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Liudmyla Herasymenko 


   On one March day Liudmyla lost everything. The house which was built by her parents was destroyed to the ground by the russian occupants.    She is a woman who smiles and looks at her life optimistically despite all life circumstances and trials that befell her.   This is a short story that will move you to tears about the fact that our nation is unbreakable. 
   The goal: to sort out the rubble of the destroyed house, to reconstruct the summer kitchen and create living conditions for Liudmyla and her mother.
   UPD. Currently, the rubble has been dismantled and repair work is ongoing.

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Kopyl Liudmyla 


   Part of Liudmyla‚Äôs house was destroyed by a Russian shell. She lives here with her mother and son.   Fortunately, one part of the house survived and in the other two walls were destroyed behind which a large cozy room was hidden and now the wallpaper is torn, the door is pierced by shell fragments and the roof is half-ruined.    In the survived part of the house the heating pipes were broken, glass flew out of the windows, in places plaster fell off the walls and ceiling, exposing the wood chips.
   The goal: to purchase materials and restore the destroyed part of the house
The project is completed. 

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Zahlynskyi Anatolii


   We can't be ready for everything that life throws at us but there is always a choice: fight or put up with it.   Anatolii appealed to the Makariv settlement council for help. He is retired and disabled of the II group. The man lives in the village Zabuyania.    Caused by shelling which carried out by Russian mercenaries the roof of the man's house was completely damaged and the windows were blown out. Anatolii restored the roof with his own efforts.
   The Goal: buying 7 windows and delivering them to Zabuyania village.
  As part of the Memorandum on cooperation with the Makariv settlement council windows were purchased and given to Anatolii.
The project is completed.