Other Ways to Support White Stork

Here’s a quick list of things you can do right now to help save lives in Ukraine!

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We get it. Times are tough right now. It can be hard to make a cash donation, no matter how close a cause is to your heart. Luckily, there are tons of non-monetary ways you can support White Stork if your wallet is stretched. Here’s a quick list of things you can do right now to help save lives in Ukraine!

Spread awareness in just 30 seconds

  1. Sign up for our email list, and share your email list to friends and family. 
  2. Follow us on social media and share any posts that move you to your followers. You can find all of our social profiles below, in the footer of our website,

A little more effort, a lot more impact 

  1. Got extra medical supplies or equipment? Reach out to us at [email protected] to see if they meet the requirements for an in-kind donation.
  2. Take to Instagram and host your own 30-day fundraiser. Every contribution you raise in our name will help save lives on the Ukrainian frontline. 
  3. If you or someone you know has a birthday coming up, White Stork can chosen for a Facebook Birthday Fundraiser. Celebrating a special day with purpose makes it even more special. 

Outside the box fundraising

If you REALLY want to donate cash but funds are low, here are two win-win projects you can organize to have fun while supporting our cause:   

  1. Clear out the clutter! Convert the unused items in your home into lifesaving aid by hosting a yard sale and donating all or part of the proceeds to White Stork.
  2. Involve your kids! Organizing fun activities like lemonade stands, bake sales or car washes is not only a great way to raise awareness about our cause, but also teach your young ones valuable lessons about entrepreneurship and giving back. 

Remember, it takes only a $55 donation to safeguard the life of a civilian frontline defender. Every gesture, big or small, helps us equip brave Ukrainian men and women defending their homeland.

Thank you for standing with us and with Ukraine!