Join Galerie d'Orsay in Supporting the People of Ukraine

Updated: Apr 7

The team at Galerie d’Orsay—both as a company and as individuals—have chosen to donate to CARE and the work they are doing to help alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. Whether through CARE or another reputable organization, a charitable donation is one way that we can share a message of support while simultaneously helping to fund necessary relief measures for the people of Ukraine.


We hope that by doing our part, however small, we can see an end to the conflict in eastern Europe and provide relief to those suffering.



DONATE HERE TO SUPPORT THE PEOPLE OF UKRAINE


Elizabeth DaCosta Ahern, “Santa Fe Series #8,” c. 1990-91, acrylic on canvas, 45” x 69 ½”, Abstract blue and yellow framed painting.

Pictured: Elizabeth DaCosta Ahern, “Santa Fe Series #8,” c. 1990-91, acrylic on canvas, 45” x 69 ½”


For more information on CARE’s mission and the relief efforts they support, please see their message below and on their website at www.care.org.


From CARE:

 

How to Help Ukraine – What CARE is Doing

CARE has launched a humanitarian appeal to support the most vulnerable Ukrainians, particularly women-headed households and the elderly. The goal of our Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Fund is to provide life-saving assistance to 4 million people who have been impacted by the conflict...


Your emergency gift supports CARE's Ukraine Crisis Fund to reach 4 million people with recovery, food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance.


We thank you for considering a generous gift to the Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Fund to support these efforts.

 

Sincerely,

Kristine Feeks Hammond, Martha S. Folsom, Ben Flythe & Devon Engle


Independence Monument on Constitution Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Unveiled in August of 2012 by President Viktor Yanukovych.

Independence Monument on Constitution Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Unveiled in August of 2012 by President Viktor Yanukovych.