Yalta volunteers not only regularly collect and send humanitarian aid to residents of new regions of Russia, but also help defenders.
Today we sent another batch of humanitarian aid — almost 4 tons of what is needed, especially on the eve of winter frosts , — the press service quotes Yanina Pavlenko, head of the Yalta city administration. — We provide two types of assistance — to residents of the Kherson region and other new regions of Russia and to the families of our servicemen with whom we are in touch And, believe me, they really need this support.
As usual, help is targeted. This one will be sent directly to the Genichesk district of the Kherson region. The next cargo (and they are starting to form it in Yalta tomorrow) will be transferred to the Zaporozhye region.
Humanitarian aid was collected at the volunteer center #WeTogether
, the Yalta Center of Culture, the Council of Veterans of War, Labor and Military Service, the local branch of United Russia, our territorial bodies, etc. The most active participants are labor collectives, parent committees of schools and kindergartens, entrepreneurs, deputies. After collecting and sorting, warm clothes, blankets, dishes, household appliances, baby carriages, bathtubs and everything that could be useful were packed into bags and loaded into the bus , — says Denis Davydov, deputy chairman of the Yalta City Council.
Head of the Municipal Budgetary Institution «City Adolescent and Youth Center», on the basis of which the volunteer center is located # We are together Elena Kirillova (Nadel) said that such work is carried out with them all the time. At the same time, not only adults, but also children respond.
Today, our neighbors — kids, pupils of kindergarten No. 3 «Katyusha», brought threads from which volunteers will knit sweaters and vests, socks and mittens for soldiers , — says Elena Nadel .
In addition, it has been almost a month 34 volunteer of the Yalta headquarters #WeTogether sew warm clothes for the participants of the NWO. They work both at home, using their own equipment, and at headquarters (Yalta residents donated six professional sewing machines and three overlock machines). They work for free, devoting all their free time to this.
We remind you of the addresses of humanitarian aid collection points in the city — at the link