The tragedy in Ukraine is simply horrible. We did a little digging and learned about the local Ukrainian American Community Center. They are a volunteer 501 c(3) non-profit organization and have stepped in to help raise some funds specifically for medical supplies and protective gear for EMTs and other first responders that are helping with the refugees.
I spoke with Paul Jablonsky, the President of the society and help told me that since they are all volunteer, 100% of your donation will get channeled to organizations that they’ve vetted that are in there working directly with the refugees.
Please ACT today to support Ukraine and reduce loss of life and a devastating destruction of a beautiful nation! Ukrainian Americans and our friends in Minnesota and Midwest are united to stop war and save lives of people we love and cherish as our brothers and sister.
On February 24th, Russia invaded Ukraine, unleashing the most horrific human tragedy of our times. Please ACT TODAY to support Ukraine and reduce the loss of life and the devastation of a beautiful nation!
They are grateful for the tremendous response to our campaign to relieve the suffering caused by this unprovoked attack. Please stand with the people of Ukraine by responding to the urgent need for humanitarian, refugee, medical and soldiers and families aids. Thank you for your continued generosity!
They also mentioned that you can follow and donate as well on their Facebook Page.
For more information, you can also checkout their website.
One note, Paul asked that if you are thinking about a larger donation, i.e. more than $500, please consider sending them a check in an effort to avoid the PayPal fees. Please feel free to reach out to them for more information.
Thanks for helping out!
Oh, and Kudos to David Ross, CEO of Ross Video. They donated $100,000 to Ukraine Humanitarian Relief Efforts. Wow! Here’s the link: https://www.rossvideo.com/ross-video-and-its-ceo-of-ukrainian-heritage-donate-100000-to-the-international-red-cross-sever-all-business-with-russia-and-call-on-other-ceos-to-help