The Foundation took part in a humanitarian action to provide school uniforms and educational supplies to an orphanage evacuated from Donbass

School uniforms, backpacks and stationery were purchased for 114 children
The Foundation took part in a humanitarian action to provide school uniforms and educational supplies to an orphanage evacuated from Donbass
School uniforms, backpacks and stationery were purchased for 114 children
This week, the foundation helped to gather children-pupils of the Uglegorsk Special Boarding School No. 6, which was evacuated to the territory of Russia due to the fighting in the Donbas. Since the end of winter, the children have been staying at the temporary accommodation point "Romashka" in the village "Zolotaya Kosa" of the Neklinovsky district of the Rostov region.

On the eve of the start of the school year, a volunteer organization from Taganrog "Who, if not us?" with the support of the foundation from Krasnodar began collecting school supplies for orphans from Donbass, housed in the PVR. Residents and public organizations of Taganrog joined the action. Representatives of the foundation, together with the director of the boarding school, compiled lists of school uniforms with specific sizes for 114 students, as well as a list of necessary stationery.
"The uniform was purchased individually for each child. Trousers, shirts and ties for boys, we bought skirts, blouses and vests for girls, as well as office books, backpacks and much more," Evgenii Palenkov commented on the preparations for the action.
In total, about 500 pens and pencils, dozens of rulers, sharpeners, erasers, sets of colored pencils and markers, drawing albums, backpacks, notebooks, pencil cases, glue pencils and compasses were purchased from stationery for the children.

Today, on August 25, representatives of the charity foundation together with volunteers "Who, if not us?" arrived at the Camomile PVR.
"We were greeted very well! We gathered the guys, they looked at the contents of the boxes with interest, were very satisfied, said thank you very much! Girls and boys tried on uniforms to see if the clothes fit. Everything turned out to fit the children. Everyone was just happy! And the children, and we, and the teachers," said Lydia, a volunteer of the foundation.
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