Elina Svitolina, now Monfils, predicted that the end of the Ukraine-Russia war is near and plans to help Ukrainians by raising funds at her upcoming annual gala. “On Friday, December 2, 2022, she celebrated the Annual Gala Dinner, which will be held for the first time at the Monaco Yacht Club.
The funds raised during this evening, placed under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, will be used to finance the programs established by @esvitolinafoundation since 2019, including the post-war Ukrainian tennis recovery program, but also to continue the logistical and material support provided to the families of the beneficiaries severely affected by the war in Ukraine.
For me, this is an opportunity to once again remind everyone that the war continues. My goal is to bring together those who support Ukraine and find new friends and partners for my Foundation. The team and I firmly believe in victory and are already thinking about restoring the post-war sports infrastructure.
Young talents who fled the country due to the war should know that they will soon be welcomed back home,” Svitolina announced on Instagram.
Svitolina showed the impact of Russian missiles in Ukraine
About three weeks ago, tennis star Elina Svitolina shared some images showing the impact of ruthless Russian attacks on Ukraine that intensified in October.
Along with the images, Svitolina sent a motivational message and urged people to donate to help Ukraine. “For the past 2 days, Russia has launched more than hundreds of kamikaze missiles and drones at our homeland. Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odessa, Lviv, Zaporizhzhia, Sumy, Kryvyi Rih, Dnipro…
The enemy is pissed off at his own weakness on the front lines, taking revenge on innocent civilians; people just go to work and take their children to school. I want to emphasize the fact that no rocket, shelling or attack will break the Ukrainians.
They can take away our houses and entire streets, but not our dignity, courage and desire for freedom. We will defend Ukraine. We will fight until we win. In these dark days, let your emotions turn into donations. Support Ukraine and donate to @u24.gov.ua,” Svitolina said on Instagram.
Related: Svitolina shows the impact of hundreds of Russian missiles and kamikaze drones.