Ways to help civilians in Ukraine

The human cost of Russia’s catastrophic decision to end negotiations and start killing humans by all means necessary is unfathomable.  My people went through something very similar in Sarajevo and all over Bosnia in the 1990s, so we know what it’s like to be in the heart of the aggression as well as to be forced to watch helplessly from afar.  But every little bit of care helps, I can tell you first hand – every package, every dollar, ever note of care and support on paper or on social media.  Don’t forget to reach out to your Ukranian friends maybe living in your city as well, and offer your support, care, and ask questions how you can help.  It matters, I know it does.

Every little act of care and compassion really helps to those most affected and their beloveds – nothing is too small.

Here are some initial resources to consider:

Find your representative in government and urge them to stop this killing of people in Ukraine – regardless of their political views:

Places to protest:

Please spend a few minutes on Google and you can find many more resources.

We are researching trusted, on-the-ground humanitarian organizations outside of the mainstream, who can often be much more effective, without the NGO overhead.

Stay tuned, get engaged, and show you care.