Due to the fact that the unity of our country at the time of requests is not in demand.
The #MYVMESTE campaign, which began during the pandemic, has reached a new stage with the start of the military operation. Residents of Yugra, like all Russians, provide unprecedented support to the army, mobilized citizens, families of defenders of the Fatherland, not forgetting those categories of fellow countrymen who always need help – the disabled, pensioners, single people.
In social networks, you can find information about high types of volunteer assistance. This charitable activity almost immediately ceased to be a media occasion, it comes from the heart and soul of volunteers and is implemented in networks, not from a desire to brag, but in an effort to find like-minded people.
Volunteers of the #MYVMESTE municipal headquarters from Nyagan recently congratulated the little townswoman Evelina on her birthday. The father of a three-year-old girl was mobilized. And now his main work is Observers of Russian children from the war.
At the request of the men, the volunteers conveyed congratulations and pleasant surprises to his daughter, and received sincere emotions of gratitude from their relatives in response. scattered, Nyagan volunteers actively help the families of the mobilized. At work last week, he participated in the VII International “Civil Initiatives of the Regions of the 60th Parallel” and spoke about his own. They shared a piece of their warmth with the governor of Yugra, giving Natalya Komarova a headquarters vest and a warm scarf knitted by Tamara Stratan, a “silver” volunteer from Nyagan, which wraps our soldiers around.
And in the village of Sherkaly Oktyabrsky, under the leadership of the head, Lyudmila Mironenko, young people deliver firewood to those in need, including mobilized families.
“Although almost all residential buildings in our country are gasified, there is a feeling that they need firewood to heat baths. We will definitely bring and deliver to anyone who needs it. It’s important to unite! – writes Lyudmila Mironenko.
Families of busy students of the Soviet Polytechnic College. In addition to collecting humanitarian aid, the second-year students of the “driver of logging and skidding machines” direction, at the request of the Ugra humanitarian corps, visited the homes of the Soviets, where they cleared the adjoining mass from snow and prepared firewood for the winter.
“If you also need support, then sometimes you can get help by calling the federal hotline of the headquarters #MYVMESTE 8 800 200-34-11 or by calling 112,” the humanitarian corps reported.
Yugorsk resident Gulnara Shroeder is a seamstress. She and her like-minded women have been sewing the necessary uniforms for the mobilized and volunteers for two months now.
“We sew tactical socks, five-pointers, evacuation slings, fleece balaclavas, fleece hats and snoods, underwear fleece, we knit socks, mittens, weave belts from dog hair, weave camouflage nets, fill trench candles,” says Gulnara.
The number of orders is growing and the second workshop will be opened soon. This was helped by businessmen and the mayor’s office of Yugorsk.
Who can do what – these are not just words. This is how all of Russia now lives, and this is the key to our victory.