Send urgent relief to Ukrainian families in war-torn areas. Help provide critically needed Winter Relief kits containing food, warmth, and comfort.
Families remaining in war-torn areas of Ukraine are suffering, without food or heat, and winter is here. They need you now.
As the war continues into the frigid winter months, donations to support relief efforts are declining around the globe—meanwhile, the need is greater than ever.
In the nine months since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Greater Good Charities has worked to provide critical funding and support to help with the immediate needs of the people and pets in impacted areas. While many families have fled to neighboring countries to escape the shelling and aerial attacks, many more remain stranded at home, where buildings are crumbling and many resources have been destroyed or seized.
Now, Ukrainians face the threat of brutal winter, its dangers intensified given the severe damage to infrastructure. While temperatures drop well below freezing, people in destroyed villages find themselves without electricity, fearful to walk around outside due to landmines and other explosive remnants. Greater Good Charities is committed to the long-term support of Ukrainian people and their pets.
Families who remain in their home country need your help more than ever. You can help provide relief for these brave Ukrainians this GivingTuesday with your donation to our Winter Relief Kit Drive. Each kit includes hygiene items, ingredients to make 80 meals, warm socks, fleece jackets, and even pet food for those caring for animals.
Thanks to your generous donations, we will be sending 2,269 Winter Relief kits directly to Ukrainian families this winter!
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.
Since me and mine have a roof over our heads and know where our next meal is coming from, I feel like this is the very least
I can do. Merry Christmas everyone.