Case study: Ukrainian Aid
In March this year, Presidium Network started fundraising for aid for Ukraine.
Since then, they have raised over £240,000 for the cause in offline and offline donations.
We caught up with them to find out how their fundraising is going.
"It's been a busy time for us. Since we began supporting Ukraine we have delivered 2,000 tonnes of aid through our distribution points in Poland and Romania to East and South Ukraine. The majority has been to the front-line positions."
"We have evacuated over 600 disabled children and orphans and are one of the only organisations that have successfully delivered medical supplies to Ukrainian hospitals and citizens in the Russian-occupied territory. 83% of those evacuated were orphans and a further 61% were disabled children. 96% were placed outside the country with our specialist partner organisations."
"We delivered 70,000 litres of water to a cancer hospital in Ukraine."
"And we raised awareness of prisoners captured by the Russian Forces, including aid workers in the international media, and formally assisted the UK government with prisoner releases. "
You can make a donation and find out more about Presidium Network's Ukraine campaign here:
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