The Charitable Foundation Farmak has financed the restoration of the burned house of Myhailo Tomkus, an ATO defender from Shostka. He participated in almost all the hottest confrontations with militants.
A fire that left a family with two young children homeless happened last year. Since then, Myhailo’s wife Lyudmila with three-year and five-year sons Myhailo and Andriy lived in a tent because the family could not leave their courtyard.
Fire inspectors called a short-circuit failure the fore reason. The fire destroyed completely the roof, all property and outbuildings, where they kept a significant portion of hay harvested for the livestock. The Charitable Foundation Farmak bought building materials worth over UAH 138,000.
Myhailo Tomkus, the victim: "Actually I did not expect to get help, but Farmak supplied us with the necessary building materials. The fact we have such a socially responsible companies like Farmak inspires hope for a better future. Now my wife and children live in the house."
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