The Charitable Foundation “Save Free Ukrainian Spaces” has started implementing a long-term program of assistance to family members of Ukrainian military personnel who died defending Ukraine.
The idea of launching the program belongs to philanthropists who support compatriots in the most difficult trials. We are all one family and must support each other in the most difficult times
In Ukraine, the number of families who have lost a son, father, brother, relative, and even their only breadwinner due to hostilities is increasing. These families need not only psychological help, but also material help, because they were completely defenseless in their misery.
Help has already been provided to several families, the latest being Kuchynska Olga Dmitrivna, resident of Zhytomyr, mother of a soldier, soldier of the 80th Airborne Assault Brigade Dmytro Kuchynskyi.
Dmytro Kuchynskyi was born in Zhytomyr. The man graduated from the Sumy Higher Artillery Command School. During his studies, he earned the rank of “lieutenant”. Since 1994, the soldier served in the ranks of the modern 80th separate amphibious assault brigade in the Lviv region. In 2003, he moved with his family to Lviv.
During his military service, Dmytro Kuchynskyi received the rank of “lieutenant colonel” and became the commander of a self-propelled artillery division. My husband managed it with the beginning of the anti-terrorist operation in the East of Ukraine. He retired in 2019. However, on the first day of the full-scale invasion, he returned to the 80th separate assault brigade.
Defender of Ukraine died on October 22. He was 50 years old.
He is survived by his wife and two sons, and his mother and brother, who also serves as our native nanny! ￼Bright memory of the Hero!
Aid from the fund was provided by benefactors Julja Davidova, Maria Shevchenko, Oleksandr Lytvyn, Ruslan Gavrilyuk and Dmytro Dmytro Semenets