Barbara Kurdej-Szatan is involved in various charity events to help those in need. Now she is helping to raise money for women who have come to Poland fleeing the war in Ukraine. For this purpose, she posted a moving video on Instagram.
Barbara Kurdej-Szatan has had various moments in her career, but no matter what, she is still one of the most popular Polish actresses and TV presenters. She has repeatedly stressed that she would like to use her high profile for a good cause, e.g. by getting involved in helping those in need. “I set up a foundation and organised an aid campaign, I organised a helpline and I paid for the first months of it myself, but I don’t know if I’ll have enough for the next ones, so I started a fundraiser. In general, thanks to various fundraisers on the Internet, we can help others, we can save someone’s life,” she said in an interview with Plejada. She has now joined a campaign to help Ukrainian women who have found refuge in Poland.
Barbara Kurdej-Szatan tells the story of Anna from Mariupol
The actress posted a video on her Instagram profile in which she tells the heart-breaking story of a mother who went out with her daughter and suddenly had to be transported to a shelter. As it turns out, this is the true story of 31-year-old Anna from Mariupol.
Thousands of women have been forced to leave their homes in Ukraine, fearing for their lives and those of their children. Now they have to find their way in a new reality.
Barbara Kurdej-Szatan noted and added, “We want to provide a safe space for them, including helping them find work, while at the same time creating a community where they can support each other.”
The campaign, in which the actress took part, aims to raise money for a house for Ukrainian mothers as part of the #DomMam campaign.
It’s starting to get worse…. Slowly, we are starting to experience a shortage of food for temporary residents…
“We tell the real stories of Ukrainian refugee women — how they evacuated during the bombings or crossed the border in excruciating conditions — many of these stories were collected around Warsaw train stations,” she stressed, while encouraging her fans to support the collection.