The NFT project to help children affected by the war has been launched in Ukraine
During the week from the launch of the project “Mom, I see war,” more than 3000 drawings about the Russian aggression in Ukraine were collected. There is a plan to make a manifestation collage from thousands of children’s pictures exhibited at a charity auction on the NFT marketplace. Funds from it will be transferred to the fund for humanitarian aid to children affected by the war.
“Mom, I see war” project was created to show the world how Ukrainian children are experiencing Russia’s attack on their country. The project’s first stage is to collect children’s drawings about the war and peace in Ukraine. More than 3000 drawings have already been collected, and the collection of works continues. These drawings will create the world’s most enormous manifestation collage, sold at an NFT auction. The proceeds will be donated to a fund to help children affected by the war.
The project is implemented by the NGO “Initial coin offering Laboratory. Ukraine”, Ukrainian Startup Fund, Agency of public communication Perfect PR, NGO “Memorial of Vasyl Stus,” Educational and Scientific Institute of Law of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. The project participants create a charity fund that will assist children affected by the war. The project teams call representatives of the creative and digital sectors of Ukraine, startups, representatives of venture companies, and investment funds to participate in such an initiative.
The team of the project “Mom, I see war” asks parents in Ukraine and around the world: to take a picture of a child on the theme of war and peace in the country and send it by:
– filling out the Google form
– using Telegram chatbot
You will need to provide the author’s name, age, city, and, if desired, a comment on the drawing.