Tomorrow marks one month since the abominable, gruesome and bloody aggression that Russia has wrought on Ukraine. For us at the Good Factory, it has been a very intense time. In the first weeks of the war, we had thousands of opportunities to look into the terrified eyes of mothers and children, to witness husbands and fathers parting with their sons, daughters and wives. We do not forget!
Today, we would like to remind you of those first days of our work, and to ask you very strongly not to become complacent about this war. It is completely normal and understandable that each of us must eventually return to our own affairs, but we cannot accept what Russia is doing in Ukraine. Let us continue to express our disapproval of the violence and our solidarity with the victims.
We continue our “Light for Ukraine” campaign. Thursday, 8 p.m. Light it with us! Turn on the live broadcast, showing the flame of solidarity and hope that this hell will soon be over. Our candle is also a very concrete means of support, thanks to which we reach out to those in need every day. Today to Slavutych, near Chernobyl.
Join us tomorrow in lighting a “Light for Ukraine”