Two little girls from the UK have raised money for Ukrainian refugees by selling sweets
Two little girls from the British town of Yate have raised over £400 for Ukrainian refugees by selling sweets to local schools and sports clubs, British-Ukrainian Aid reported on Facebook.
Four-year-old Esme and her two-year-old sister Maggie have raised £415 to support Ukraine after selling sweets at Esme’s school and Yate Rugby Club. The girls set themselves a target of £150 and have almost trebled their initial goal in donations for the British Ukrainian Aid charity.
Mum Lauren Slogan, a designer, said Esme was listening to the radio when she heard about the situation in Ukraine and wanted to help, so she decided selling sweets would be a good way to make some funds.