At the weekend in Kiev on the territory of the “Art Plant Platform” was the third in a row the festival Charity Weekend. Recall, its founder and ideological inspirer is TV presenter Masha Efrosinina, and every year she invites to participate in the fest of more and more new stars. So, for the musical mood of the guests at the festival this time the singers Michelle Andrade, Tayanna and NK (Nastya Kamensky) answered, and the main headliner became Monatik.
In addition to the music program, nine zones were organized at the event, in which media personalities also took part. So, in the space for pregnant women it was possible to work out yoga together with TV presenter Valentina Khamayko, which, we recall, is preparing herself for the fourth time to become a mother. And in the zone for the popes one could meet the showman and TV presenter Andrei Shabanov. Also at the festival there was a children’s amusement park, beauty zone (for 100 UAH one could make a make-up from a stylist who works with the stars), and a sports ground.
Also, Efrosinina attracted her current competitor for the show “Dancing with the Sleeves”, trainer and expert on losing weight Anita Lutsenko, who conducted an open training for everyone who wanted to participate in the festival. By the way, during her time Anita confessed that exactly such exercises in her training are used by her ward, singer Vera Brezhneva. As at the previous Charity Weekend festivals, guests could buy various treats from the hands of Ukrainian stars who turned out on that day for the counter. So, in the role of salesmen visited Jamal, actress Catherine Kisten, TV presenter Gregory Reshetnik and Nadezhda Matveeva, designer Katerina Silchenko and many others. They sold mostly useful sweets – cookies, gingerbread, cakes and cakes.
In addition to entertainment, at the festival, visitors were able to examine their children and receive advice from various specialists. As Segodnya learned, about 10,000 people visited the event, and the organizers managed to collect a record for Charity Weekend – almost 2 million 230 thousand hryvnia! Recall that all funds collected at the festival will be used to purchase a new X-ray machine at the Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology. “Perhaps in the near future our Charity Weekend will go beyond Kiev, and this will be an incredible happiness for each of us,” Masha Efrosinina told of her future plans.