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Ways to Support Ukraine

Our Executive Director's step-brother, Shaun, has served in the Peace Corps for the past couple of years, teaching English to Ukraine Students. He was in Ukraine when Russia began the invasion, and safely made it to Poland, where he is now. He is doing everything he can to help civilians in need. He rounded up this list of credible, capable organizations that were forwarded to him from a very trusted, diplomatic source. They will deliver essential aid in an extremely timely fashion. Please consider assisting Ukrainians in this dire time of need and keep Ukraine in your hearts.

Executive Director, Sarah Nelson, and her husband celebrate Shaun's Visit home from Ukraine & Accomplishments in the Peace Corps

Humanitarian Support

Razom was created to provide urgent help and support in face of an extreme and unforeseen situation in Ukraine. The current emergency response is focused on purchasing medical supplies for critical situations like blood loss and other tactical medicine items.

This organization provides medical aid and sustainable living standards to Ukrainian soldiers and family members as well as people who suffered and were affected by military conflict in the ATO zone (anti-terrorist operation in Eastern Ukraine). Their organization is the only means of support for many soldiers with unique and complicated rehabilitation cases.

They are committed to supporting Ukrainian hospitals with modern medical equipment and supplies. They are close to reaching their goal of raising $500,000 that will make it possible for them to send twenty 40-foot containers of medical supplies to Ukrainian hospitals in Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv, and other areas in need.

This account was opened on February 24th in an urgent effort to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This account accepts multiple currencies and was opened to accept transfers from international partners and donors.

The Kyiv Independent is a world-trusted media source that provides essential information to people about what's going on in Ukraine. From cyberattacks to bombings to ground invasions - it is hard to predict what the days ahead will bring. The Kyiv Independent is doing everything they can to report the facts on the ground so people can respond.

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