Open Collective
Open Collective


Updates on our activities and progress.

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Hello Everyone, Apologies for being too quiet for too long, but I can assure you that we're been working hard trying to collect additional funds and physical donations as well as ensure that they're spent/distributed in the most meaningful...
September Update
Published on October 3, 2022 by Kostya Katz
Hello everyone, Apologies for being quiet for the past few weeks, but everyone has been super busy so we fell a bit behind on keeping you up to date on the latest developments... Our first Ukrainian family (Studinskyi Natalia, Tima, and Nik...
First two weeks in Chicago
Published on August 5, 2022 by Kostya Katz
Hello everybody and thank you once again for your amazing donations and for your kind messages for the Studinskyi family. They have now been in Chicago for 2+ weeks and we've been busy trying to get them acquainted with the surroundings, in...
On their way to Chicago!
Published on July 20, 2022 by John Renaldi
The SAS Airlines strike is finally over, just In time for Natasha and the boys to head to Warsaw earlier this morning to bo...
Countdown to Chicago
Published on July 18, 2022 by Kostya Katz
Hello everyone and thank you all once again for your amazing contributions and warm messages! We are counting down the days in anticipation of the arrival of our first Ukrainian family (Natasha and her boys), which should be happening later...
Made it to Poland!
Published on July 7, 2022 by John Renaldi
Update from the Studinskiys: mom and the boys made it to Poland a few hours ago. They had a long ride on the train from Ukraine and a few unplanned stops (trains must stop when there is an air raid in the area). They will be staying near Wa...
24 Hours To Go
Published on July 6, 2022 by Kostya Katz
Yes, it is hard to imagine that we only have 24 hours left in our beautiful city before we will be starting our journey to Chicago. There are no flights out of Ukraine, buses are not running on schedule and it is dangerous to take trains (b...
We are the Studinskiy family, and we would like to introduce ourselves. All four of us, Andrei, Natasha, Nikita and Timofei...
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