Charitable cultural and patriotic act “Help the wounded” under the auspices of Ministry of Cultural Affairs of Ukraine, Georgia Embassy in Ukraine and Georgia Cultural Center
Charitable cultural and patriotic act “Help the wounded” in the name of peace in the world, and those who fight for future and happiness for our country will be held 8th of November in Central Officers’ Club.
There will be an exhibition of art-works of children from large and poor families. One will be able to buy any of the works presented. All collected funds will be directed on a procurement of the medicines for ATO wounded soldiers.
Best folk groups and entertainment stars of Ukraine and Georgia have shown their willingness to help and support our wounded warriors. The list of participants includes Kyiv academic theater OF Ukrainian folk “Bereginya”, Georgia dance ensemble “Iberieli”, Ukraine people’s artist Vladimir Talawko, Ukraine people’s artistIrina Bilyk etc.
It is not the first time our Fund provides social events in the support of suffered people. We have managed to give l the medicines to the amount of 200 000 hryivnias to the wounded soldiers in Dnepopetrovsk city Mechnikov’s hospital, render assistance to the Maydan bereaved families to the amount of 10 millions hryvnias. We also helped 100 ATO children from large families go to Georgia for vacations. The fundraising for the medicines is conducted on regular basis.
The total amount of donated money is being counted online on the site of our Fund. We have already raised tens of thousands hryvnias .
The list of guests includes the following persons: Georgia Ambassador in Ukraine Mikhail Ukleba, Ukraine’s Minister of Cultural Affairs Evgeni Nischuk, and also Oleg Pinchuk, Dmitri Oskin, Vlada Litovchenko
Action is open to the public.
Join good deed – visit the concert and make some charitable contributions.
All raised funds will be transferred for purchasing of the medicines for the wounded.
We hope to see you on Saturday 8th of November in Central Officers’ Club (30/1 Grushevski street, Kyiv) at 6 p.m.