In Dnipro, as part of the "Stockbag" charity campaign from the "Caritas Donetsk" charity fund, children of displaced persons received stationery. In total, 150 sets were collected.
In Dnipro, as part of the “Stockbag” charity campaign from the “Caritas Donetsk” charity fund, children of displaced persons received stationery. In total, 150 sets were collected, which included pencils, notebooks, paints, materials for creativity and a backpack. Before the presentation of gifts, interactive games were conducted with the students and sweets were distributed.
Kamila Bilokrynicka is 10 years old, she came to Dnipro with her family in August 2022. He says that he is waiting for training to start because he wants to use the contents of his backpack as soon as possible.
"It was really nice. It is very interesting and beautiful, the filling is also great. There are pens, pencils, and notebooks. Wow, a lot,” says Kamila.
Kamila's mother, Tetyana Bilokrynitskaya, claims that six months after the start of the full-scale invasion, the family lived in the occupied city of Dniprorudne in the Zaporizhia region. She says that after moving to the Dnipro, they encountered difficulties in preparing for school.
“The children found friends, besides, there was an amazing development, and they came here with amazing emotions. It's a huge help for us", says the student's mother.
Svitlana Shuh, a representative of the charity, says she collected 150 school supplies in three months, which included pencils, notebooks, paints, creativity supplies and a backpack. In addition to financial support, other volunteers helped to create lists and collect files, says Svitlana.
"Not all families can provide their children with office supplies and backpacks because now it's war and people don't have that option", said a representative of the charity.
The gathering of office representatives will last until the end of September, says Svitlana Shuh.