American actor and ambassador of the UNITED24 fundraising platform,

Liev Schreiber

, is launching a collection for generators for Ukrainian medical institutions before the traditional Thanksgiving Day in the USA.

Americans greatly respect this holiday and give thanks on this day for everything they have.

The fundraising collection for generators for Ukrainian doctors became a kind of thanks from the actor:

"I am grateful to Ukraine and its people who are fighting for the right to exist every day. I am grateful for the reminder of how to preserve and protect the freedom and rights that we currently have in our country. Because they are really important. The best gratitude is real support . Ukrainian medics have been working under shelling and bombing since the first day of the war. Their hands work miracles every day, saving people's lives. I know they are brave enough to work by candles and flashlights. And the least we can do for them is - is to create the conditions under which they can simply do their work. The most important work," said Liev Schreiber.

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Medical facilities in the regions of Ukraine most vulnerable to power outages will be equipped with generators, which will allow doctors to receive patients and perform operations even during a blackout.

Liev Schreiber

In turn, the Deputy Minister of Health for Digital Development Maria Karchevych noted that in order to ensure uninterrupted operation of medical facilities in conditions of emergency and planned blackouts, there is currently an additional need for more than 1,000 generators of various capacities.

You can join the collection by following the link.

We will remind you that earlier Hollywood star Liev Schreiber

reacted to the liberation of Ukrainian Kherson

from the Russian invaders.

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