Nebraska travel agency launches nonprofit to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland

“Procedure Secure Harbor Ukraine” will provide resorts, foodstuff, and WIFI to refugees in Poland

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Executive Vacation is launching “Operation Protected Harbor Ukraine” (OSHU) to help refugees fleeing the war.

The application will present resort rooms, meals, health care materials and Wi-Fi for the refugees in Poland.

Govt Journey will donate 100% of the proceeds to assist those in require.  Chairman of the Board, Steve Glenn explained how Nebraskans are suited to meet this need.

“Nebraskans have wonderful compassion and they treatment about persons. We need to have to demonstrate Ukraine that we adore them, we treatment for them, and this is putting that into motion,” Glenn mentioned.

Government Travel is also pledging a matching donation of $25,000.  All donations are tax-exempt via a partnership with Heartland Bible Church.

Glenn says they can assist more than 200 Ukrainians in just one week.  He also states “It only usually takes 51 dollars a night time for a lodge, food items, and WIFI and that will protect four people.”

OSHU is partnering with Best Western to offer a resort in Warsaw for those refugees and their households.

Glenn also defined this is element “A” of their venture.  Section “B” is bringing refugees back to Lincoln.

After President Joe Biden announced the US would get 100,000 refugees, Government Journey began to do the job to convey persons below and give them lodging.

OSHU’s purpose is to retain receiving donations by the calendar year to be equipped to keep on offering this provider and help individuals in want.

To discover out much more about the operation and to donate visit their web page.

Karen J. Simmons

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