How you can support Ukrainian refugees with CrowdFarming
If you haven’t heard of CrowdFarming then you may want to take a look at their latest initiative and how they are currently supporting the Ukrainian people.
More than 2 million Ukrainians have crossed the Ukrainian border into Poland and crowd farming is sending organic produce from farms to the people who need it the most.
Their first trailer arrived last Tuesday in the city of Lezajsk which is located in south-eastern Poland, from there the food is getting distributed to centers along the border and sent to other Ukrainian cities through humanitarian sources.
This included over 16,000 kg of organic produce which was kindly donated by farmers. Some of that produce included: avocados, oranges, lemons, almonds, sweet potatoes, and 40 merino wool blankets from their sheep herder.
How can you get involved?
Through the #crowdgiving initiative you can help by buying any of the products on their website (FRESH FOOD FOR UKRAINIAN REFUGEES) be shipped to Poland, and CrowdFarming will manage the shipping and finance the logistical costs.
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