February – A Year of Resilience: Breathe Charity Fund Presents its Monthly Report

In February 2023, we commemorated a significant milestone – one year of war and one year of our invincibility in fighting for freedom and independence. Against the ongoing conflict, the Breathe Charity Fund continues to help those in greatest need.

Early in the month, the Fund and its Operations Lead, Alyona Onishchenko, were recognised by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine for their remarkable achievements in professional activities and conscientious work.

The Fund has also signed a cooperation agreement with the Ukrainian company HIDNE ZHYTLO LLC (Decent Homes) regarding a new project in Kyiv. The project aims to provide shelter and temporary accommodation to those Ukrainians who have lost their homes due to the military aggression of the russian federation. This new project highlights the Fund’s continued commitment to supporting those impacted by war in Ukraine.

The Fund remains steadfast in its support during difficult times and has recently delivered necessary medicines for a field hospital.

Additionally, the Fund has released its annual report, highlighting its activities and emphasising that the help it provides is only made possible through the support of sponsors and volunteers.

The Breathe Charity Fund extends its heartfelt gratitude to all those who contribute to its mission, making the world a better place to live. We will continue to work for the betterment of our country and hope for your continued support.

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