I weave camouflage nets, sort items, I participated in a tele-bridge between UCU and other Catholic and non-Catholic universities abroad to spread information about the war in Ukraine, I passed out food and water on trains that were travelling through my city, Khmelnytskyi, I took small children from the children’s institution where my mother works to a basement during air raid sirens, and I wrote two articles as an informational resource for foreigners about the war.
I’m not serving in the army, but I have other ways to help bring about victory. Above all, this is help for civilians and also participation in the information war. Sport and chatting are my instruments for renewal. After victory, I dream of travelling south and east for the BUR* camps.
BUR (Building Ukraine Together, in its Ukrainian acronym) — a Ukraine-wide platform that is involved in renovating buildings of residents of the Donetsk Region ruined by bombing and also helps rebuild or reorganize institutions of culture in disrepair and children’s playgrounds in various regions of Ukraine. The platform was founded by UCU graduates.