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Our Team

Passionately working to provide humanitarian support to those we love!


Tania Balash

I am a Belarussian fashion model who have begun modeling career by signing a contract with IMG Models at 15 years old. Since then I have lived in multiple countries across the globe from Asia through Europe to USA today.
I grew up in a post war country and have listened to a lot of stories about it from my grandparents and grandmother born in 1909. I know what it’s like to live through and after such a hardships and how every little bit of help, support and kindness can make a difference in our world. 

 Our mission shall be to help unite the humanity. So that despite of anything happening in the world we can stay connected through our hearts and offer a kind hand of humanity. I win when you win and vise versa. 

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Christina Shamrock

I have lived in New York for the past 15 years but was born and raised in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Hearing a missile destroying a building next to my parent’s while on the phone with them was one of the most surreal things I’ve ever experienced. In light of current events, it was so heartwarming having countless people reach out and ask how they can help. This unconditional kindness inspired an idea for this website. I hope together we can help people in impossible situations overcome darkest times of their lives.

With love and light,

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Elena Ulansky

I grew up in Russia and I  have family in Odessa, Ukraine. Even though I have lived in the US from the age of 16, I always felt appreciation for the culture and history of my Eastern European routs. To me Russians and Ukrainians as nations are like “cousins”, now killing each other… Unraveling devastation in Ukraine is separating the neighboring countries and dividing families from a psychological perspective is one of the most tragic aspects of this crisis.


In the times of chaos and extreme frustration we can all look for a way to feel better by helping those in extreme need. It is devastating to whiteness the amount of human suffering and pain: it makes one angry, scared and provokes worst emotions. Instead, if each of us can add even a small effort we can show our evolution “as a humanity” from WW2 times to todays reality.

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Anastasiia Lysenko

I grew up in Ukraine, city Mariupol. I remember beautiful summers at the beach and strong people who worked hard there. Even though I left the country sometime ago and have been in USA for the past 11 years, my parents still live there.


When second wave of the invasion of Ukraine hit I stared to worry about my parents and people who live there. Frustration, fear and devastation hit me at the same time. I couldn’t get in touch with anyone from my home town and wanted to be useful. 

Our project has a clear massage to all of the human beings: any help appreciated at the tough times. Thank you for your kind hearts. 

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