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communities in the UK and overseas.
We are deeply saddened to see the suffering faced by people who are affected by the Russia-Ukraine crisis. The Lotus Trust is committed to supporting humanitarian aid to the displaced individuals and families. We request your support to make that a reality. We propose to take a three-pronged approach to support the people in need
Providing meals and essentials to thousands of people who are leaving Ukraine through the bordering states including Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia. Over the last 3 days, the centres have distributed over 6,000 meals free of cost.
We will partner with ISKCON centres within Ukraine who are already distributing food in-mass to the people who are affected and in need of the same. Over the last 5 days, the centres have distributed over 4,000 meals free of cost.
Over a medium to longer term horizon, we plan to create initiatives to rehabilitate the impacted people and families affected by this crisis to rebuild their lives following this devastating and traumatic event.
Our immediate focus is to scale the food distribution to 10,000 meals a day and support the activity for the first 60 days. We will send a team from the UK to support the relief effort on the ground. We are raising an initial amount of £1.2m to support this activity. Donate generously today to help us to provide essential humanitarian aid to those in desperate need.
The Turkey Ministry Of Interior Disaster And Emergency Management (AFAD) has requested Food For Life (FFL) Turkey to go to city of Hatay / Antakya. The Lotus Trust is partnering with FFL Turkey and FFL Hungry to send relief aid to this most affected region.
As the scale of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine became apparent in the first week of March. We launched our urgent appeal to help the thousands of people fleeing into neighbouring countries for safety.
Lotus Trust UK have organised a "Walk for Ukraine" event to raise £75k. The W
We are deeply saddened to see the suffering faced by people who are victims of the escalating war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. The Ukrainian people are in need of our sincere prayers. While we are staying warm and comfortable in our homes with our families, in Ukraine it is getting harderRead more