We welcome the new spring with our hopes for warmth and long-awaited peace in Ukraine.
We can say with confidence that Russia's plans failed again. They constantly bombed the energy infrastructure, but failed to immerse us in the time of the Stone Age. Ukrainians survived the blackouts with dignity this winter. And we helped them with this thanks to your support.
More than 300 migrants and low-income families in Odesa received rechargeable home lights, portable charging stations, warm blankets, bed linen and warm clothing. Because of this, they were able to maintain a relatively normal life in their homes.
Now, outages of electricity are less frequent. However, power stations in the Odesa region were on fire again this week due to bombing by Russian missiles. Therefore, we continue our work. The Foundation's social centers are equipped with powerful electric generators. And we provide uninterrupted services to families and children who have urgent needs due to the war.
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