There are many ways you can show your support of the people of Ukraine as they continue to fight the Russian invasion. One is to shop these products, proceeds of which will be donated to charities on the ground.
Meanwhile, these four fashion brands have stepped up and are continuing donate proceeds from certain products to help the plight of refugees and deliver humanitarian aid on the ground.
Choose Love Ukraine Crisis Fundraiser T Shirt, £85
All profits from the sale of this beautiful, Ukrainian flag-embroidered T-shirt will be donated to the charity, Choose Love. This amazing charity will be supporting projects who are providing vital aid and services to those still in and fleeing the country.
Love To Ukraine T Shirt, £20
Charlie Mackesy always seems to know just the right thing to do and say to bring comfort in times of adversity. Now he has created this Love To Ukraine T Shirt, with £12.50 from each sale being donated to Choose Love, a UK-based non-governmental organisation which provides humanitarian aid to, and advocacy for, refugees around the world.
Arcadia Bracelet, £100
Wear your support for Ukrainians with pride with Robinson Pelham’s Arcadia bracelet in the national flag’s by now very familiar yellow and blue, from which 100 per cent of the price of will be donated to the British Red Cross’ Ukraine Crisis Appeal.
14ct Gold Helping Hands Pendant, £350
One hundred per cent of the proceeds from the ‘Helping Hands’ collection will be donated to Red Cross’ Ukraine Crisis Appeal for the month of March. As they say, ‘The ‘Helping Hands’ pendant is a symbol of peace, alliance, and friendship. The reverse of the pendant has been engraved with its message, framing a small heart in the centre an emblem of love and kindness. The hand is the most frequently symbolised part of the human body, it gives a blessing, forms expression and language.’
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