Eyewitness Stories

Learn more about what is happening on the ground in Ukraine and Eastern Europe to address the current humanitarian crisis. Read stories and eyewitness accounts from aid workers who are helping displaced Ukrainians on the frontlines in Eastern Europe and their continued work here in the United States.

David Jacobs - Humanitarian Volunteer

David Jacobs - Humanitarian Volunteer

David, a volunteer for the Ukrainian humanitarian crisis in Krakow, Poland shares his admiration of the Ukrainian people and requests aid to assist in the ongoing relief efforts.

Keith's Saga - First Contact

Keith's Saga - First Contact

Keith is not Ukrainian, he doesn't speak the language, he has no personal connection to the region. He simply felt compelled to help. This is his story in his own words.

Rebecca Shipley - Expat Humanitarian

Rebecca Shipley - Expat Humanitarian

She might live in California now, but that doesn't mean she has forgotten her friends in Krakow. In less than 2 weeks Rebecca has helped raise over $40K for Ukrainian refugees.

Grace and Love - The Hurrelbrinks

Grace and Love - The Hurrelbrinks

"So many situations that you will face here are just emotionally draining and very tiresome," Dan writes. Yet he and Maria face every challenge with grace and love.

Keith's Saga - Humanitarian Taxi

Keith's Saga - Humanitarian Taxi

On the ground, armed with a rental car equivalent to a RAV-4, Keith is helping people evacuate Lviv one overstuffed car ride at a time. Read the emails he is sending home to friends.

Soroptimist International - Krakow

Soroptimist International - Krakow

Soroptimist International provides charity and aid in every community represented by one of their thousands of clubs around the world. They truly are “women helping women” as their tenants proclaim.

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