Natalya Pet'ko
How to support Ukrainian businesses?
My story

Hello! We are the collective of Lukas-Kids, a children’s clothing store in Kremenchuk. We made city’s little tiny fashionistas happy with high-quality and stylish products both of our own trademark and from the leading Ukrainian brands for five years. Girls always left the store in a good mood and with stylish purchases.

On 24 February, the focus of our activity changed, just like for millions of Ukrainians. We help volunteers with food products, bedclothes, items for the cold weather, and clothing. To support the forced displaced persons who have fled to our city, we also offer them a possibility to pick children’s clothes of their choice for free.

In order to continue with the voluntary initiatives, we need help, as we must pay utility bills as well as salaries to employees.

We will try to continue making this world better and children happier!

We will be grateful for support and help.

Have faith in the Armed Forces!

Have faith in Victory!

Have faith in Ukraine!

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