DCN Global Launches #LittleHumansForUkraine NFT Campaign To Support Ukrainian Children In Need

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The Digital Communication Network Global (DCN) is launching an NFT Collection of kids’ drawings to help children who have been affected by the war in Ukraine. All proceeds will go to Voices of Children, a charity with the stated mission of giving every child who has suffered from the war in Ukraine the psychological and psychosocial help they need.

DCN members on the ground collected drawings from kids in Ukraine, reflecting their feelings and emotions while living with the spectrum of war. The children’s artwork was turned into an NFT Collection that will be auctioned off to raise funds and draw attention to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

The auction will begin on Sunday, April 10 at 8:00 pm EST and kick off with a Twitter Spaces Discussion on Helping Ukrainian Children During the War: An NFT with a Dream.

DCN’s President, Nikos Panagiotou, said of the initiative, “It’s heartbreaking to look into children’s eyes, caught in crowded shelters or walking towards an uncertain future with a toy in their hands. Voices of Children use expert help and art to support them emotionally, wherever they are. For that reason, as a digital coalition, DCN decided to use technological means of the 21 Century to try to help children survive this brutal aggression resulting in hostility, violence, displacement, and family separation. The kids’ art tells the story and, with your generous support, can also help the children of Ukraine.”

About DCN Global

​​The Digital Communication Network Global is a robust collaborative network that connects professionals of the digital age from various backgrounds to generate ideas, tools, and products for media outlets, civil society organizations, businesses, and public authorities.

About Voices of Children

The Voices of Children charity, headquartered in Sloviansk, in the Donetsk region, was established in 2015 to support through art and other forms of therapy children in Eastern Ukraine in response to ongoing conflicts. While some staff has managed to evacuate and are working on training volunteers, many still reside in areas under siege amid constant shelling by Russian forces. Their mission and action, however, are very much alive.


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