, the owner of the Blue-energy company Christiane Serger, who organized the Brigitte Rusch Vernissage and raised money to help children in Ukraine. And special thanks to Marina Schutz, a person with a big heart, a Ukrainian by birth, who has been living in Germany for more than 10 years and has been actively volunteering and helping those in need in Ukraine since the first days of the war.

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