At my age, I had to go through a war that scattered my children and grandchildren in different places. It's good to have my youngest daughter by my side. She works as a nurse at our local hospital.
My daughter's salary is small, and my pension is low, too. But in addition to this, we also need to eat, and buy medicine. And the prices are rising by leaps and bounds. How can one survive in such conditions? Yes, and a communal apartment, that is, the light has also risen in price and continues to become more expensive.
And if it wasn't for Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Aid, it would have been very, very difficult. It is not so easy to go and buy the bottle of oil or 2-3 packs of pasta, cereals, flour. No matter what you say, the help is good for us, people who live on a dime.
I am very grateful to Rinat Akhmetov for taking care of us, poor pensioners, and not just us, from the very beginning of the war. I am grateful to the volunteers who do not spare their time and effort to somehow help us who need attention.
People became nervous and angry. Many have left and are afraid to return. After all, all people react differently to what is happening. But hope, after all, is not dead yet, that everything will soon get better.
And God help us, I would like to repeat once again - let the people who help us be healthy and happy. I wish long life to them.