A Year into Ukraine’s Humanitarian Crisis: KBFUS Humanitarian Response Fund Continues to Make an Impact

The war in Ukraine has led to one of the largest humanitarian crises in the world, affecting millions of people. The King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS) launched its Humanitarian Response Fund for Ukraine to address the evolving needs of eight million Ukrainian refugees and those who were forced to relocate within their country. KBFUS, along with three local nonprofits, People in Need, Caritas Ukraine, and the Polish Red Cross, have been providing essential aid to vulnerable individuals by purchasing supplies, providing food, shelter, psychosocial support, and medical assistance. Despite the ongoing crisis, the KBFUS and its partner organizations continue to make a positive impact on the lives of those affected. Donors can contribute to the Humanitarian Response Fund for Ukraine and claim tax benefits allowed by U.S. tax law for their contributions. By supporting the KBFUS and local organizations responding to Ukraine’s humanitarian crisis, we can come together to help those in need.

Remembering the Victims of Russia’s Brutal Strike on an Apartment Building in Dnipro

Remembering the Victims of Russia’s Brutal Strike on an Apartment Building in Dnipro on Jan. 14, 2023, a Russian missile destroyed an apartment building in the city of Dnipro and killed 46 people – six children among them – in one of the deadliest single attacks on Ukraine since its independence. Read about some of the victims’ stories and how we can remember them to prevent further tragedies like this from occurring.

It’s Easy to Forget: The Ongoing War and Human Cost for the People of Ukraine

Ukraine is a country suffering from an ongoing conflict that has been going on since 2022. This unfortunate war has devastated the lives of innocent people and has put many lives in limbo. Even though it is not as present as it once was in the international media, we must remember that this conflict is still going on and show our support for the people of Ukraine. #NeverForget #SupportUkraine

How to be a hitchhiker and still stay alive

An amazing feeling of the freedom and lonely road, sunshine on your face, and wind in your hair are the main reasons for becoming a hitchhiker. However, don’t let your romantic heart take the lead. Your mind must read these short advices before. It is a hard task to travel with weird unknown people in…

For Traveling Book Worms Around the World

I love to read. It is so natural for me as to breath. Books always were my friends, and never had hard feelings if I cheated them with other books. They always were in the charge of my life. After in 6 years old I’ve read The Wren by Turkish writer Reşat Nuri Güntekin I’ve…

My Poltava, Ukraine

I was born in a small and very beautiful town, Poltava. We call it the greenest and cleanest city in Ukraine. I have lived all my life in it and never get bored. I still have more places to visit in Poltava, such as some museums to open for myself.

Ukrainian City, Lviv

Hi! My name is Kitty and I am historian, philosopher and hitchhiker from Ukraine. I want to tell you about my favorite city in Ukraine, Lviv.