14 kids from Ukraine take Colorado vacation1 min read
A non-profit paid for their trip to give them a chance to get away from a country at war.
DENVER — Kids from Ukraine flew into Denver on Wednesday night to start a two-week vacation in Colorado. Most of them have lost a father in the Russian invasion. One girl’s mother was taken hostage by the Russian army.
A non-profit in Colorado, Ukraine Aid Fund, paid for their trip to give them a chance to get away from a country at war. Members of the National Guard of Ukraine reached out to the group with the idea.
“It’s trips to take their minds off of what is happening in Ukraine and take their attention towards something more positive,” said Alina Tatkov, a…
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