How to make a holiday for children in the combat zone? Every Ukrainian can become a wizard
New Year's holidays are just around the corner. This means that the Reindeer of St. Nicholas are starting to travel again. After all, in frontline villages in the East, thousands of little Ukrainians believe in miracles and are waiting for gifts.
What is the problem?
Today, about 14,000 children live on the demarcation line. Since 2014, an entire generation of children has grown up here who've seen nothing but war. The task of Ukrainians is to support families suffering from the ongoing armed conflict, to do everything so that they don't feel cut off from Ukraine and the world, to show not in words but in deeds that many compatriots are not indifferent to their problems, to help children from frontline villages and towns feel protected and happy.