UK & Romania together for Ukrainian refugees

by UK and Romania for Ukraine refugees in London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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On 10th April 2022 we successfully raised £385 with 6 supporters in 42 days

Ukrainian Refugees, Mothers with Children, fleeing the conflict from neighboring Ukraine are at the Romanian-Ukrainian border. They need you

by UK and Romania for Ukraine refugees in London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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Romanians in the UK together with our British friends starts this fundraise in support to  "Inima de Copil"Charity (Heart of a Child) a 35th Years old Romanian charity, pledging for  urgent help for Ukrainian Refugees, Mothers and Children.  

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The majority of refugees coming now to Romania in search for shelter are single mothers with children.

"The queue of Ukrainian refugees, desperate to flee the war raging in their home country, snakes for miles back into Ukraine from the crossing point at the Romanian town of Siret. Most of those trying to cross are women and children, due to Ukrainian rules restricting travel for men aged between 18 and 60.

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On the Romanian side , volunteers hold signs offering accommodation, transport and mobile phone hotspots to allow refugees to stay in contact with friends and relatives back home. But the slow progress through the patrol area means the number of volunteers sometimes outnumbers the refugees available to be helped.

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"It’s just heartbreaking,” says one Romanian volunteer, we are overwhelmed." wrote Scottish papers. 

There is a high risk for Mothers that can't find financial resources for day to day necessary for the children. Here we need to step up all and help. The needs are endless but the most important ones are food, a place to sleep, the need for hygienic products and any kind of support they can get to find a safe place.

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Romania need financial support to can cope with the wave of Ukrainian refugees now, Romanian citizens been the bravest these days. 

 Thousands of Volunteers, common people, companies, charities, all going the extra miles in giving all they can for helping the Ukrainian neighbors in fleeing the war zone.

Any  small donation can make the difference between a hungry child or to feed a child, can give shelter the single mums with their children. 

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Being generous and kind, being supportive is human and is part of our kind.

We want to thank you in the name of Ukrainian Children, refugees in Romania! 

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