The Vadym Stolar Foundation launched the «Recover» project to heal 1,000 war-affected families
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07.08.2022

The Vadym Stolar Foundation launched the «Recover» project to heal 1,000 war-affected families

Stolar Fund The Vadym Stolar Foundation launched the "Recover" project to heal 1,000 war-affected families
Stolar Fund The Vadym Stolar Foundation launched the "Recover" project to heal 1,000 war-affected families
Stolar Fund The Vadym Stolar Foundation launched the "Recover" project to heal 1,000 war-affected families

Within the framework of the project, families affected by hostilities have the opportunity to rest in the Carpathians for free.

 

"Recover"‎ is about peace, salvation for a moment in a cozy place for children together with mom, dad or grandma, grandpa, about interesting weekdays and healing the spirit! "The goal of the project is to help restore the emotional health of 1,000 Ukrainian families. To support the families most affected by the war. The first 200 families are already recovering in the Carpathians." - stressed Foundation volunteer Nataliya Prykhodko.

 

To implement the project, a team of professionals was assembled to conduct events, including: art therapy, drawing and stucco molding lessons, sports games and sections, swimming pools and outdoor recreation among rivers and mountains.

"A program has been developed to restore the emotional health of adults and children who have faced the horrors of war. They get a full-fledged rest, excursions, soothing and informative lessons and master classes, rest on the river bank and the opportunity to forget for a while. days about all the disagreements they faced in recent months," the volunteer said.

 

Each family will receive accommodation in comfortable rooms, three meals a day and psychological support from specialists and volunteers.

 

Families of Ukrainians with children under 18 who lost their homes as a result of the war, or one of their parents, can take part in the rehabilitation program. All costs are covered by the Fund itself.

 

"From the beginning, we focused on helping defenders as well as war victims. Volunteers work with internally displaced persons and deliver a humanitarian aid. Every time we communicate with people, we feel their pain, we see how they need it. moral recovery. It was these meetings that became the impetus for the creation of the "Recover" project. We ask everyone who cares to join in helping Ukrainians affected by the war!" - urged Nataliya Prykhodko.

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