An article by the “Holos Ukrayiny” (“Voice of Ukraine”) about the B50 photo exhibition in Kropyvnytskyi

An exhibition of the traveling volunteer photo project “Stronger than bricks” has been launched at the tourist information center of Kropyvnytskyi.

The exhibits tell the story of the unbreakable volunteers of the B50 community, who were among the first to start restoring the liberated communities from the consequences of russian aggression (pictured).

The photographs show volunteers helping the affected residents of Kyiv region: cleaning up houses destroyed by shells, eliminating the consequences of armed aggression, and preserving damaged homes.

The exhibition aims to inspire viewers with the resilience of active residents of Kyiv region and motivate them to join the recovery volunteering.

The exhibition was first presented in Kyiv, on the popular glass pedestrian and bicycle bridge that has become a symbol of Ukrainian resilience, and then went on tour across Ukraine. Kropyvnytskyi became the eleventh city to present the exhibition.

The mission of the B50 community is to restore de-occupied communities. To help the territories affected by the russian invasion return to normal life. As part of their projects, B50 volunteers help rebuild homes to strengthen community capacity, minimize the impact of war on children, promote their development, and more.

The exhibition will run until October 8.