Valeriy Holyk
How to support Ukrainian businesses?
My story

SportPlaza is a small sports club that brings together many regular customers who simply love our team, atmosphere and location. We are constantly striving to expand and improve the services we provide to our customers. Just before the start of the war, we ordered new gym equipment made in Kharkiv, which we are unlikely to ever receive, and we hope that the metal that was supposed to go to our simulators will be good for anti-tank hedgehogs and fortifications.

We have almost finished equipping our summer terrace for outdoor TRX training and wanted to expand the cardio area. But on February 24, all these plans were crushed by the Russian invaders. We have now opened our doors to our clients in a limited mode and strive to enable our employees to earn a living in these difficult conditions, when 70% of the population has left the city.

All monthly subscriptions purchased in the pre-war period are frozen and extended when the customer returns to us, so this creates a huge cash gap. We currently need funds to repay existing arrears on utility bills, rents, salaries and pay for advertising.

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