Campaign “Everyone can support our people!” takes place at the Livadia Palace
The Livadia Palace Museum continues to collect humanitarian aid and the charity event “Everyone can support our people!” In the House of Baron Fredericks there is a collection point for humanitarian aid for soldiers on the front line.
Concerned citizens, labor collectives, public associations and other organizations can donate new clothes for our military personnel (winter thermal underwear, cotton winter socks, rubber boots, hats, balaclavas, sleeping bags, etc.), bedding, medicines, new and used equipment (chainsaws, heat guns, gas cylinders, etc.), tools (shovels, picks, flashlights, construction bags). Also, everyone can leave letters (postcards, drawings) for the SVO soldiers, which will be transferred to the combat zone— reported the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Crimea.
Active participants in the event will be rewarded with invitation cards for the whole family to the Livadia Palace.
The collection point is open daily (except Mondays) from 10:00 to 14:00 on the first floor of the House of Baron Fredericks (Yalta, Livadia township, Baturina St., 44 A). Contact person: Head of the Event Organization Department Vladislav Vasilievich Ilyenko, +7 978 859-82-65.
It should be noted that employees of the Ministry of Culture of Crimea, together with republican cultural institutions, have been actively helping military personnel of the Russian Federation since the first day of the special military operation.
Crimean cultural workers are collecting, purchasing and assembling humanitarian aid for the needs of soldiers who are now defending the interests of the state, and transferring it to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea for further transportation to the special operation zone.
Photos and materials: press service of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Crimea.