Donation to support Save the Children in aid of Ukraine


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| by Mathias | published under Charity

We have been deeply moved by the current events in Ukraine. Now, we want to do something in aid of peace and the people struggling during these difficult times. We see a great solidarity with people in Ukraine, who are suffering greatly, and with the people in Russia and Belarus who are courageously protesting against the war.


To help humanitarian workers working in Ukraine and the countries where refugees are fleeing, we have decided to immediately donate 10,000 EUR to the aid organization "Save the Children".

Donation to support Save the Children in aid of Ukraine

Since 2014, Save the Children has been active in Ukraine to assist children and their families. Currently, their teams are working in four refugee camps and supporting arriving families to the best of their ability. The children and their mothers receive toys, hygiene kits, diapers and protective masks from them. They have set up a safe play and learning space for children in a refugee registration center, where they specifically take care of the refugees' needs.
 

Furthermore, we are happy to match our team member’s donations to charitable organizations with our “Donation Doubler“ program.

 

Let’s show all solidarity and stand together!

© Dan Stewart / Save the Children

Save the Children has set up distribution stations along the Romanian border to provide refugee children and their families from Ukraine with essential goods such as food, water and blankets as well as toys.
© Dan Stewart / Save the Children

 

© Camelia Iordache/Salvati Copiii (Save the Children) Romania

Hundreds of thousands of children and their families are fleeing Ukraine and seeking protection in neighboring countries. Save the Children is on site and helps at the border crossings.
© Camelia Iordache/Salvati Copiii (Save the Children) Romania

 

© Nashua Nanah / Save the Children

A Save the Children shelter and play room near the Ukrainian-Romanian border.
© Nashua Nanah / Save the Children

 

The use of the photos (Copyright ©) is made with kind permission from Save the Children Deutschland e.V.