Ukrainian business owner continues to help Ukraine during war

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – A local Ukrainian is not giving up on her efforts to help her country.

“It’s still war,” said Yaroslava Snitsar, owner of Terra Bella soap and such business. “For those who are saying that this is not war, it is not true, go and go. We still have orphans. We still have dead people. We have children without limbs. We broke up. There are families and broken cities.”

So she is encouraging the public to help in her cause.

“We continue to buy and donate,” Snitsar said. “This is what continues to help. I have a number of links that you can link to, not only from my city but from Ukraine in general, and the military and stuff. Those links are very easy to find. I’m one of them.” I can post on my page again and you can help whenever you can.”

She also got an update on how her home town of Vinnytsia is doing after a severe bombing earlier this month.

“The civic center is being demolished,” Snitsar said. “There were two more deaths in our hospital. We had many people taken to different countries for treatment because we couldn’t do that.”

Snitsar said she would continue to donate money from her business to Ukraine for as long as necessary.

You can visit him every Saturday at St. Andrews Market in Panama City’s Oaks by the Bay Park from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Her handmade products are also sold online.

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