Residents of the Canadian town of Picton raised over $75,000 to restore school in Kyiv region
The town of Picton in southern Canada raised more than CAD 102,000 (over $75,000) to restore a school destroyed by the Russians in the Kyiv region, Yulia Kovaliv, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Canada, reported.
According to her, this is already the second major fundraising campaign in this town aimed at supporting Ukraine.
“Another incredible story from the small Canadian town of Picton, 160 km from Toronto, where 4,700 people live. The community of this town collected 102,000 Canadian dollars to support Ukraine, in particular for the restoration of the school and the purchase of medical equipment,” Kovaliv wrote.
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