A Ukrainian volunteer Roman Davydenko posted on his Facebook a message of Oksana Kulybaba, whose autistic daughter found a way to help the Ukrainian army.
“My 16-year-old daughter Masha suffers from autism. But she found a way to help the country. She had gorgeous, long, thick hair. She went to the hairdressing saloon, had her hair cut short, and sold it. She received UAH 830. For this money, she bought a set of thermal underwear, warm balaclava, a pair of socks and gloves. She wrote a warm letter to our soldiers and took it all to the point for receiving assistance for ATO. ”
“I think Putin will not be able to deal with the country where even a child suffering from autism tries to be useful,” Daviyenko summed up.