Volunteering and civic activism were always part of my daily life, but with the start of the full-scale war I had to re-direct all my energy to weaving camouflage nets. Since the first day of the war, I’ve been coordinating volunteers, and I’m also responsible for cooperation with other weaving centers.I also volunteer with children.
Why do I do this? I don’t do this out of fear, because I believe in the army. I’m involved because I love helping people and understand the responsibility I bear before those who are defending me. When my hair turns green from cutting cloth for nets, this is a signal that it’s time to make a change. Then I can take a walk with friends, read a book which has been waiting long on my shelf, or become a simple volunteer somewhere.I volunteered before the war, I volunteer during the war, and I will also volunteer after the war.