Nova Ukraine Delivers Monthly Record for Generators to Ukraine
Cision PR NewswireMarch 23, 2023
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“We’ve had these discussions countless times,” said Igor Markov, a director of the nonprofit Nova Ukraine, about where to draw the line between what aid is humanitarian versus that which supports the active defense — the fighting — in his home country. His Stanford, California-based organization, which delivered some $59 million in aid to Ukraine since Russia invaded a year ago, decided ultimately not to support volunteer fighters.
“We realized there’s a significant amount of money that would be ruled out,” he said, pointing to platforms that facilitate matching employee donations, like Benevity, and some companies, like Google, that require nonprofits to promise their aid does not support active fighting as a condition of receiving contributions.Read More
Thanks to Veritas Investments in partnership with Nova Ukraine, newly arrived Ukrainian refugees have a place to stay for a period of 3 months in San Francisco.Read More
San Jose officials announced Thursday that the city will donate more than $1 million in safety equipment to first responders in Ukraine.
The city plans to send 373 self-contained breathing apparatus air packs, 600 mask-mounted regulators, 183 air cylinders and several hundred self-contained breathing apparatus masks to the relief organizations Nova Ukraine and Firefighter Air Ukraine.Read More
As we mark World Refugee Day, an international day to honor refugees, we invite you to celebrate the strength and courage of all those forced to flee their homes in…Read More