The Lilia Rebryk Charitable Foundation together with the Student Parliament of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute organized and held a New Year's celebration for children who were forced to leave their homes because of the war at the Student Consolidation Center. The choreographer, co-founder of the charity foundation Andriy Dykyi joined the fun.

Fairy-tale characters such as a polar bear, elves and St. Nicholas came to the party. Kids and schoolchildren were entertained with various competitions and danced a lot. There was no limit to children's enthusiasm and joy. In the end, the little guests received gifts - sweets, toys, and hygiene products.

Representatives of the foundation said that their wards are people from Donetsk and Luhansk regions, and many families from Kherson and Zaporizhzhia. They lost their homes, the enemy brazenly broke into their homes and forced them to leave everything they loved. But despite everything, they dream of returning home, and the younger ones also dream of New Year's miracles. The miracles created for them by adults, because December is a magical month: miracles seem to be in the air - just grab them.

"The kids had fun talking to the fairy-tale characters," said Yulia Maksymiuk, President of the Student Parliament, "and that's how it should be, because we care not only about the well-being of our wards, but also about their mental health. Indeed, this is how it should be: we are resilient, because we have the best army in the world - our Armed Forces.