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First, thank you for your steadfast support of Ukraine and its people. Your care from across the world has been a beacon of hope in these dark times. Because of you, we've saved countless lives and are pushing forward with significant projects, delivering humanitarian aid, evacuation vehicles, ambulances, and more recently commencing construction of a new hospital.
We don't do this alone. We've formed trusted partnerships globally, where each contributes in their own way - be it through materials, time, or support.
This year, for my birthday, I want to shine a light on the extraordinary efforts of the Ukraine Aid Fund. They focus on the war's most innocent victims - the children. Each year, they bring Ukrainian children, orphaned or separated from their parents, to the United States for rehabilitation.
Last year, during a visit to a bomb shelter amidst an attack, I encountered a moment that has stayed with me. My best friend’s 5-year-old daughter, with eyes reflecting a mix of innocence and the harsh reality of war, asked me, 'If we get hit by a bomb, will we die right away or suffocate in the rubble?'
Her question, stark in its simplicity, broke my heart. It's moments like these that underscore the urgent need for our work. Children like her should be asking about playgrounds and storybooks, not bombs and rubble. This is why the mission of the Ukraine Aid Fund is so vital. They strive to restore a semblance of normalcy and safety to these young lives, deeply scarred by conflict. The war continues, but so does the healing. Please join me in offering a ray of hope for a better tomorrow to those who've endured the worst. Let’s help them rebuild their lives. Together, we can not only rebuild a nation but also bring about a more compassionate and understanding world.
Thank you for standing with us. Your support means the world.