"Our volunteers have done a difficult job, and it is not over yet. Today we are giving certificates to the first 50 families who most urgently need our support. We will continue working in this direction within a month. But right now, the foundation is receiving new requests for help: people need medical support, families need goods for children. And our employees process applications, communicate with refugees and make individual targeted assistance plans. This work continues, and we are glad that through our foundation everyone has the opportunity to support people in need," said Evgenii Palenkov, the head of the charity organization.