Ukraine collection ends at school, still ways to help

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A message from the Capital Region Ukrainian community…

Thank you to everyone who donated medical supplies to help the people of Ukraine. As of March 21, a total of 26 pallets of humanitarian aid were collected throughout the Capital Region and shipped overseas. Your donation has aided this effort, and we appreciate your generosity. 

There will no longer be a school-based collection of medical supplies for Ukraine. As of now, the best way to support this effort is through monetary donations to offset high shipping costs.

While the school collection is ending, medical supplies are still being accepted at various Ukrainian churches throughout the Capital Region through April 1. The list can be found below.

Additional ways to get involved and help the people of Ukraine can be found on the 518 Ukrainians Facebook Page

Medical supplies can still be dropped off at area Ukrainian churches thru April 1

  • Bandaids/bandages
  • Antibacterial wipes/creams
  • Burn cream
  • Antifungal cream
  • Burn pads
  • Neck braces
  • CPR masks
  • Disposable gloves
  • Emergency blankets
  • Gauze
  • Hydrocortisone cream
  • Backpacks 10 x 19 x 14
  • First aid kits

Thank you for supporting this BCHS-led effort!