Vladimir refugee, was born in the city of Donetsk on February 28, 2005. He was raised by his mother, he does not know his father.
In 2012, he went to school in Donetsk, when Vladimir was in the 3rd grade, the war broke out and he, like thousands of other refugees with his family, came to Odessa from Donetsk.
Little Vladimir and his mother were accommodated in a social hostel for internally displaced persons.In Odessa, Vladimir entered the 113th school, and then the family was again moved to another hostel and he had to change school again from 4th to 9th grade.
Volodya's mother is a disabled person of the first group in a wheelchair. She herself brings up him and his younger brother, who was 3 years old when he moved to Odessa.
The family left for Odessa in 2014, and because of the terrible events with military actions in Donetsk, they had to stay here for a long time.
His younger brother has congenital glaucoma, which requires surgery, and his mother has a very difficult time dealing with financial issues in order to provide for the family.
Family Very grateful for the help of medicines, diapers, which they receive from the UAC organization. Alexey brings help to the hostel, from him we learned about the student assistance program. Since childhood, Vladimir wanted to become an actor, to engage in acting.
After the 9th grade, he decided to try to enter the "Odessa Theatrical-Artistic College", where, despite a big competition, he managed to enter a budget place.
At the age of 12, he starred in a short film in the title role, which took part in the festival in Miami, New York and Los Angeles, and won prizes.
Vladimir Constantly takes part in performances of his hobbies: workout, programming, foreign languages, music. She dreams of being realized in life, and also being realized in acting.
Volodya really wants to go to the Karpenko Kary Institute after college. Vladimir is very grateful that he was accepted into the Scholarship program and hopes that the UAC, together with you, will help him achieve his dreams.
Vladimir is a very talented student doing excellently, just as he finished school with excellent marks. He promises to fulfill all the requirements for the students of the organization.
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