“The W 64th thru 67th Streets Block Association was looking for a way to express concern and support for Ukraine,” wrote Chris Giordano, president of the association.
Lincoln Center provided it.
Showing support @lincolncenter pic.twitter.com/UvpSR4Mt0i
— W 64th thru 67th Streets Block Association (@6467_block) March 1, 2022
Thank you so much. Please everyone look at the charities that are taking donations to help the Ukranians and donate.
Ida Bae Wells is saying Europe is not a continent.
It’s a continent by convention, not by geography.
Speaking of charities are there any that are recommended? I gave to Nova Ukraine 🇺🇦 but are there others? So much will be needed to help with the displaced families.
You might want to look at Direct Relief,
(www.directrelief.org) on Charity Navigator where it has a four-star rating. You can direct your donation to the Ukraine Crisis
Since the whole travel industry is still trying to ramp up from the pandemic, Airbnb is donating free temporary housing to refugees. They’re taking donations also.
It is amazing how real estate is accessed creatively to solve human crisis…
…maybe we will learn how to solve our human crisis in NYC by purchasing apartments for those without in our very own neighborhoods? Maybe??
That’s a link to ‘How to Help Ukrainians!’ by the Gale Brewer team.
We all are Ukrainian on some days in NYC.
I hear the lines at Veselka (LES, of course – not the UWS) are blocks long!
These are two that I vetted and donated money to:
World Central Kitchen:
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Any synagogue: B’nai Jeshurun
Any church: St. Paul and St. Andrew
Any mosque: Please help with names.
If you need guidance, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org