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Our current concern for action

Our current concern for action:

We’re against the War in Ukraine. Please join us in supporting the Ukrainian people in these times. Here are some trusted organizations to help Ukrainians who recently came to the Greater Cleveland area or who are starting the long road to a new life here in Greater Cleveland/

Here’s local organizations who are helping:

  1. Help the people of Ukraine by the Ukrainian community — Pokrova Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church, Parma.
  2. To help Ukrainians who coming to the Greater ClevelandUSCIS.
  3. To help Ukrainians who coming to the Greater Cleveland — GLOBAL CLEVELAND

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