Odesa business supplies cars and drones to the frontline – owner of a private brewery
Volunteer assistance to the frontline will not end as long as the war is on and active hostilities are taking place.
This was stated by Olga Gorbachenko, a volunteer and co-founder of the private brewery “Nizascho Myla”, at a briefing at the Ukraine-Odesa Media Center.
Today, the lawyer and businesswoman is involved in the brewery and helps Ukrainian defenders: she supplies cars and drones for the military, repairs equipment that was previously given to the soldiers
“Of course, we spend the money we earned at the brewery on this. In fact, this was our only income before my husband mobilized and is now serving in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Now I work in business alone and when there is not enough, I cover the needs of the military by contacting my friends on social media. In the evening, I wrote a post to raise money for a drone. By the morning, we had raised 65 thousand hryvnias,” the volunteer said.
Olga said that all the collections are situational – the volunteers have been responding to the requests of the military since the beginning of the full-scale invasion.
“It’s clear that everyone is tired, it’s clear that it’s hard, but it’s a matter of supporting each other and responding to the situation at the front. That is why we have to help,” summarized Olga Gorbachenko.
Cars and drones are easily destroyed at the frontline, so they will be needed until the end of the war, she said.
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