In schools in Orenburg, parents of students are required to buy clothes, medicines and household items for the Russian military in Ukraine. 7x7 writes about it.
The list with things was sent to educational institutions by the city Council of Women. Parents are required to purchase underpants, socks, warm clothes, shoes, bandages, plasters, power banks, toilet paper, and so on. In addition, the Women's Union asks parents and children to put drawings and letters to "warriors with kind warm words" in boxes with parcels.
A 7x7 reader said that those who refuse to buy things for the military are “shamed.” Parents and students are told that they "do not love their homeland and do not want to help the army."
Since the beginning of the war, public institutions in Russia have regularly organized collections of money or things for the Russian military in Ukraine. So, funds for the purchase of military equipment were collected in Volgograd in the Vista children's circle. Parents were required to collect 300 thousand rubles for night vision devices and a diesel heater.