The ongoing war in Ukraine has had a devastating impact on children. Millions of children have been displaced from their homes, and many have lost their parents or other loved ones. Your donation to the campaign “koloHUB.Assistance: Support Ukrainian Children” will help provide these essential services to war-affected children in Ukraine.
The war in Ukraine is a humanitarian crisis. Millions of people have been displaced from their homes, and thousands have been killed. The Ukrainian military and paramedics are working tirelessly to save lives, but they need your help. Please join us in helping the Ukrainian paramedics and military.
The war in Ukraine has had a devastating impact on animals. Many animals have been injured or killed; others have been abandoned – left homeless, without food or water. The campaign “koloHUB.Assistance: support war-impacted animals in Ukraine” raises funds to support organizations helping animals in Ukraine.
Join us at the koloHUB Advocacy monthly meeting on the first Saturday of each month in Knoxville, Tennessee. As we gather from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., we have a shared purpose - advocating for Ukraine. The unique aspect of our meetings is that the location varies, offering an opportunity to explore different parts of Knoxville while spreading awareness and support for Ukraine. Our meetings are open to all who want to make a positive impact and provide a space for discussions, networking, and collaboration on various Ukraine-related initiatives. Whether you are passionate about humanitarian efforts, political advocacy, or cultural exchange, koloHUB brings like-minded individuals together to work toward common goals. We believe in the power of community and collaboration, and we welcome everyone to participate in this meaningful cause. Join us in advocating for Ukraine in Knoxville, Tennessee, and be a part of something bigger.
An outdoor benefit concert featuring popular Ukrainian and worldwide music performed by international artist Marki from Ukraine and singer Ethan Eicher. The event will feature a homemade baked goods sale to raise funds to help Ukrainian children and animals affected by the war. Additionally, a dedicated photo zone will be set up for capturing memorable moments. Complimentary hot beverages (coffee and tea) will be available for registered guests. We also kindly encourage you to bring your favorite mug and a cozy blanket or folded chair for your comfort. Don't miss out! Secure your spot by registering now using the link below. The event is a collaborative effort between the local non-profit organization, koloHUB, and two student clubs - Russian Language and Culture Club (RCLL) and String Players Visionary Club (SPVC).
Join us on Saturday, August 26th, from 2 to 8 pm at West Hills Park in Knoxville, TN, to celebrate the 32 years of Independence of Ukraine. This is a FREE event for all to attend. We will have a potluck picnic, so please bring your favorite Ukrainian food and drinks to share. If you are unable to attend in person, you can sponsor the event and similar educational activities by donating to koloHUB, a local non-profit organization supporting Ukraine by raising awareness about the ongoing situation and funds for war-impacted Ukrainians and animals. The event - is rain or shine; - include educational activities for children; - is open to everyone, regardless of nationality or ethnicity; - is a free-flowing event, so feel free to come and go as you please; - sponsored by koloHUB, a local non-profit organization supporting and advocating for Ukraine. At the event, you can make new friends and connections with people from the Ukrainian community and people who support Ukrainians in their fight for freedom. There will be limited tables and chairs, so please bring your chairs and blankets if possible. We hope to see you there!
The University of Tennessee School of Music, in collaboration with the UT Libraries is excited to announce this year's Ready for the World Music Series: Ukraine program on Sunday, February 26, 2023, in the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center! Cultural exhibits, displays, and a reception will begin at 12:30pm in the lobby of the NLHMC, followed by a musical presentation at 2:00pm in the Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall.
We started the campaign on January 1st, 2023, to further your impact by assisting the Ukrainian charitable foundation “Dobrodiy Club” reach their goal of purchasing sleeping sets (a sleeping bag, hand-sized reusable warmer, and warm winter hat) for 2,000 qualified children who struggle to survive daily in their homes without power and heat at the frontline during winter 2022-2023.