“Pampers Day” or how we helped babies in the city of Dnipro
We were waiting for them, dreaming about them, and planning a completely different birth for them. But unfortunately, the war has made its own adjustments, and today babies are born to the sound of air alarms and begin their lives in such difficult times 👶🏻
During the war, more than 13,500 babies were born in the Dnipro region. About 2000 of them are children of IDPs. Those whose parents dreamed of bringing their baby home from the hospital, but today they are forced to flee, save lives and seek shelter in a new city.
This month, the Rise of Ukraine charitable foundation held 3 “Baby Days” and provided assistance to more than 70 families of IDP babies: diapers, baby clothes, cradles, pacifiers, toys, and bathtubs.
Of course, when a new life appears, all the troubles fade into the background, but every parent dreams of a happy, carefree and, most importantly, peaceful childhood for their baby.
We know that the arrival of a new family member gives you the strength to keep moving forward, but we cannot leave such small and helpless Ukrainians without help.
They are our future and we do everything for them.
We believe in the future together with Rise 💙💛