Greetings from Ukraine. I and most of my DHT team are staying here to do as much as we can. We are doing our best to cover the most urgent needs: support the refugees, provide food to the towns in central and eastern areas of the country, support the military.
Our initial desperate attempts to do at least something to help Ukraine have already got good structure and logistics.
My Canadian friends and I have created The Canadian Support Ukraine Foundation, a Canadian-registered non-profit organization. Feel free to contact CSUF or contact me directly if you want to find out how you can help people in Ukraine. We are here and we know the most urgent local needs.
I would like to introduce you to Halyna. Her family was the 2nd family of the refugees that stayed in our home after they had escaped from their village located in the hot war zone. It is awful to watch how the fates and lives of the people we meet are getting broken.
Today, Halyna, her daughter and son-in-law, and her grandchildren are living in the care center that supports the refugees in Novovolynsk town, Volyn. We have been to visit them recently and we had a chance to record this video, with the help of Roma Hrechanyk and Andriy Nechyporuk, the Ukrainian volunteers from my home town Volodymyr.
I talked to Halyna’s daughter Tania yesterday. Their house in the village of Andriivka was destroyed a few days ago! It hurts a lot.
The destruction is bad. In this picture, you can see the building of the school that 9-years-old Katia who you’ve met in the video attended:
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