FUNDRAISING PROJECT

We are launching temporary housing project for Ukrainians who lost their homes due to war

Serhiy Prytula’s Charity Foundation project NEST, is focused on helping families who lost their houses due to russia’s continuing war. The houses are prefabricated and installed in land plots owned by families.
The NEST Project is an opportunity for hundreds of families to be at home and continue fighting on all fronts to bring victory closer!

Our goal

Is to raise enough funds and install as many houses as possible before the onset of cold weather:

AFFECTED families

585

AFFECTED families

Prefab HOUSES

585

Prefab HOUSES

UKRAINIAN settlements

49

UKRAINIAN settlements

This is the number of families who have lost their homes in Makariv district as a result
of russian aggression.

We install:

Prefab eco-friendly houses with all conveniences
made of durable and certified materials:

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We install the houses in land
plots owned by families

We connect to existing communications.
House area depends on the family size.

The basic configuration icludes three rooms:
kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.

The smallest house option costs $15,000.

WE'VE RAISED ALREADY:

55
918
USD
*data is updated once a day
*data is updated once a day

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Stories of affected families:

The story of Kulishenko family. “The parents frequently visit the plot, tending to the garden and tidying up the area”

Anna along with her parents resided in the village of Berezivka in the Makarov community. Her parents dedicated a lot of effort and invested in expanding their own home. They…

The story of Levchenko family

The Levchenko family’s home was destroyed during the shelling of Makarov. They lived in their house all their lives and would like to rebuild it in the same place. Their…

“I want to return to Makariv as soon as possible.” The story of the Milevskyi family

Four generations of Larysa’s family lived in the house built by her grandparents. Two children grew up here: a 32-year-old son and a 17-year-old daughter who studies abroad. Larysa, a…

“My heart sinks”. The story of Olha Hrechko from Makariv

A year ago, on March 7th at 6 am, Mrs. Olha’s life changed drastically. She was lying in her bed and catching herself thinking, “Оh, it’s too early to get…