Business pledges support for Ukrainian kids' camps

In response to an appeal by the "Entrepreneurs for Peace" foundation to support holiday camps for children of  Ukrainian soldiers this summer, Draugiem Group company Printful has announced it will fund two camps, allowing more than 60 children to enjoy time away from the war.

The first of the children's camps will take place in July and its organizer is the Latvian Navy, which has invited the children of Ukrainian sailors to visit.

The second camp is organized in cooperation with Latvia's Air Force, which already organized two camps in 2023 and received thanks from the Ukrainian Air Force for the support provided, allowing the children to live in peace and safety.

"It is a great joy to see how children slowly begin to smile with their eyes and share a sense of security and happiness. Respite from the environment in which you have to live in constant fear – this is the least we can give them," says Master Sergeant of the Latvian Air Force Staff Aljona Nikitina.

Any Latvian company or individual can become a supporter of the campaign "Donate to the Ukrainian Navy" by making a transfer to the account: LV26HABA0551056155759.

The "Entrepreneurs for Peace" fund was established on the first day of the Russian attack, uniting more than 300 Latvian businesspeople, and has sent aid to Ukraine worth more than EUR 9.7 million so far. 

Among the aid items sent are more than 414 drones, 135 generators, 7,662 pieces of military equipment, 400 vehicles, 104 night vision equipment, 464 mobile charging stations and other technical items, as well as humanitarian aid cargo and support to Ukrainian hospitals of more than 1.5 million in the amount of euros. Likewise, the "Entrepreneurs for Peace" foundation has implemented several reconstruction projects to provide immediate assistance to Ukrainian civilians in the Chernihiv region.


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