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The PIN-UP FOUNDATION has provided the residents of the Zaporizhzhia region with humanitarian aid

The PIN-UP FOUNDATION continues to provide assistance to Ukrainians affected by the war. The Foundation has provided food and essential goods to 300 families of internally displaced persons from the Zaporizhzhya region.

Together with the administration of the Komysh-Zoryanska territorial community of the Zaporizhzhia region, the Foundation organized the transfer of humanitarian aid to 300 families of internally displaced persons who were forced to flee the war and settled in Zaporizhzhia. In total, the PIN-UP FOUNDATION team handed over 6 tons of humanitarian aid worth more than 680 thousand hryvnias. The assistance includes food and household chemicals.

«This war is cruel. Millions of Ukrainians need support and help today. We have no right to stand aside. Since one of the main tasks of the PIN-UP FOUNDATION is to help Ukrainians affected by the war, we continue to respond to requests from residents of different regions of Ukraine and provide them with the necessary humanitarian aid. The Foundation will continue to implement charitable initiatives and support Ukrainians in the future,» commented Marina Ilina, the President of the PIN-UP FOUNDATION.

The PIN-UP FOUNDATION unites volunteers and professionals, non-governmental organizations, and the international community with values aimed at the development of Ukraine. The Foundation systematically helps those who need it most. The PIN-UP FOUNDATION programs aim to support socially vulnerable categories of the population, promote the development of education, sports, and healthcare, and help restore Ukraine.

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