"My holidays started cool!" - the daughter of the killed ATO soldier

Almost 67 children of the killed ATO's heroes spent their holidays in the summer camp in the magnificent complex "Layar Palace", thanks to the partners of the NGO "Community Development".

In June, during the whole month, children of Ukrainian ATO heroes spent their summer holidays together. The children were entertained, they studied, swam in the pool, breathed the fresh air in the park, met with each other and had funny free time. The camp gathered children that are united with a common grief - the loss of one of the closest people in their life. Every new day children began with exercises. The program was designed to create positive memories and emotions for children.

On the 12th of June, the first arrival of children was solemnly opened by organizers - the NGO "Community Development",

"Sumna Kvitka" charity fund and Lviv Regional Association of Social Protection of ATO soldiers and victims families. The summer camp was opened by the duo of animators "Vlatar", which captured the attention of the children from the first minute. In general, the activists organized 3 arrivals.

Activists sincerely hope that this trip will bring pleasant emotions for kids, new friends and inspiration to new achievements. It will help to psychologically rehabilitate and raise the spirit.

Our social projects are a symbol of retranslation of the soul and hearts of our activists. Each project we create together, discuss its feasibility, utility, and then we are moving on to implementation.

The summer camp for children of our heroes is a common project of the "Sumna Kvitka" charity fund and the Lviv Regional Association of Social Protection of ATO soldiers and victims families. The recreation complex "Layar Palace" contains good living conditions, beautiful nature around - everything for the kids' rest, to receive a portion of energy for the new school year,-  said Mariya Vahila, the head of the NGO "Community Development".


The NGO "Community Development" expresses its gratitude to the "Atlas" hotel, the "Layar Palace" recreation complex, the Ukrainian families of Great Britain for the opportunity to implement the project.