Ivanka Trump and her partners provide 1 million meals to Ukrainian refugees

Ivanka Trump, Ddaughter of former President Donald Trump, has donated one million meals to refugees in Ukraine, according to a report.

In coordination with the UPS Foundation and Trump’s partner organizations, including City Serve, City of Destiny, the Pentecostal European Fellowship, and numerous local church organizations, Trump provided approximately 158,400 pounds of food to Warsaw, Poland.

“The people of Ukraine showed inspiring courage and resilience during Russia’s invasion of their country,” she told Fox News. “As is often the case, pain and hardship are borne disproportionately by the most vulnerable.”

“With this food, I hope to bring a small source of comfort and nourishment to Ukrainians who are suffering so much,” she added.


Meals would be delivered by local organizations to refugees inside Poland as well as those still in Ukraine.

Trump contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to provide the meals, according to FoxNews. Meals included oatmeal and goulash, apparently as requested by aid workers in Ukraine.

Rev. Paula White-Cain told Fox News she was thinking about how to connect the food shortage in the United States to that in war-torn Ukraine when “I got a call from Ivanka Trump. She and I worked closely together in the White House to put together a nationwide hunger relief program called Farmers to Families.When I told Ivanka what we were doing, she sprang into action like only Ivanka can do it.

Trump has also worked to help food shortage areas in the United States.

“Thank you to our amazing partners + volunteers who helped feed families in Idaho and New York with fresh, local produce this holiday season,” she tweeted in January. “1.1 million pounds of dairy + products delivered, 1.3 million meals served, over 52,000 boxes of food distributed, 100% privately funded.”

Celebrity couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher launched a “Stand with Ukraine” fundraiser in early March and have since raised more than $35 million in cooperation with Flexport and Airbnb.

“We are raising funds to support a relief effort that will have an immediate impact and provide much-needed refugees and humanitarian aid to the region,” Kutcher said.


“We are overwhelmed with gratitude for this support,” Kunis, from Ukraine, said after reaching his $30 million goal. “While this is far from a solution to the problem, our collective effort will provide a soft landing for so many as they move forward into their uncertain future.”

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