Fundraising by Daniele
In July, I was in Ukraine, just for a few days, together with the volunteers of Operation Dove present between Mykolaïv and Kherson for months now; I went to support the people with whom we live and share the daily routine of war: with water, with food, with a hug or a smile (few words, especially in my case), I tried to give my small contribution for Peace.
I was not alone... so many people accompanied me on that journey, not only beside me, even from home: thank you!
Today the volunteers of Operation Dove are still in Ukraine (Mykolaïv - Kherson), where the bombing continues but the attempt not to leave people alone also continues !
What can we do concretely for Peace?
Leave, there is a great need for volunteers;
or support the expenses of those who leave, and this fundraiser continues to be a possibility.
Every day in Ukraine we meet many people, their thanks is also for you!
Best wishes from Operation Dove in Kherson and Mykolaiv
2 months, 1 week ago
3 months, 1 week ago
It's going to be my birthday in a little while-not that I particularly want to publicize it, far from it, but if doing so can help someone, then why not!
Maybe you wanted to give me a little thought, even just offer me a croissant at the cafe: THANK YOU, I can already smell it... but if you want/can, put that euro in this fundraiser, it will still be a sweet gesture for me ;-)
Volunteers of Operation Dove are in Ukraine (Mykolaïv - Kherson), where the bombing continues but the attempt not to leave people alone also continues!
Avvenire on Operation Dove in Kherson!
5 months ago
Avvenire: Italy rebuilds culture in Kherson.
"As Alberto drags out the roof planks charred by the incendiary drone, Valeria and Sebastian lend a hand to other volunteers in Kherson who have decided to declare war on war. Rebuilding. This, too, is resistance. "And it's no use talking about peace, about nonviolence, if you don't understand that here is someone who has decided to deliberately target civilians. Look what they have done," exclaims Alberto Capannini, who coordinates the Operation Dove mission in Ukraine."...
Read the article by Nello Scavo, posted in Kherson:
There is still so much to be done!
7 months, 1 week ago
I'm back from Ukraine, I've only been a few days but there are so many things I would like to share with you--maybe we'll have a chance to talk about it in person.
In extreme summary I could say: all the good things can be summed up in two words, "Operation Dove"; all the bad things in one, "war."
Thank you to each and every one of you for your closeness and support.
I will leave this fundraiser open a few more weeks, hoping to reach the goal I set for myself: the proceeds will obviously go to support the Operation Dove volunteers who continue to be present between Mykolaiv and Kherson!
Below you will find the link to two articles recounting events that have happened, unfortunately, in recent days in the very area where I have been and where we continue to operate. I will try to keep you updated (always via links).
Read article: bombed humanitarian center in Kherson
Read article: operation Dove in Kherson