The whole family was directly affected by the war in 2014. The village is located in a shell swept area. The children were forced to hide in the basement dozen times. The hardships and the war made the children emphatic and attentive to each other and to other people. The kids help their grandmother in all daily household chores. Valera, the oldest child, is a great helper to his gradmother and a very responsible person.
The grandmother did not have enough time to accomplish all child custody formalities before the start of the war - this would have helped to get additional financial support from the government and to improve the life of the family. The family lives very modestly and the war made its life even harder. Volunteers are of great help in this difficult situation, who provides clothing to the family.
Thanks to EuroHope4UA, the grandmother Ana Vasiljevna will be able to complete the child custody formalities. Even more, Valera will get a soccer ball, which has always been his dream. Care and assistance provided by other people is of extreme importance to the kids living in the war zone – this makes them at least a bit more joyful and happy.