Russian special operation in Ukraine
Permians raised money for the family of a volunteer from the Molot tank battalion, whose house was on fire. Irina Ermakova, director of the Perm-300 fund, announced this on her page. According to her, the specified fund paid for the purchase of building materials for the family for repairs, and the Volunteers of Donbass aid fund paid for the repair work.
“Remember when I told you about the Hammer Volunteer family that had a big fire and needed help with repairs? Mission accomplished! The house was renovated, the family moved in!” Ermakova wrote. The fire victims “asked to keep some of the funds raised until the move,” Yermakova added. The family may need this money for “unforeseen expenses.”
A fire in the house of a volunteer living in Solikamsk occurred in August last year. The fire completely destroyed the veranda and the roof of the house, partially burned out the corridor. URA.RU said that residents of the Perm Territory regularly provide assistance to the Molot tank battalion. The fighters were previously sent stretchers, thermal imagers, stoves, and a laser sight.