When innocent people die near the Slovak border, love must be set aside for a while. Dara Rolins gave up her comfort, left her partner Pavel Nedvěd at home and set out to build a crisis center for Ukrainian refugees with her daughter Laura. And she said she didn’t want to talk about it at all, but…
The war has been raging in Ukraine for over a week, and thousands of refugees are heading to the Czech Republic. The singer Dara Rolins, who for a time gave up loving moments with Pavel Nedvěd and took part in building a crisis center in Prague’s Vinohrady, also wants to help them.
“I know it’s up to each of us, our conscience and how to help. There are several ways and ways. And even though I felt I wanted to continue to help quietly because I didn’t do it to be praised or evaluated by my level of help, I decided to write about one of my activities today,“she wrote on the instagram.
In the center for Ukrainian families, who often had to flee their country almost without anything, the singer’s daughter Laura also joined in.
“A few days ago, my clever friends set up a crisis center that wants to take care of the most vulnerable souls: small children, babies, mothers and pregnant women who were forced to leave their country in a hurry and with one small suitcase. Lola and I were there in person, helping at least a little with the construction, preparations, bringing in the necessary food, drugstore, diapers, clothes, “Rolins continued.
She is very happy that everything was ready so quickly. Pavel Nedvěd must be duly proud of her. “This crisis center in Balbínova Street in Vinohrady is already open and full of everything that Ukrainian mothers and their families may need. Send it on in all directions that there is a place where Ukrainian families can take anything for free, a wide range of everything that entails the needs of everyday life,“she concluded.
This is how Dara encouraged the Czechia during the covid pandemic: