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Family's Current Needs:

  • Due to Andriy's back problems he requires ongoing training with a specialized coach
  • Clothing and food
  • Andriy wishes to receive better housing and a scooter, like the one he once had in Mariupol

Andriy

Andriy was born in Mariupol, a major port city on the coast of the Sea of Azov, and among the most heavily shelled by the Russian army. Andriy and his family were among those affected by the attacks, with their house ending up completely destroyed. After losing their home, the family lived in a church in the city center with other residents and survivors. They were given food just once daily, sometimes needing to resort to melting snow in order to have drinkable water.

The war took Andriy’s father from him – Russian forces killed him while bombing the city as he searched for food to feed his starving family. He now lives in Uzhhorod, over 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) away from his hometown, with his mother.

With the assistance of the Fund, Andriy has received support for his debilitating back problems, which require ongoing treatment and sports training with a special coach. In addition, he has been provided with a laptop to attend English classes on the Preply educational platform, a backpack with school supplies, vouchers for groceries, legal help, shoes and financial assistance from the “1K for Ukraine” program, though there is an ongoing need to support him with clothes and food.

Andriy dreams of a happy, peaceful and stable homelife resembling the one he once had in his native Mariupol, and of one day owning a scooter.

The fund helped:

  • Andriy received a laptop, a backpack with stationery, a food package, legal support, shoes from Intertop and assistance from the 1K for Ukraine project
  • He is currently earning English on the Prepli educational platform

Family's Current Needs:

  • Due to Andriy's back problems he requires ongoing training with a specialized coach
  • Clothing and food
  • Andriy wishes to receive better housing and a scooter, like the one he once had in Mariupol

The fund helped:

  • Andriy received a laptop, a backpack with stationery, a food package, legal support, shoes from Intertop and assistance from the 1K for Ukraine project
  • He is currently earning English on the Prepli educational platform

Родина Найдухів

табір «Воловець» у Карпатах

З перших днів повномасштабного вторгнення Юрій пішов добровольцем на фронт. На жаль, чоловік загинув під Бахмутом. Ця трагедія стала справжнім ударом для його дружини Галини та двох донечок — 13-річної Таїсії та 11-річної Іринки. Емоційний стан донечок був вкрай нестабільним: вони закрились в собі.

Від фонду «Діти Героїв» сімʼя Найдухів отримала можливість поїхати до табору «Воловець» у Карпатах. Це табір психоемоційної стабілізації для сімей, що постраждали від війни. З перших днів у таборі розпочались позитивні зміни. Вони ходили в гори, малювали, співали, купалися в чанах. Галина каже, що вона вперше після трагедії добре спала. А дівчата, які категорично відмовлялись йти до психолога, після табору самі висловили бажання розпочати роботу з фахівцем!