Warm the elderly today!

In Odessa, the country’s third largest city, most homes have electricity for just 3 hours per day!

  • Current situation in Odessa:

    It is now the second winter since Ukraine was invaded by Russian forces.  

    For the millions of people who cannot evacuate the country, conditions have become more and more untenable.

    In Odessa, the country’s third largest city, most homes have electricity for just 3 hours per day, while average temperatures have plunged to 25°F / -4°C.

    How does Campaign work?

    Mishpacha Odessa is seeking $499,800 in emergency donations to provide mobile heating appliances for 357 elderly Holocaust survivors in their care. These ingenious devices cost about $1,400 each and can heat individual apartment units from two or more rechargeable gel-batteries, which are widely available in Ukraine. A full charge takes only 60 minutes and provides enough energy for more than 8 hours of electric heating.

    How can I help?

    For seniors with limited mobility and living in an active warzone, this is the safest solution to survive the winter. A successful fundraising campaign will allow over 500 people to benefit from these devices, while reducing the need for able-bodied citizens to transport the elderly across the city.

    Time is of the essence! Please do not wait to support this lifesaving initiative.

    Join us by making a donation today! 

    Important note, if you want to make a donation via PayPal, please write the word "Odessa" in the note. If you want to make a wire or send check please contact us at [email protected] 

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