All of us are upset by what is happening in Ukraine, especially when we see some of the heart wrenching photos of children and families fleeing their homeland which is being overtaken by another country.
In Our Community: Ukraine Fundraiser
Hello CHS Members,
A friend of mine, Tracy Fink, has put together a list of much needed items for people in the Ukraine. She has partnered with Pandemic of Love and Global Empowerment Mission and created a wishlist on Amazon based on their recommendations.
How it works: You buy from her wishlist link below and the items go to a Florida warehouse for processing and then onto Poland/Ukraine. Make sure you use the GEM/Doral FL (warehouse) shipping address. Please don't buy anything not specified on the list.
In our Community: Hunterdon Health Care
Attached is a copy of a letter June Filipski received from Phil Beekman, Sr VP of Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation, outlining how they are joining with other hospitals to send supplies. They have committed $20K, but will use additional donations to purchase more supplies.
If you would like to join the Health System in supporting these efforts, you can make a tax-deductible donation through Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation. 100% of your donation will be used for the purchase of additional medical supplies for Ukrainian hospitals. Please visit the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation website (hltps://foundation.hunterdonhealthcare.org) and click on the yellow "DONATE" button located at the top of the screen. Once redirected, enter in your desired donation amount in the space provided, and under "Gift Designation" click on the option "Direct my gift to" and then select "Ukraine Humanitarian Relief' from the drop-down list.
Follow these steps:
1. click to their web https://foundation.hunterdonhealthcare.org/,
2. click donate,
3. scroll to inputting dollar amount
4. select “Direct my gift to”
5. and then scroll down to the end
to “Ukraine Humanitarian relief. “
In our church - Episcopal Relief and Development
As always, Episcopal Relief and Development is reaching out with support in a crisis.
As we pray for an end to violence and for those fleeing Ukraine, please also pray for Episcopal Relief & Development and other ecumenical agencies working to respond to the current crisis. Specific needs will change as the crisis evolves. As of right now, there is a need for cash, blankets and hygiene supplies. Please consider partnering with Episcopal Relief & Development in this response. Visit episcopalrelief.org for more information. Attached is a flyer.
Go to the website (https://www.episcopalrelief.org/what-you-can-do/give/donate-now/individual-donation/) and choose Ukraine Crisis Response Fund.
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