The main traveler of the country and leading the project “the World inside out” Dmitry Komarov has told about results of work of the charity project #Casecode.
The presenter reported that over the 4 years of the project, thanks to the Ukrainians and residents of other countries managed to collect about 38 million hryvnia to help seriously ill children. Only this time, the project helped save 32 lives.
“Friends, I want to share the news #Casecode! Do not think that if there are no new posts, then #Casecode resting. This does not happen:) When I’m in the expedition, time on social networks is not enough. But our team does not stop working. After treatment of each child, his parents transferred the balance of other kids. For the money, made transactions, which we haven’t declared the collection”, – he said.
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The essence of the project #Casecode is that each person can save the life of a child, abandoning one Cup of coffee and handing the money to help children.
The money that people send, go directly to the parents of seriously ill children. Dmitry Komarov acts as a guarantee that all funds will be used for the purpose. He personally meets with each child, his family and watching his recovery.
We will remind, the Mosquito from the “World inside out” saddled in Brazil, the horned monster.
As reported Know. ua, the young wife of the Komarov boasted a perfect figure in a luxurious outfit.
Also Know As. ua wrote that Mosquito from the “World inside out” will meet with unearthly beings.
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