Brentwoodian 2022

3rd March, in Krakow: The mother and daughter are already walking around the royal city of Krakow. The city full of legends, priceless monuments of architecture and art fascinates everyone at first glance. Walking around the city, one feels a sense of happiness that was absent during the German occupation. It was able to survive and it looks ancient and very cosy. The girls loved walking around the old town, along the ancient castle of the Polish kings, Wawel and the Vistula embankment. The girls had the opportunity to stay in Krakow with friends and live with them for a while. The daughter is finally starting online education, which does not take much time, so she is actively looking for other things to do. The first thing that comes to her mind is to help Ukraine and its people in all possible ways in such an onerous period. She goes to the central station of the city of Krakow. It is full of people, already at that time there was a huge number of volunteer positions that were engaged in helping Ukrainians. There are many points with various help available, both at the station and outside it. You could see tents in which food, basic necessities, and clothes were distributed. There was even a section that was completely ready to help pets, there was a lot of food, toys, bowls and other things. The girl decides to help an organisation that is engaged in finding 38