GREENWICH – Aid has flowed steadily to Ukraine and the millions of refugees who have fled the war-torn country, yielding a large amount of food, medical supplies and monetary contributions, with more than 1.5 million UJA-JCC Greenwich dollars committed to the humanitarian project.
Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, local efforts have emerged to help, with a bake sale by a local teenager, a food parcel drive at Christ Church Greenwich, a goods drive by a local resident and many other collections, large and small.
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