In autumn, the Ukrainian army liberated most of the Kharkiv region. Kira returned home and again felt the same terrible emotions when the russian army shelled her native Kivsharivka: "There was a lot of banging in another part of the village. There were the most victims. It's not far from us, so I was equally scared."
Kira's family lived in conditions without electricity, gas and water. The family needed targeted evacuation with a special vehicle. That's how the Tereshchenko family came across our volunteers. The Kharkiv team drove in a convoy of several cars. Grandfather was put in a comfortable armored SUV, which literally "ate" every pothole due to the high suspension. For passengers who need special transportation conditions, this is very important, especially on beaten roads.
Our team evacuated the family to Kharkiv. Kira was presented with a "Save me" backpack, which reminded her of her pre-war hobby. The girl found a child's toy in it. Just like those that Kira sewed herself before the war. Now the girl will not worry about her relatives and will return to her favorite hobby.