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She started volunteering in 2018, when she was a sophomore, and remains up to now: launching a mentoring project for freshmen, organizing educational projects for Ternopil schoolchildren to raise their knowledge of many diseases such as diabetes, AIDS, tuberculosis, and it is also at her initiative that medical students began holding sex education lessons for teenagers in schools and professional educational institutions of our city.
She became a student of the year for active volunteering in 2020
She is sorting drugs along with other volunteers since the war started.
Confident, active and goal-oriented, the future of Ukrainian medicine - this is how Dmytro can be characterized. Throughout the entire educational period at university, he is actively involved in volunteering and public service.
He has been sorting drugs since the war started, as he considers that everyone in the back have to do their best to come to a victory together.
Iryna has been forced to leave Kyiv and happened to be in Ternopil.
Here she met wonderful people from the charity foundation and joined the team of volunteers.
The professional dancer, choreographer with twelve years of experience. The general physical training coach.
Staying human in all circumstances is what means the most for Olga. Creativity, a keen sense of justice and a constant movement to diversify is what clearly characterizes her. She has been volunteering since her school years.
She had organized children's camps, charitable fundraisers, including ones for homeless animals, whose fate she is concerned about the most, charities, such as "I'm with you" at TNMU and "Draw for animals", and charity fairs many times. She worked as a volunteer at various events initiated by active students of Ternopil (such as the municipal student parliament, the student parliament of TNMU and the initiative of other medical students).
She has been a mentor (a friend and a coach of freshmen) at TNMU for two years. She has been helping everywhere she could since the war started: from weaving the camouflage nets up to sorting medication.
Persistence, stubbornness and sense of fairness - these are the features that accompanied Valeria in her affairs during the whole life. She started volunteering in 2019, when it was her first year of medical university. She took part in making dumplings for our brave defenders. She also took part in various student activities in subsequent years, in particular giving lectures on sexual education for students, and later established her own series of lectures: the projects "Mental Health" and "The Influence of Gadgets".
Valeria is also a Deputy Leader of the “Mentoring” Program at TNMU since 2020. Together with friends she has been collecting and sorting medication since the day the war started, She considers this work as her direct scope of responsibility.