This project aims to provide assistance to Ukrainians who lost their homes due to the Russian aggression

The people of Ukraine have shown incredible bravery and resilience in the face of devastation, but they cannot do it alone. That’s why I’m urgently calling on you to join me in this art project to help those who are suffering. By making a donation, you’ll be directly supporting families in cities across Ukraine who have lost their homes to war crimes committed by Russia.

Please take a moment to read the stories of these brave Ukrainian cities, to feel their pain and show them that they’re not alone in this struggle. Together, we can make a real difference in the lives of their citizens and help them find hope and stability once again.

As a token of our appreciation, I’ll send you a postcard from the city you’ve helped support.

Your compassion and generosity can make a meaningful impact on the lives of these families. So please, let’s come together and support the people of Ukraine during this difficult time. Thank you for your kindness and willingness to help.

Sergio Rieznyk, ukrainian


The horrors of the Russian invasion of Ukraine were brought to life in the town of Irpin, where innocent civilians were subjected to unimaginable brutality and cold-blooded murder. Heavy artillery targeted civilian areas, leaving over 2,000 buildings damaged or destroyed and forcing residents to flee their homes. Women, children, and the elderly were mercilessly shot, with 290 civilian victims found in a single month. The blown-up bridge became a symbol of the residents’ desperation to escape the violence. It’s crucial to remember that these were human beings, not just statistics. The international community must hold the perpetrators of these war crimes accountable. My project aims to provide aid to those affected by the conflict, offering hope to those who have lost everything.


Kherson witnessed heavy fighting in the first days of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. As of 2 March the city was under Russian terrorist control.

On 11 November 2022, Ukraine announced that its forces had entered the city following the Russian withdrawal. Before retreat, Russian army destroyed infrastructure facilities of the city (communications, water, heat, electricity, TV tower).