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Ukraine Power is dedicated to supporting people from the Luhansk Region of Ukraine.
In close coordination with local governments and individuals, we provide power, heat, light resources, computers and other essential equipment to improve health, safety, and a return to stable civil order across the region. Our work mitigates human suffering and helps to preserve democracy.
Our leadership includes both an experienced executive in global supply chains and a Ukraine native who owns and runs multiple businesses in Ukraine.
Bringing heat and light to Ukraine
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Live Conversation From Ukraine Next Sunday @ Noon MST, Sponsored by The Gazette Hear from Gazette Photo Director Christian Murdock and Yana Malyk, Executive Director of Ukraine Power, about their current experiences in Ukraine – live on gazette.com. You can ask questions ahead of time at gazette.com/ukraine Questions will be answered during the live event […]More Details
The Millibo Art Theatre will host two special fundraiser performances to raise funds for Ukraine Power. An evening of Song, Music, Circus, and Comedy will highlight our ongoing support of the Ukrainian people. The Millibo Art Theatre (originally the Manitou Art Theatre) was founded in 2001 by Jim Jackson and Birgitta De Pree to provide new and original live performances […]More Details
Ukraine Power will have a booth at the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival. Stop by and say hello! President Whitney Lucket and Treasurer Mark Luckett will also be sponsoring the Ukrainian film “When Spring Comes To Bucha” at the event. The mission of the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is to build community around film by elevating […]More Details
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Although Ukraine has retaken many areas, millions of people still need our help. Some reports indicate that over 80% of the power grid is down in the Luhansk Region.