Help Children Of Ukraine
As the situation in Ukraine escalates, many of us at Zwebra are left with emotions too overwhelming to name.
On February 24, 2022 Russian troops invaded Ukraine. Russia has launched numerous air strikes and has already fired more than 600 missiles toward a peaceful European country.
This unprecedented aggression has led to the destruction of entire cities and critical infrastructure, including civilian casualties.
In particular, children. Starting from the first day of the war and up to today, 176 children were killed. More than 324 were injured.
Many families were forced to abandon their homes and flee to other cities and countries.
It's Time to Act
Being a company with Ukrainian roots, we can’t stand aside. From the first days of the Russian invasion, we made donations for distribution to the Red Cross and to the Ukrainian army (link below), which heroically fights, protecting civilians, democracy and sovereignty of the country.
Every day we receive messages from our clients, friends and everyone we know. We see your willingness to help!
The staff from our Ukrainian office have already assembled a team of volunteers who organize all logistics on delivery of clothes and food to families with children from the evacuated cities.
Now it’s your turn!
How Funds Will Be Used
Money raised will be used to buy clothing, diapers, and baby formulas for refugees. They will be delivered to refugee families with children, as well as to boarding schools relocated from large cities to regions not affected by war.
We will post photos and reports of the use of your donations on our social media.
Our goal is to help Ukrainian children and families with children who require immediate support.
Zwebra is contributing the first $3,000 to launch this campaign.
From all of us at Zwebra, thank you!
Donate to Help Children in Ukraine
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We are truly grateful for your support.
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The National Bank of Ukraine has opened a special fundraising account to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The central bank’s decision comes after the Ukrainian government imposed martial law throughout Ukraine in response to armed aggression by Russia and the renewed threat to Ukraine’s independence and territorial integrity.