US$1,550.00raised of $16,800.00 goal
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Support the people of Ukraine, who are fighting to survive and fighting
to defend their homeland from the invading Russian army.
invasion on Feb. 24th there has been a wave of refugees into countries on Ukraine's
western border. Now over 3.7 million families; women, children and the
elderly, have left everything behind to seek
safety and refuge. They are coming across the border with what they can carry, all in immediate need of housing and supplies.
We can't help all of them, but we can do something. We have been helping collect and sort donations for families that have already arrived in coordination with the Breclav Chamber of Commerce, and have also been buying food, as well as making Fresh Start kits the arriving families. The kits contain laundry detergent, cleaning supplies, hygienic articles, baby food, and more. We also are preparing to sponsor one family to come to the Czech Republic. Sponsorship includes helping them with travel once they cross the border, logistics and getting set up with food, clothing and shelter. Please donate what you can to help us help them get a roof over their heads and food on the table.
Every donation, no matter the size, will make a difference in the lives of those affected. and 100% of your donation will go to the family. We will update their progress here and also on our blog https://refugeecentral.wordpress.com where we share more photos and details on our progress, and you can also see the difference your contribution is making in the refugees' lives.
Please join us today by donating and sharing this fundraiser with your friends, family, and communities. We stand with Ukraine.
Thanks so much for your caring and support!
Katie and Fabi
- Katie and Fabi Boland
- Fabiola Mokra
- Funds captain
More Fresh Start Kits in BreclavUpdate posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 09:26 am
Refugees come into town after having survived pretty rough trips, and everyone needs a good bath and change of clean clothes! We did another shopping run and with your help, we were able to contribute laundry detergent and fabric softener that went into Fresh Start packs for 16 Ukrainian refugee
Chicken dinner for 69 at SikotransUpdate posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 07:21 am
The trucking company Sikotrans has turned their extra office space on the top 2 floors of their building into a refugee shelter, and your donations are helping us help them provide the families with fresh meat. Our first meat run was for chicken, over 60lbs of it (28kg)! Visit our
Help needed! Food drive starting for 50 new arrivals!Update posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 06:17 pm
A neigboring town (Kuty) has asked us to help them supply food for 50 new arrivals. They have already received a lot of canned goods donations and now need fresh fruit, vegetables and meat. So we'll be hitting the supermarkets tomorrow and bringing them supplies. Help where you can, donate
New KaFab Refugee Central webpage LIVEUpdate posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 01:52 pm
Our gogetfunding page is nice, but it doesn't allow us to give you detailed updates on how we are helping the refugees in our Breclav community. So we set up a simple website where we can share more photos and details of our activities with you. Plus you can view
"Fresh Start" Kits for 12 Families!Update posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 05:38 pm
The Breclav Chamber of Commerce informed us today that newly arriving families needed assistance with some of the basics. They gave us a list of items that were needed and with your help, we put together "Fresh Start" kits for 12 families. Each kit contains toiletries and cosmetic items for
Packing up donationsUpdate posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 03:41 pm
Packing up donations collected for the refugees at the Breclav Chamber of Commerce.
Sorting donations for familiesUpdate posted by Katie and Fabi Boland at 06:18 am
The Breclav chamber of commerce has offered up its meeting room facilities to be used as collection points for donated items. People are bringing in clothes, blankets, sheets, kitchen supplies, food staples and pretty much anything you can imagine people might need to set up house. So we have a