NORTHEMPTON, Pennsylvania – In connection with the fight against wages in Ukraine there is an outpouring of support from abroad.
“I’m not surprised, I’m not surprised,” said Antoinette Sharetsky.
Cars lined up in the parking lot of the Society of Polish American Citizens as they take things to donate.
“We are here to help,” Sharetsky said.
From diapers to crutches were donated. The organizers said that every Monday from 18 to 20 hours take everything that will help the people of Ukraine
“They are our neighbors, and our country in Poland is trying to help individuals,” said Józef Janik, president of Polish-American Citizens.
Yanik said all things would go to Poland and then to Ukraine when the border was still open.
“We don’t know what will happen in a day or two,” Yanik said.
Inside the Roxy Theater in Northampton, the sound of music hovered in the air in front of dozens of people. Every penny from Sunday’s show will help Ukraine.
“It means people understand that peace begins with each of us,” said Rabbi Melody Davis, who helped organize the event.
Organizer Rabbi Melody Davis said peace begins with each of us.
“If there is injustice in the world, we must take a stand and do something,” said Rabbi Davis.