My grandmother survived the German invasion of her small town of Mostyska (then Poland, now Ukraine).
Many of her friends and family were murdered there.
My family built a monument there to remember them…
Once again, Mostyska is at war…
But instead of being ground zero for death, Mostyska is now ground zero for life.
As a first responder myself, I’ve been donating to organizations sending in first responders and medical relief. One of them is “Uber for first responders”, United Hatzalah.
I’ve been donating in memory of my grandparents, who fled, just as the Ukrainians are doing now.
I had no idea where the first responders were establishing their field hospitals.
But now I know…
My donations are sending medics to save lives on the very soil where my grandmother was raised, and where her family and friends wer killed.
Time and space are connected. Even a small act can leave an impact on generations.
If you are looking for a way to help, please look here: https://israelrescue.org/ukraineemergency