Human Front Aid — direct financial aid for forgotten families in the war zone

Share some hope: we collect for people in need in Ukraine 🇺🇦
March 7, 2024
2 min

Dear reader,
When it comes to the precarious war situation in Ukraine, it is difficult for many to believe in the good.

Destoyed Ukrainian Building

I support Bänz Margot and his association HUMAN FRONT AID in matters of communication. Human Front Aid is committed to providing direct financial aid to disadvantaged victims of war on the ground. 🔗 https://humanfrontaid.org

Bänz Margot in front of the Ukrainian and swiss flag

These people and children do not deserve to suffer under the power struggles of governments. Some of them still have their whole lives ahead of them. This type of humanitarian work is about giving food, shelter, clothing and, last but not least, hope to the innocent people who are involuntarily exposed to this situation without protection.

A volunteer from Human front aid gives sweets to children

Since the start of the war two years ago, the association has specialized in direct financial aid, as this is the most efficient way to help these forgotten families and vulnerable people:

💚 $50

enables the purchase of over 50 loaves of bread, 80 liters of milk or 40 packs of eggs. This provides several families with the basic food they need for days.

💚 $75

covers the cost of around 12 kg of fresh fruit and vegetables and 10 kg of chicken breast, which is essential for the food security of families in crisis areas.

💚 With $ 200

can help several families to ensure a comprehensive supply of food, hygiene products such as soap, toothpaste and toilet paper, as well as the necessary basic medical care with first aid kits and painkillers.

💸 You can donate here: 🔗 https://humanfrontaid.org/spenden/

The donations can be deducted from taxable income.

🙇🏻‍♂️ I know it’s a lot to ask.

But every donation, no matter the amount, makes a difference in the lives of these people.

It’s a gesture for togetherness. #bettertogether

I will never send more than one email per month, I promise!

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