CBC Cares Ukraine Wraps Five-Day Focus, Resources Remain Available

CBC Cares Ukraine:  Lawn painting at American Tobacco
CBC Cares – We Stand with Ukraine: A sign honoring Ukraine has been painted on the Diamond View lawn on the American Tobacco campus.

Last week every Capitol Broadcasting division took part in a CBC Cares effort to highlight the agencies and organizations supporting Ukraine.  From parking lot flags and massive banners, to fountains and towers glowing blue and yellow, to a social media takeover—our message is clear—WE STAND WITH UKRAINE.

For 5 days, beginning last Wednesday, on WRAL-TV and WRAL.com, we spotlighting vetted non-profits working to help the people of Ukraine. We invite our community to join us in supporting Ukraine. 

CBC Cares highlighted several additional organizations supporting the people of Ukraine over Friday, Saturday and Sunday:

International Medical Corps‘ teams offer access to medical and mental health services for those living in Ukraine and refugees in surrounding countries.

World Vision’s Ukraine Crisis Fund provides safe haven and psychosocial support including for women and children escaping the war zone.

Baptists On Mission, Ukraine Crisis fund
Baptists on Mission are currently working in Poland, Moldova, Hungary and inside Ukraine with internally displaced people, particularly in the western part of Ukraine.

Find additional vetted ways to help support Ukraine, and avoid getting scammed, on WRAL.com:

CBC Cares Ukraine: Lawn painting at American Tobacco
CBC Cares – We Stand with Ukraine: A sign honoring Ukraine has been painted on the Diamond View lawn on the American Tobacco campus.

Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for these Capcom photos and to WRAL-TV’s Heather Gray for this Capcom video.

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