Usyk contributed almost UAH 14 million to the restoration of houses destroyed by the Russian invasion


Ukrainian IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk donated an impressive UAH 13.8 million to a project to restore 10 private houses for residents of the village of Moshchun in the Kyiv region, who lost their homes due to the invasion of the army of fascist Russia at the end of February 2022 of the year.

According to the Newkraine charity foundation, this amount “completely closes the collection for the restoration of 10 houses,” and thanks to the contribution of Usyk and donations from other people, “about 50 Ukrainians will have the opportunity to start a new life.”

The project assumes that not just temporary short-lived housing will be built, but 10 “full-fledged, high-quality, ergonomic modular houses using European technologies from the best Ukrainian contractors.”

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After receiving the money, the project was able to complete the engineering and preparatory work, and move on to the assembly and installation of houses.

Apparently, Usyk covered 100% of the originally planned expenses. August 17 in the Newukraine Telegram channel
wrote about the beginning of the training camp and the goal – UAH 13.8 million. On December 23, the project’s Instagram reported that Alexander personally
introduced these same 13.8 million

On the project site
reportedwhich has collected at this moment 14 million 609 thousand 326 hryvnias from 1340 donations.

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