The Foundation took part in the construction of a refugee camp on the border in Crimea

The charity organization also delivered 10 tons of humanitarian aid from Kuban producers to the Dzhankoy automobile checkpoint
The Foundation took part in the construction of a refugee camp on the border in Crimea
The charity organization also delivered 10 tons of humanitarian aid from Kuban producers to the Dzhankoy automobile checkpoint
The NK Foundation took part in the arrangement and construction of a volunteer camp for the reception of refugees at the Dzhankoy automobile checkpoint in the Republic of Crimea on the border with Ukraine. This is the only working checkpoint for civilians on the peninsula.
The camp on the border is open around the clock. Volunteers from Donbass, as well as from Moscow, St. Petersburg and other Russian cities work here. Volunteers, on an absolutely gratuitous basis, make every effort to create good conditions for temporary accommodation for people who have been forced to leave their homes, and also help refugees get to their destinations.

But for this, workers alone are not enough — tents, tables and chairs, generators, household appliances, dishes, and finally, food are needed. It was this assistance that the NK Foundation provided. For several weeks, the foundation's employees collected a huge order, which included about 100 different items, including army tents, tents, furniture, lighting items, generators, refrigerators, thermostats, thermos bags, food, hygiene items, etc. Loaded with everything necessary, cars left Krasnodar for Crimea on July 20.
The cars arrived at the scene late at night. For two days, employees of the NK Foundation unloaded cars and helped volunteers in the construction and arrangement of the camp.
"In addition to appliances, disposable tableware and other extremely necessary things, we brought 10 tons of food from Kuban producers to Crimea. On the territory of the tent camp, we are helping to create a headquarters, places for temporary accommodation and a canteen where both refugees and volunteers themselves will receive full meals around the clock," commented Evgenii Palenkov, director of the NK Foundation.
Natalia, a volunteer from St. Petersburg, coordinates the work on creating a camp at the Dzhankoy automobile checkpoint. She couldn't contain her emotions when she saw the loaded cars. Objects that are invisible in the everyday life of a person living in his usual conditions are regarded here as a real gift.
"When I saw all this, tears just welled up in my eyes. Today is like a birthday for me and for all of us: I wanted to collect all these gifts, boxes, eagerly open them and experience great joy, — Natalia said with a smile, — there are no words to express gratitude to the NK Foundation.
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