How Sunflower Seeds Ukraine is Helping From the Front Range to the Frontlines

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A recent Russian bombing of a Ukrainian dam and a massive heat wave sweeping across Europe have complicated the already difficult wartime conditions in Ukraine. Sunflower Seeds Ukraine, a Boulder-based non-profit, is hosting its second annual Dine Out for Ukraine fundraiser at restaurants across the Front Range. KGNU’s Jacob Agatston spoke with Natalie Condon, a Ukrainian-American volunteer with Sunflower Seeds Ukraine, who says medical and protective gear is needed more than ever. For more information on July 27’s Dine Out for Ukraine and SFSU, visit sunflowerseedsukraine.org

 

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