The Vector of Hope International Charitable Foundation has recently taken its first steps. It was established in February 2019 from among the active residents of Lviv, Lutsk and representatives of Poland. Yevheniya Oleksandrivna Paltseva, an active public figure, former military journalist, and mother of three, was elected director of the foundation. The first road is difficult, but in order to achieve this goal, representatives of the initiative group, together or individually, hold workshops, talks, informal communication, round tables and speeches on radio or TV, during which they talk about the purpose and idea of the foundation.
The main goal of the CF is to provide assistance to promote the legitimate interests of citizens who find themselves in difficult life circumstances as a result of hostilities in Donetsk and Luhansk regions in eastern Ukraine, IDPs from these regions and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Basically, the Foundation aims to direct its assistance to the most vulnerable groups of the population: children and the elderly.
From March 17, 2019 to March 23, 2019, the fund’s volunteers traveled to the East of Ukraine. Among the volunteers were children who expressed their desire to participate in helping children from the East, to extend a hand of friendship. In fact, the friendly relations between the children of the East and the West of Ukraine will contribute to the rapprochement of Ukrainians and the understanding that they, the children, of one country without division into parts.
A lot of work is being done, subject only to a cohesive team. Everything was based on the enthusiasm of the organizers of the Vector of Hope International Charitable Foundation.
This is a close-knit team, for the first time with children, which shares its successes with each other and is responsible for a common idea – to unite the regions of the country through the warmth of children’s hearts