Three months of the war in 17 lines.
February 24, 2022
We left our strategic and creative tasks to be volunteers.
Helped everyone who needed our help. Chaotically. We helped even when we couldn’t help.
Evacuated people from Kharkiv.
Founded the charity fund Volonterska.
Grouped 60+ awesome and kind people.
Ran door-to-door delivery for city residents.
500 people per day. More than 25k overall.
Food, medications, hygiene supplies, and shelter equipment.
Helped supermen from AFU.
with infrared cameras, drones, bulletproof vests, sights, pickups, emergency cars, and tactical kits.
We left our houses every day even when we didn’t feel like it.
We fell in love with Kharkiv and its citizens every day.
Fell under fire.
Cried. Laughed. Sang. Drank. Laughed again.
We were grateful when someone helped us.
Wanted to thank everyone who became a volunteer.
This video is not about Volonterska.
And not for Volonterska
This video is for and about those who decided not to stay aside on February 24.
Those who don’t go to bed until raising enough money for AFU.
Those who remember all addresses where people need help.
Those who spend their lives on the road, bringing our soldiers everything to be unbreakable.
Those who save cats and dogs from destroyed buildings.
Those who answer calls, go where they shouldn’t go, bake bread, or cook potatoes.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
We hope you hear this and feel appreciation every day.
Don’t forget to thank the volunteers. They carry our resilience on their shoulders.