A blind Crimean woman and her family continue to help the front
Visually impaired Svetlana Donetskaya donated another batch of knitted socks and hats for the Crimean fighters on the eve of February 23. A blind pensioner decided to help the front as part of the project “People’s Front. Everything for victory!”
Svetlana Adolfovna, at the call of her soul, learned to knit socks for soldiers at the front. Today she handed over another batch of “warm help” for the children, and the Popular Front pleased her with a return surprise from the heroes. When the fighters found out that the woman had diabetes and active work with her hands helped stop the pain, they really asked us to buy her the right amount of strands. They also recorded a response message.
Svetlana Adolfovna should not cry, it is harmful and painful, but listening to the appeals, she could barely hold back her tears. Along with new sets of socks, the heroine learned to knit hats to keep the children warm in winter, and together with us she wrote down a message for those whom she already considers her children.
I knit them so that you will always be warm and feel my maternal care!,” shares Svetlana Donetskaya.
By February 23, she included a card from her granddaughter with each gift set!
source: press service of the Popular Front in Crimea