There is no doubt that youth, as the most proactive part of the public, using various communication channels (primarily social media), could unite and instantly accumulate resources to help the state facing the enemy. In a digitalized and globalized world where there are no physical borders, information is spread and located in seconds.
Thanks to this feature, civic activists and other concerned citizens spread news about the situation in Ukraine, share tragic stories of their friends and their own, open fundraisers to help the military and the victims, etc. Many public and political figures, young scientists, and businessmen have reoriented their activities to meet the requirements of wartime: joining the Armed Forces, volunteering, researching the roots of the Russian-Ukrainian war, fighting Russian propaganda, opening centers to help victims, and so on. This created a solid foundation for Ukraine's resilience, which was led by young people.