From the Mintable blog.
On 24 February 2022, Russian forces began their invasion of Ukraine in an escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War that began in 2014. Among those affected by the crisis are thousands of innocent children who have lost their homes and families.
Kids of Ukraine is an NFT fundraising project dedicated to providing essential aid for the children in Ukraine affected by the war. The contract is hard-coded to directly transfer all mint proceeds and 100% of secondary sales in perpetuity into the beneficiary’s wallet address. For as little as Ξ0.01, you too can make a difference and show your support for the Kids of Ukraine.
Supply : 9999
Mint price: Ξ0.01
The Beneficiary: Save The Children
Save The Children is an international humanitarian organization that has been protecting children around the world for more than 100 years.
In light of the Ukraine crisis, Save the Children is accepting donations to their Children’s Emergency Fund, which can help provide children and families at risk in Ukraine and around the world with immediate aid, such as food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support and cash assistance.
Their specialist teams also provide children with access to safe, inclusive, quality education. Together with schools and community centers, Save The Children works to help children overcome the mental and psychological impacts of their experiences of conflict and violence, and increase their resilience and ability to cope with stresses in their daily lives.
Find out more about the current situation in Ukraine, and the work that Save The Children does on their website.
Kids of Ukraine NFTs
Kids of Ukraine aims to raise Ξ100 for Save The Children’s Ukraine initiative through the sale of their NFTs. Created by Jaze Phua, the art director of the Moonsie NFT collection, Kids of Ukraine’s artwork features doodles of Ukrainian children holding various toys, symbolizing the childlike innocence and joy jeopardized by the current crisis.
There will be 9999 NFTs available for mint at Ξ0.01 ETH each.
This article came directly from the Mintable blog, found on https://editorial.mintable.app/2022/03/14/ukraine-nft-fundraiser-kids-of-ukraine/