National Geographic Photographers Sell Photos To Help Ukraine


Photographs by over 100 renowned “National Geographic” photographers are being sold to provide humanitarian aid for Ukrainians. Women-led nonprofit Vital Impact is hosting the sale with all of the proceeds going toward providing medical aid in Ukraine. The photos are from some of the most notable photojournalists alive and many — but not all — are images from Ukraine.

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On Tuesday night, Charles Harris woke up in his Clarksville, Tennessee, home surrounded by flames and heavy smoke. Harris tried to escape, but the wheelchair bound 60-year-old got his wheelchair stuck in the doorway. At that same time, Anthony Hinderliter, who lives next door to Harris, heard his neighbor cry out for help and risked his own life to rescue his neighbor from the fire.

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The owners of an 81-acre nature resort in British Columbia are opening up their facility to house Ukrainians seeking refuge in Canada. Brian and Sharon Holowaychuks have a goal to host 100 Ukrainian refugees in a project they’ve dubbed Ukrainian Safe Haven. Guests at the resort are invited to stay as long as they like and will be provided with food, education, transportation, and help with the settlement process.

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Entrepreneur Sophie Marie Bennett from Birmingham, England, was recently in a supermarket and saw a young mom who’d been caught stealing diapers and baby formula. Bennett, who has been involved in several youth focused charitable events in Birmingham, paid for the woman’s items, which brought the grateful mom to tears. Later, Bennet tweeted about the encounter and the tweet received more than 400-thousand likes, over 30-thousand retweets, and thousands of mostly-positive comments.

Source: Mirror



Addy Smith was born with chronic lung disease and has lived her entire life in Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego. She has spent more than two years on a ventilator and undergone multiple surgeries. But now, after 848 days in the hospital, the baby girl is finally getting to go home to be with her family.

Source: 10 News