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Marking 22 months since russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine began, we at Helping to Leave are launching a special project: an NFT collection that consists of unique images and real stories of Ukrainians evacuated from areas of military conflict. The number "22" commemorates the 22 months of the ongoing brutal war (as of December 2023) and also represents the year the full-scale invasion began. We prepared our collection in December, yet finalized the minting in January. Therefore, we added one more bonus NFT to the collection to represent the recently passed year 2023 and the ongoing 23rd month of the full-scale invasion. The tokens are priced according to different categories of evacuation case complexity. Purchase an NFT or spread the word to help us evacuate more Ukrainians who need this today.

#22 I Volunteer to Help!

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Subject

Ukraine, war

City

Drobysheve

City

Kupiansk

Color

Blue

Color

Yellow

In February 2022, Yulia, on maternity leave with her 8-month-old child, resided in the village of Drobysheve near Liman. She anticipated the invasion due to her experience in 2014 and alarming russian broadcasts. Despite warnings, her family, including three children, Yulia's husband, and in-laws, hesitated to leave until witnessing the aftermath of Bucha's occupation. Prompted by this horror, they embarked on a 15-hour journey to Zaporizhzhia barely making it before curfew. Yulia’s mother stayed in Kupiansk as she was afraid to travel. The most stressful for Yulia was then losing contact with her mother for a month. Upon reconnecting, Yulia sought evacuation assistance for her mother through the Helping to Leave chatbot. An organized exit through the Pechenihy dam offered a glimmer of hope for people who were left in Kupiansk. After convincing her mother to evacuate, Yulia's path transformed from being an evacuee herself to helping others as a dedicated volunteer. Yulia became a chatbot operator assisting people, especially in the Kherson Oblast. Her efforts extended way beyond her family's evacuation, as she has been actively participating in organizing safe exits, issuing passes, and providing guidance. Even amid chaos caused by the terrorist attack at the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric station, Yulia remained at the forefront of providing help, showing strength and compassion. In times of crisis, Yulia became a beacon of hope for those in trouble despite her maternity leave and remote part-time work, illustrating the power of community and compassion.
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#22 I Volunteer to Help!

License: Repr/Comm
Mintedon SolSea
2.2
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Listed by: 9MQ5...WuCG
Mint address: BLrg...2tP9
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