Company collecting supplies to help Ukrainian refugees

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On Friday, the Locust Point company will organize a supply campaign for Ukrainian refugees

The people of Baltimore want to help those affected by the war in Ukraine, and on Friday there is a chance to do so. A Locust Point company is organizing a food campaign for the refugees and for them, it’s personal. The war in Ukraine is personal for Arthur Olshansky. Not only was he born there, but his IT company, Klik Solutions, has an office in Kyiv. There are 17 employees there – some now defending the town, others fleeing to safety – as the Russian army closes in. Olshansky checks as much as he can to see how they are. panic, of course. They are very proud of Ukraine, very proud of their country and so they are ready to do whatever they have to do to defend their country, and we think they are right,” Olshansky said. Seeing the war unfold on the news, Olshansky felt helpless and decided to act. So he organized a fundraiser for supplies to send to Ukrainian refugees, collecting things like non-perishable food, warm clothes, blankets, first aid kits and toiletries, diapers – whatever. that people displaced from their homes might need. drop off items Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Klik Solutions Corporate Headquarters at Locust Point 1000 Key Highway East.| LINK: Klik Solutions is collecting donations (Click here) “Also, we are looking for volunteers. If anyone wants to come and spend a few hours helping us pack, as I said, we are expecting a lot here tomorrow , so extra hands won’t be refused,” Olshansky said. The goods will be packed, shipped, and are expected to depart on a flight from Newark, New Jersey on Tuesday and land in Poland the next day for distribution. The way people from Baltimore can really help people devastated by a sudden war make them feel more comfortable,” he said. They will also be accepting monetary donations on Friday. Links for monetary donations to UkraineHelp UkraineErnst ProstRed CrossUNICEFNational Bank of Ukraine

The people of Baltimore want to help those affected by the war in Ukraine, and on Friday there is a chance to do so. A Locust Point company is organizing a food campaign for the refugees and for them, it’s personal.

The war in Ukraine is personal for Arthur Olshansky.

Not only was he born there, but his IT company, Klik Solutions, has an office in Kyiv. There are 17 employees there – some now defending the town, others fleeing to safety – as the Russian army closes in.

Olshansky checks as much as he can to see how they are.

“Amazingly, a lot of confidence, panic, of course. They are very proud of Ukraine, very proud of their country and so they are ready to do whatever they have to do to defend their country, they believe, and we believe they’re right,” Olshansky said.

Seeing the war unfold on the news, Olshansky felt helpless and decided to act. So he organized a fundraiser for supplies to send to Ukrainian refugees, collecting things like non-perishable food, warm clothes, blankets, first aid kits and toiletries, diapers – whatever people displaced from their homes might need.

Everyone is welcome to drop off items Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Klik Solutions corporate office at Locust Point 1000 Key Highway East.

| LINK: Klik Solutions collects donations (Click here)

“Also, we are looking for volunteers. If anyone wants to come and spend a few hours helping us pack, like I said, we’re expecting a lot here tomorrow, so extra hands won’t be turned down. .” says Olshansky.

The goods will be packed, shipped and are expected to depart on a flight from Newark, New Jersey on Tuesday and land in Poland the following day for distribution.

Olshansky said it’s a way for Baltimore residents to genuinely help those devastated by sudden war.

“We think it will help somehow. It will help people – maybe it will spread further in Ukraine and make someone panic, afraid that people will be afraid that it will put them at risk. comfortable,” he said.

They will also be accepting cash donations on Friday.

Links for making monetary donations to Ukraine

Help Ukraine

Ernst Prost

Red Cross

UNICEF

National Bank of Ukraine

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