The Slots City Fund Processed over 1,200 Applications from the Displaced Persons
“Dear Saint Nicholas! My name is Kostya, I’m 7 years old. I’m from Kherson. Now I’m in Kyiv, because it’s dangerous at home. I dream of a magnetic constructor and the end of the war.”
Volunteers of the Slots City Foundation have been receiving such wishes during the last week. For the favorite children’s holiday, together with its associates, the Foundation handed over 100 gifts from St. Nicholas to the children of the millitary. This in addition to making a children’s party with animators, aqua grime and presents for 50 kids from the displaced families.
To St. Nicholas Day, volunteers and friends of the Slots City Foundation sent more than 600 humanitarian aid packages to the displaced people. Most of them went to people who left Kharkiv, Donetsk and Zaporizhzhia regions and are now in Kyiv region. In total, volunteers processed 1,270 applications for humanitarian aid for Ukrainians who left their homes during the Foundation’s operation. Most often, the displaced people contact the Foundation through applications on the Slots City Foundation website. Each of them is carefully processed by volunteers and then implemented. As of December, the Fund’s humanitarian aid plan is already passed the 3-month of waiting mark on the waiting list, and continues to be replenished every day.
Humanitarian aid is one of the main areas of work of the Slots City Foundation, along with providing the army with drones, cars and equipment for fighters.