According to the data collected by our call center, we identified a need to increase humanitarian aid kits in connection with the closure of other charitable and volunteer organizations in our region. Also, a large part of the population was left without work and livelihood. Another problem is the delivery of humanitarian aid to people in winter. We don`t exclude the possibility of shelling, fuel shortages or natural events such as snowfall. All this will significantly affect the delivery of food and assistance to the most vulnerable and unprotected segments of the population: оld people, bedridden, HPE, large families, single mothers, disabled people etc. Currently, our volunteers deliver 2000-2500 small humanitarian kits per day (by 5 kg), but on cold days they will not be able to make daily supplies to the population. We are working on the Big Family Box (17 kg) project, which we will deliver monthly.