DJs are parked up on ammunition boxes as volunteers shovel debris into tractors, occasionally taking breaks to let loose and cut some shapes.
“Volunteering is my lifestyle now,” she said.
One of the DJs, Oleksandr Buchinskiy, said the volunteers would love to just party without worrying, but the devastation the war has brought to their lives has made them feel obligated to help their country out.
“These are all young people that still have a passion for life, but they feel pain and are very sad and angry because of the war,” he said.
So far, the legends - which also include volunteers from Portugal, the USA, Germany, and more - have repaired 15 homes in the village and plan on moving to other villages when they finish in Yahdine.
A 68-year-old villager, Nina, said there’s no way their village could have been restored without the help of the ravers.
“They already repaired our windows, doors, and entrances. We couldn’t do it ourselves with our salaries or pensions. I’m thankful that they helped us.”
Big ups to these guys, it's unfathomable what they're going through, but to see them having a good time while helping out is truly inspirational.
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