Rotary Responds – Ukrainian Crisis

You can donate today with 100% of the proceeds going to support Citizens in Ukraine. Rotary Hamilton is helping with Ukraine Crisis Assistance

The world is witnessing a vast humanitarian crisis unfold in the Ukraine.  The crisis in Ukraine is having devastating consequences on civilians as families flee their homes. According to the United Nations, more than 3 million people, most of them women and children, have sought refuge in neighbouring countries and across Europe, while about 2 million more people have been displaced within Ukraine.

President Alex Moroz and Director of Communications talk about how to donate to support those in need in the Ukraine.

Rotarians around the world are responding to the needs of the people of Ukraine. The Rotary Club of Hamilton is responding by immediately releasing funds to support aid through ShelterBox. The Rotary Club of Hamilton’s Board of Directors has allocated $1500 to support ShelterBox in the Ukraine.

ShelterBox is working closely with Rotary and other humanitarian partners on the ground to get aid to those who need it most. ShelterBox is providing lifesaving aid for families in the Ukraine.

As military activities escalate in Ukraine, millions of people are on the move, desperately trying to flee to safety. Innocent civilians are being killed, families and lives are being torn apart.

ShelterBox is responding to the Ukraine crisisThey are working on three projects – two within Ukraine and one to support refugees fleeing the county

To find out how ShelterBox is aiding visit The Ukraine Crisis Explained – ShelterBox Canada

The Rotary Club of Hamilton is united in the call for peace, and condemns the actions of war on the Ukraine. We are encouraging Rotary members to support the crisis in the Ukraine through ShelterBox or other organizations that are helping the people of the Ukraine.

Ukraine has 62 Rotary clubs and six satellite clubs with about 1,100 members, and 24 Rotaract clubs with more than 300 members. Poland has taken in more than a million refugees, and Rotary clubs all over the country created a central account for contributions. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of the Ukraine