Supporting Uzhhorod Refugee Fund

Supporting Ukraine Refugees in Uzhhorod

Multiple organizations and individuals have stepped up to support Ukraine Refugees. Here are several ways you can support.

Support our Youth who are Supporting Ukrainians! Purchase a poster or note card created by two local sisters, 16-year-old Allessandra Bakker and 13-year-old Isabella Bakker, who wanted to do something to help the refugee situation in Ukraine.  They have created beautiful posters and note cards. Local artist, Sharon Rackham-King donated paper and supplies and printed the posters and note cards, free of charge with all proceeds going to the Uzhhorod refugee Fund. The Prints (8×10) are $30 and 4 notecards of both scenes are $25. Here is a link to an order form for you to use to purchase either the prints, notecards or both. Link:   They are also available to purchase at Visit Corvallis at 113 SW 3rd  St, Suite 101, or at the Corvallis Museum, 411 NW 2nd Street. Thank you, Sharon, Allessandra, and Isabella.

Own An Individualized Silkscreened Print! Earl Newman has donated 200 of his silkscreened prints, featuring Ukraine and refugees, with all proceeds going to the Uzhhorod Refugee Fund.  Each print is signed and numbered.

  • The prints numbered 1-20 are nicely framed and are being sold for $100.
  • The prints numbered 21-200 are being sold for $100.

The prints are being sold, so don’t miss out.  If you would like to purchase a print, email or go to the sister city website: 

Show You Stand With Ukraine! Coffee Culture is selling posters and stickers to support the Uzhhorod Refugee Fund. Stickers are $5, an 8×11 inch poster is $5, and the 11×14 poster is $8. Tacovore is also selling stickers for $5. All profits go to the Uzhhorod Refugee Fund.

Remember Ukraine! On Saturdays from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm in front of the Benton County Courthouse, people will be rallying in support of the people in Ukraine! Please come and let your voice be heard!

Thank you to businesses and individuals that have already donated to the Uzhhorod Refugee Fund!

Grassroots Books and Music contributed net proceeds from March 16th book sales and New Morning Bakery donated 20% of the sales of all hamantaschen during March. Treebeards donated $1 per pint poured over a weekend. First Alternative Co-op and its owners and shoppers raised $5,000 for the refugees!

Girl Scout Troop 20059 designed stickers of hope and encouragement to decorate cookies to be sent to Ukrainian children. The shipping costs were covered by a local company. You can learn more about this project here.

On May 13 the Corvallis band Loose Flagstone played Celtic music that benefited the Uzhhorod Refugee Fund. Suggested donation: $5-20. Musicians in Loose Flagstone include Leslie Glassmire (flute), Jennifer Parke (fiddle), Tracy Daugherty (bodhran), and Marjorie Sandor (guitar).


We couldn’t do this without our community’s support!