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Stand for Ukraine Brighton & Hove proudly supports
THE RAY OF HOPE community initiative.
This group of volunteers worked from the beginning of the full-scale invasion to collect humanitarian aid and deliver it to those in Ukraine.
The group uses several approaches to fundraising, such as running JustGiving campaigns, participating in fundraising events, and running craft stalls at craft fairs selling self-made or donated craft items.
In 2023, the initiative managed to supply 16 tons of humanitarian aid, including medical items worth over £ 24,000.
We thank our supporters and donors for their continuous support. Together, we are making a difference in Ukraine.
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How you may help
What items we collect:
First aid necessities
Pet food and pet care items
Baby care items (food, new clothing), hygiene items
Candles and candle stubs
People may donate items at All Saints Church during the Ukrainian drop-in sessions (between 13 a.m. to 15 p.m.).
People can donate the candles at All Saints Church, Hove, BN3 3PB between 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday to Friday, Saturday during the Ukrainian drop-in sessions (between 13 a.m. to 15 p.m.), and Sunday after the 10:30 a.m. service.
Please take your candles to the Parish Office, where a member of staff can help you.
Medical supplys to Ukraine
The project is raising money to purchase and deliver medical supplys to Ukraine
200 Israeli bandages, 161 Сelox rapid, 333 CAT tourniquets, 10 chest seals, 10 stretchers, and 6 splint are already sent to Ukraine
Support animals affected by the war in Ukraine - closed
The project is raising money to purchase and deliver pet food and pet care items to Ukraine. We are working with a charity in the Kharkiv region, which russian attacks have badly damaged. We also work with the veterinary hospital for working dogs, such as sniffer dogs.
After the disaster of Nova Kahovka Dam and the flooding of part of the Kherson Region, we also support shelters that host rescued animals.
More than 3 tonnes of pet food and pet care items were sent to Ukraine and 500 killogrames are waiting for the delivery.
Generators for Ukraine - closed
This project is raising money to purchase and deliver electrical generators, and large power banks (power stations) for the Ukrainian non-profit organization Hromadska Varta which provides immediate humanitarian Aid in Kharkiv Region and on territories recently freed from the russian invasion.
More than 45 generators are delivered to Ukraine
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