Censor.NET reports citing the Foundation press office.
The calendar titled "Veterans. Life goes on..." tells about ex-combatants of the 95th, 93rd, 80th, 53rd, 30th, 25th, 101st Brigades and the National Guard's General Kulchytskyi Battalion, 34th Batkivshchyna Battalion, the Right Sector detachments after their reintegration into civil life.
"Each calendar character's portrait is not just a story of a man who survived the war. It tells about won battles, self-victories, and blows they have overcome," the Foundation volunteers said.
The funds raised from the sale of the calendar will be spent on thermal sight-equipped UAV for the 40th Separate Artillery Brigade.
The calendar for 2017 includes portraits of some servicemen depicted in calendars for 2015, 2016 - "Cyborgs" and "Cyborgs one year after" respectively. Namely, it tells the stories of success achieved in peaceful life by Yevhen Turchak, call-sign Zhora (ATO Veterans' Union member) and Dmytro Krykun, call-sign Amur (Cyborg Massage owner) from the 95th Air Assault Brigade.
The calendar can be ordered at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about each of the calendar characters on Savelife project's Facebook. Charitable contribution (the calendar price) is 500 hryvnia (about $19).
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