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How to help Ukrainians: These organizations are looking for donations


Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, Russian troops have entered Kyiv, crowds of Ukrainian residents have fled their homes, and Ukrainian officials have urged citizens staying in Kyiv to prepare Molotov cocktails to defend their capital. In response, countries around the world have started imposing economic sanctions on Russia.

As the crisis unfolds, and people around the world watch the war escalate in real-time, many are left wondering how they can help. Making a donation might seem like a drop in the bucket during these times, but it's a good place to start (and a much better than doomscrolling Twitter). On Thursday, when Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, 317 people raised $400,000 in crypto donations to help support Ukrainian forces.

Below are some organizations working to help Ukrainians during this crisis.

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Relief for Ukraine
Mercy Chefs has deployed to provide immediate food relief for Ukrainians crossing the border into Romania and for those running out of supplies in Ukraine. Right now, we are mobilizing emergency relief food distribution from a warehouse space along the border across the border into areas of great need. We are partnering with local churches and missionaries doing everything they can to help their neighbors and communities.

The biggest needs we see right now are pantry staples, baby formula, hygiene products, and diapers. We are working to provide the most relief we can for those in desperate need of basic necessities. Our team will be assessing long-term needs and opportunities in hopes of providing continued relief by establishing a field kitchen to begin providing hot meals in the coming weeks and months.



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