It just so happened that I had to take three of my own grandchildren into care since 2006. My wife is a pensioner since 2013, I am of pre-retirement age. There are no jobs here, we live and exist owing to our homesteading and a kitchen garden. The middle child is sick — he has asthma.
Medicines are expensive, and prices for food and manufactured goods have gone wild. Therefore, life is not a bed of roses!
My family has received humanitarian aid from Rinat Akhmetov's Humanitarian Center every three months since 2015. Dear Rinat Leonidovich! God bless you and your family. I wish you all the best, success in every deed you do. Helping people in this difficult time is the lot of strong, compassionate and merciful people, which You are, our countryman and patron with a capital letter!
There are a lot of big and wealthy people in Donbass and in Ukraine in general, but You were the only person who did not stay away from the problems of people in need of help.
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