In this difficult time, CF “House of Bread” provided another charitable assistance to the children of soldiers who are currently serving and who died heroically defending our country. Children received new sports shoes.
Refugees from the war zone turn to us for help every day. They are forced to flee, leaving behind all their belongings. Many of them even lost their properties due to rocket fire, so they need literally everything. We help them with food packages and detergents.
Mother and daughter from Bakhmut receive food packages and detergents
The largest refugee crisis in the world in the 21st century was caused by the invasion of Russian troops into Ukraine on February 24, 2022. More than 13.1 million people were forced to flee Ukraine to other countries. Another 8 million people became internally displaced persons. Millions of people were left without a roof over their heads, jobs, and means of living. Therefore, the number of those in need has increased significantly. According to the press service of the regional military administration, there are 73,800 internally displacedpeople in the Zhytomyr region. Our city also actively accepts refugees from the east of Ukraine and does everything possible to help them. As of today, 120 refugeesreceive free lunches at our soupkitchens. Some people come for lunches themselves, and for those who do not have such an opportunity, our volunteers deliver lunches to their place of residence.
Zhytomyr Lyceum № 25 was severely damaged as a result of the aerial bombardment that took place in Zhytomyr on the 4th of March. We are very grateful to our friends from Holland, who donated school furniture for it: desks, chairs, cabinets, digital boards, etc. Now students of the 25th Lyceum will be able to continue their studies in well-equipped classrooms that will be prepared for them in various institutions.
This is a short photo report about a trip to the villages of the Kyiv region liberated from the Russian occupiers. We collected food, medicine, clothes, bedding, bread, and other essentials for people there.
There are no shops, hospitals, or pharmacies in these villages because everything was destroyed. So people are able to survive only thanks to volunteer help.
In the last photos, you can see what the Russians brought to the land of Ukraine.
“House of bread” received another humanitarian cargo from the Netherlands.
One part of this cargo is modern medical equipment, such as an ultrasound machine, a modern mobile X-ray machine, a blood pressure monitor, detergents, hospital beds, and many more. The ultrasound machine was transferred to 2 hospitals in Zhytomyr, and other medical equipment was transferred to hospitals in Baranivka and Pulyna in the Zhytomyr Region.
The second part of the humanitarian cargo is 5.6 tons of bread. Some bread was delivered to the territory that was in the war zone and under Russian occupation. And some was transferred to Teteriv united territorial community, a boarding house, the Ovruch City Council, the Zhytomyr Territorial Center for Social Assistance, and other organizations that help the needy.