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On March 31, 2023, Moldindconbank participated in the "Make Art not War" charity event, organized by Hospices of Hope Moldova, supporting it financially as a general sponsor. The financial means collected will be directed to the people in Ukraine, forced to flee from war.

”For the second year in a row, Moldindconbank supports the activity of Hospices of Hope Moldova, and participation in this event is of special importance to me, as I have the opportunity to support the land dear to me, the homeland of my mother - Ukraine”, said Dmytro Krepak, Deputy Chairman of the Managing Board of Moldindconbank.

Veronica Dragnev - Sacara, Executive Director of Hospices of Hope Moldova, thanked the partners of the event, without whom the charity action would not have been possible. At the same time, she launched an appeal to support the fundraising campaign to facilitate the opening and operation of the Speranta Centre, which will also provide support for Ukrainian refugees.

”Since the beginning of the war, more than 800 refugees from Ukraine have benefited from counselling and palliative services through the Hospices of Hope Moldova network,” said Veronica Dragnev-Sacara.

Also, Olesia Shevchenko, president of the International Women's Club and wife of the Ukrainian ambassador, said that some of the aid will reach children in the neighboring country.

”By participating in this event, each of you is directly contributing to the aid offered to Ukraine at this time. Part of the funds raised during this event will be transferred to the charity fund of the First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, to support children in Ukraine so that they can continue their education in war-affected conditions”, said the Ambassador's wife.

The event included an auction of paintings by Ukrainian painters, who are refugees in the Republic of Moldova, and a classical music concert with the renowned saxophonist, Igor Znatokov.

The funds raised will be used to support refugees in the Republic of Moldova and the Hospices of Hope Moldova's Chisinau Speranta Centre, which will be inaugurated in May this year. The new Centre will provide free palliative care services in the municipality of Chisinau and will be open to refugees from Ukraine. Ukrainian citizens will also benefit from psycho-emotional support.

”Make Art not War” was organized by the Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of Moldova and Hospices of Hope Moldova, in partnership with the International Women’s Club Moldova and with the support of the National Museum of History, general sponsor Moldindconbank.

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