Maryna Revuka
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My story


My name is Maryna and I have a bakery.

In December, I had a plan to expand the capacity of our production.

We made a down payment for the equipment in the amount of 310 thousand UAH. The war has changed everything. But our production did not stop for a single day. Moreover, we are still supplying freshly baked bread to our local territorial defense unit.

The number of temporarily displaced people in our city is considerable. They have become buyers of our bread too. These are the production capacities that are badly needed in the region. During this time, nobody from the staff was dismissed. The wages are paid regularly, and taxes are paid when it is possible. Meanwhile, the cost of raw materials is growing and logistics become more and more complicated.

Our team requests your attention and support in our effort to implement this project.

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