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MaydanSF is a platform created by Ukrainians living in the San Francisco Bay Area to support Ukraine in its fight for Democracy, Independence, and Freedom. Our current goal is to help Ukraine stand up to Russian aggression by bringing awareness to people in the SF Bay Area about events in Ukraine, so that we can all support Ukraine together. MaydanSF collects donations and sends help to Ukrainian army. We arrange for the purchase and shipment of needed equipment directly to Ukrainian soldiers and army volunteers. We report all spending and purchases here, on our facebook page. Brave Ukrainian people are fighting for the Country’s freedom now, they need our help.
MaydanSFJune 14th, 2017 at 6:21pm
Heroes Never Die! Together we can help Wassyl Slipak's story to be heard.

Only 3 days left for a fundraiser in support of the film MYTH / МІФ — a film about Wassyl Slipak, world famous Ukrainian opera singer, who joined Volunteer Ukrainian Corps to fight against the Russian aggression in Eastern Ukraine and was killed by a sniper bullet.

The original fundraiser goal for post-production of this documentary has been reached, and now all the money over the goal will go towards representing the film at the international film festivals. This is one of the best ways the world and Ukrainians outside Ukraine can learn the truth about the war in Ukraine and know the heroes by name.

It's very important to share this story as broadly as possible and you can help! Every $5 helps.

Besides, the authors prepared unique rewards for the supporters and donors.
See all the details and donate at the fundraiser page:
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MaydanSF shared Olga Kelley's event.May 21st, 2017 at 3:41pm
🍞🧀 🍴 Next Sat - May 27th - Picnic with ATO Heroes in the Bay Area.
Come out and enjoy a beautiful weather while supporting a very imporatant cause of helping to fundrise the funds for the two heavily wonded soldiers and their current treatment in a reabilitation Center "Next Step" for Paralyzed in Los Angeles 🎯💙💛.

Dmytro is a 33-year old Ukrainian Army Captain, Commander of the Air Defense Missile Platoon of the 95th Airmobile Brigade. During a firefight with Russian and pro-Russian enemy in March 2015, Dmytro was severely wounded and suffered injuries on his spinal cord.

Mykhailo is 25 year old soldier from the Danylo Galytskiy 24th Mechanized Brigade who suffered severe wounds in his spinal cord during an artillery shelling by Russian and pro-Russian troops in Logvynovo district not far from Debaltseve. Even though he had a spinal cord surgery at Kyiv Insitute of Neuro Surgery, he is still paralyzed waist down.[%7B%5C%22surface%5C%22%3A%5C%22messaging%5C%22%2C%5C%22mechanism%5C%22%3A%5C%22attachment%5C%22%2C%5C%22extra_data%5C%22%3A%7B%7D%7D]%22%7D
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MaydanSF shared Ed Skibicki's event.May 15th, 2017 at 11:00pm
Sat, May 20th, join the Ukrainian Freedom March.

to gather people of all different nationalities in major cities all around the US on May 20th, 2017 to support peace in Ukraine. We strive to raise awareness among Americans about Ukraine's struggle for its independence and freedom from Russia's all-too-long shadowy grasp. Our mission is to get American Government to put enough pressure on Russia to pull out its militants out of Ukraine and stop the bloody conflict that in the last three years took over 10,000 lives and left thousands wounded, homeless and orphaned."

Four major US cities will gather in solidarity with the main march in Washington D.C:

San Francisco: Union Square, 3pm¬if_id=1494804134611061

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MaydanSFApril 21st, 2017 at 11:56pm
Upcoming Ukrainian Events in the San Francisco Bay Area - attend and support all!

Q&A with Serhiy Zhadan in Mountain View - Tue. 4/25, 7pm-10pm
DakhaBrakha in Berkeley - Tue. 4/25, 8pm-10pm
"Where Does Ukraine Live" Documentary Screening and Q&A in San Francisco - Sun. 4/30, 1:45pm-4pm
Mother's Day Picnic in San Francisco - Sun. 5/7, 11am-5pm
Kolomyika Workshop in San Francisco - Sat. 5/13, 7pm-12am
Mother's Day Concert in San Francisco - Sun. 5/14, 11:30 am-3pm
Mother's Day Picnic in Palo Alto - Sun. 5/21, 11:30am-4pm
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MaydanSF added an event.April 20th, 2017 at 9:00pm
MaydanSF invites you to an exclusive documentary screening of "Where does Ukraine live" Project and Q&A with the Ukrainian filmmaker Nataliya Godzhik on Sunday, April 30, 2017, 1:45pm at Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church.

Documentary consists of 7 stories about people, volunteers, who share common desire - to make Ukraine a better place for themselves and future generations. Each film is set in a different Ukraine's regions.
Film is in Ukrainian and Russian.

Suggested donation is $10.

Looking forward to see you there!
Документальний фільм "Де Живе Українська" є початком доброчинного проекту з метою допомоги громадським ініціативам в Україні набути медійної, волонтерської і меценатської підтримки.

Проект починається з семи історій людей, талановитих і креативних, розумних і винахідливих, чистих і чесних, яких об'єднує одне бажання - зробити Україну кращою, для себе і своїх дітей, для тих прийдешніх поколінь, які хочуть і будуть там жити. Ці люди не шукали підтримки у влади, а, знайшовши однодумців, створили нове самі.

Фільм було відзнято за 6 тижнів влітку 2016 року в Києві, Львові, Тернополі, Одесі, Чернігівській, Полтавській, Закарпатській, Івано-Франківській, Донецькій та Луганській областях.

Проект реалізовується за підтримки відділення Союзу Украінок Америки міста Лос-Анжелес та медійної підтримки компанії Meest America.

Україні, як і діаспорі, потрібна надія. Не на владу, а на людей. Людей, які живуть не тільки у великих містах, а і у районних центрах та маленьких селах. І тільки об'єднавши зусилля можна досягти розуміння ситуації і її вирішення.

Будь початком тієї зміни, яку ти хочеш бачити в Україні. Долучись до тих, хто творить зміни сьогодні!
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