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In response to this unprecedented refugee crisis, our non-for-profit Leadership Center is collecting funds to support Ukrainian refugees
The Pataki Center has been providing displaced Ukrainian families with essential aid since our first mission in March 2022, which Pataki announced with Oleksii Holubov, Consul General of Ukraine in New York. With funds collected through the Ukrainian Relief fund, the Center has led 5 major mission trips to Ukraine, delivering over 150 tons of essential food, housing, hygiene, and medical supplies thus far. As of March 2023, 1,000+ Industrial Heaters with generators were donated to Ukraine, providing heat for 250,000 people.
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As the war unfortunately looms, the refugees are in most need of basic food, housing and medical supplies. There are 5 million refugees who left Ukraine, however 10 million refugees are internally displaced refugees from eastern Ukraine. These Eastern Ukrainian refugees who relocated to the western part of Ukraine, and are in dire need of help, often not receiving international aid directly.
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