UNICEF USA and Nova Ukraine Unite for Children of Ukraine

Nova Ukraine is uniting with  UNICEF USA by launching an  online fundraiser aiming to raise $2 million to support UNICEF’s emergency response in Ukraine and neighboring countries. The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is having a devastating impact on children and their families. Millions of people are fleeing their homes to find safety in other parts of the country or across Ukraine’s borders. As of now over 3 million people have crossed into Poland, Romania, Moldova, and other countries, and the latest numbers indicate at least 3 million more are displaced internally.

“The sheer number of refugee children and mothers being forced to leave their home while escaping from war is beyond devastating. Our hearts go out to all those affected by this cruel war and rely on us right now, more than ever before. Partnering with UNICEF USA will allow us to rapidly assist children with critical needs. UNICEF USA and Nova Ukraine will collaborate to improve both of our programs supporting Ukrainians during this time of war and the biggest Humanitarian crisis in Europe since World War II.” Said Yulia Zi, a co-founder of Nova Ukraine

UNICEF USA is incredibly grateful for the support of organizations like Nova Ukraine, especially because they represent the concerns of the Ukrainian diaspora here in the United States,” said Leslie Goldman, Vice President, Global Causes Partnerships at UNICEF USA. “Children and families in Ukraine are in desperate need of safety, health care, nutrition, safe water, and protection. UNICEF can’t do this work alone and the funds raised through this fundraiser will help us reach the most vulnerable.”

UNICEF has over 75 years of humanitarian response expertise. Nova Ukraine has eight years of experience working with a trusted network of partners in many regions of Ukraine. With funds and awareness raised, both organizations can help deliver emergency aid and critical long-term support to where it matters most.


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