Local organization provides relief for displaced Ukrainians

CINCINNATI — An organization based in Cincinnati is providing relief to Ukrainas who had to leave their home after Russia invaded the country.

The international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization, Matthew 25: Ministries, said in a release that they are shipping humanitarian aid and conflict relief to Ukrainian refugees and people impacted.

More than 100,000 Ukrainians have had to leave their homes, according to Matthew 25.

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The organization said they will work with partners throughout the year to provide aid to Ukraine and other areas within the Commonwealth of Independent States — an association of sovereign states formed following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

Matthew 25 and the partners are working to provide items such as personal care supplies, paper products and clothing to those displaced.

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So far in 2022, the organization said they have provided 3 million pounds of aid domestically and internationally and helped more than 3.5 million people.

For information about the organization and ways to donate visit here.

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