The PIN-UP FOUNDATION has purchased 22 tons of humanitarian aid for the residents of Konstantinivka
The PIN-UP FOUNDATION continues to assist Ukrainians affected by the war. The Foundation has purchased 2.8 million UAH worth of humanitarian aid for IDPs and residents of Konstantinivka, Donetsk Oblast.
Together with the NGO “Donbas Women’s Initiative”, NGO “Poryadok”, and the Donetsk Regional Military-Civilian Administration, the aid was delivered to the IDPs and residents of Konstantinivka who have remained in the town since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion. The team of PIN-UP FOUNDATION purchased 22 tons of food and almost 2 thousand household chemicals for UAH 2.8 million for the city’s residents. Each set contains food and basic necessities. Most of the assistance was provided to large families, IDPs, low-income families, pensioners, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable population categories.
«Today, the PIN-UP FOUNDATION pays special attention to Ukrainians affected by the war. The Foundation’s goal is to help those who need it. Therefore, we responded to the request of volunteers and the city’s local administration to provide people with the necessary products. The Foundation will continue to implement humanitarian 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 require it most. The PIN-UP FOUNDATION programs support socially vulnerable groups, promote education, sports, healthcare, and help rebuild Ukraine.