DRAWINGS & PAINTINGS BY UKRAINIAN CHILDREN.
ON THE RAMP WALL AT THE EXCHANGE
A DISPLAY OF DRAWINGS & PAINTINGS BY UKRAINIAN CHILDREN
These works were made by Ukrainian children with just their torches for light, whilst sheltering in bomb shelters. They depict the children’s lives before the invasion of their country and whilst living in a war zone.
They were sent to The Helping Hand for Ukraine, (a division of the national charity Chernobyl Children’s Life Line) to help raise awareness of the everyday plight of innocent children.
The charity has worked in Ukraine for the past 14 years and since the beginning of the war has been helping wherever it can. In that time, the charity has developed strong partnerships within Ukraine enabling it to support children and their families and to ‘offer hope to live’.
To find out more about the work of The Helping Hand for Ukraine, see www.ccll.org.uk