Immediately after the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, queues of people wishing to take up arms to defend our state lined up at the military enlistment offices.
No less than several Ukrainians became volunteers and engaged in providing the rear. They collect and deliver humanitarian aid to those who have lost their homes or cannot go outside, feed doctors, and territorial defense. Someone found himself in the information troops.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians do a huge amount of other work — for the front and the common victory — free of charge — despite fatigue, fear, and domestic problems. Among them are many members of the kmbs community — those who have directed their managerial skills and leadership skills to our common cause. We will tell about them in our column #кожен.