Joanne Rowling

J.K. Rowling asks to help Ukrainian orphans


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British writer and author of Harry Potter Joanne Rowling has launched an appeal to help the 100,000 children trapped in orphanages in Ukraine during the war. The author tweeted about this initiative.

Here’s the link. Everyone can send funds to support Ukrainian children.


«Right now, our team is working in Ukraine, in neighbouring countries, and with trusted partners in the region to provide assistance to children trapped in orphanages, to provide emergency food, hygiene and medical kits, to help keep some of the most vulnerable children safe, and support families, foster carers and emergency foster carers. We need your help», — stated on the web-page.


J.K. Rowling is a British author, screenwriter and film producer. The most popular English children’s writer of the early third millennium, the author of a series of novels about Harry Potter.


It will be recalled that the cult American writer Stephen King posted his photo in a T-shirt that says «I stand with Ukraine».


Also, recently, a photo of the famous American writer Margaret Atwood from a rally in support of Ukraine was posted on the Internet.


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