Sophia often does homework in the basement with a candleor a lamp that she connects to a battery. Sofia likes to dance, so before the war she attended a group of folk dances, which now sometimes takes place in a bomb shelter or in a cold classroom. Since learning is often distance learning, Sofia is inconvenient to learn through her parents’ old phone because it does not support many programs.Sofia‘s family cannot afford new school requirements as the parents’ income is very low. Part of the money goes to pay for utilities, firewood, coal and food. Many relatives and friends of Sofia had to move abroad with the beginning of the war. She is so stressedabout this that she has no opportunity to communicate with them. Sofia participates in various creative contests and charity fairs in support of our soldiers. Make trenchcandles for the front, weave bracelets for soldiers. Likes to cook, and now knits a warm world. Sofia doesall this not only for herself or her parents, but for her Ukraine, because she knows that the country needs smart and talented people. Sofia and her family sincerely hope for your support.