For many years now we have supported the Red Cross foundation and I have been a certified first responder through the American Red Cross for quite some time. Some of the reasons I support them in their efforts both stateside and worldwide are ever more apparent now in the face of global crisis. In my home and with my family (which includes everyone here at Sage of the West) we are keen to realize that money is the most efficient means of getting help to those who need it right now, although there are other ways to help. You can give blood, drop off supplies or just donate some time raising awareness online to encourage others.
We give a portion of our profits to causes like this during clear blue skies & happy days, or in times of true disaster like these. We won't be completely ignoring our other causes here in the US, but right now the people of Ukraine need our assistance. Even if this conflict were to magically cease tonight, the rebuilding and restoration will be monumental so we can expect to be in this for the long haul. Please help us support those injured and displaced by this brutality as we work together toward peace,
and of course...
May you stay blessed,
-The Sage of the West
Ways you can give:
In just a short time we have already received support and funding for our friends caught in the middle of conflict. We thank you for supporting our efforts to heal and help worldwide.
The following statistics (as reported by the American Red Cross) say that our combined efforts have already resulted in a major impact on the war relief efforts. Here's a bit of the beak-down for what we've done together so far, but this won't end soon so please HELP US TODAY!
In the midst of ruthless military attacks, our teams are providing emergency aid amid fear and uncertainty - AROUND THE CLOCK.
Since the conflict intensified on February 24, Red Cross teams have:
THANK YOU SO MUCH EVERYONE AND LET'S KEEP IT GOING!
[info & image source: AmericanRedCross.org]
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