Categories: NewsPublished On: 05.12.2023

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A charity concert dedicated to the 30th anniversary of ADRA’s work in Ukraine took place on December 2nd in Kyiv. Special guests – People’s Artists of Ukraine Oksana Bilozir and Viktor Pavlik, as well as other soloists and a chamber choir – performed before about 700 visitors of the Left Bank Spiritual Center. During the event, representatives of ADRA Ukraine spoke about the humanitarian aid that Ukrainians are currently receiving from the organization. The funds raised through the concert will be used to purchase firewood for residents of Kherson Region affected by the war. The charity project is implemented jointly with the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Southern region.

The concert program featured spiritual and patriotic songs. In addition to special guests, they show hosted soloists Vitaliy Pryimuk, Miriam Tikhonovska, Lina Porkhun, Volodymyr Parkhomenko, and the Kyiv Chamber Choir of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. People’s Artist of Ukraine Oksana Bilozir noted: “It is a so great thing to carry out a Christian mission on earth, to help those who need it.” Addressing those who remain in Ukraine, she said: “We have a lot of work to do, we need to support, love, honor each other, give faith, hope and love”.

Leonid Rutkovsky, Country Director of ADRA Ukraine, expressed his gratitude to ADRA’s partners, including governments of many countries, as well as UN humanitarian organizations and other partners. He said that today the team of the Ukrainian ADRA office has seven offices, seven large warehouses of humanitarian aid, 325 employees and several hundred volunteers, who are implementing 18 powerful humanitarian projects in different parts of Ukraine.

During the concert, representatives of the ADRA Ukraine team, the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and other charitable organizations also addressed the audience, explaining the importance of the humanitarian mission in this difficult time for the country.

The event raised UAH 110,000. These funds will be used to buy firewood for the residents of Kherson Region to help them survive the winter period, as the residents of this Region cannot collect firewood to heat their homes in the mined forests. ADRA Ukraine’s hotline has received numerous requests for such assistance from residents of Kherson Region.

Recording of the charity concert:

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