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About the Unify Ukraine Campaign

Russia’s invasion continues to tear Ukraine apart.

February 24, 2023 will mark one year since the Russian invasion and occupation of Ukraine began. Russia is attempting to take over Ukrainian territory and destroy its rich, vibrant culture. Ukrainians are fighting for their country and right to exist as free, independent people. For months, Ukrainians have endured relentless bombardment, destruction, and hardship.

Civilian casualties have reached the thousands. Millions find themselves displaced, seeking temporary shelter in neighboring nations such as Poland or in unoccupied parts of Ukraine. Despite this, Ukrainians are fighting for their freedom with everything they have.

The Unify Ukraine Campaign seeks to share stories of refugees, survivors and heroes fighting to save lives, and shed light on the Ukrainian identity, culture and way of life that is worth fighting for. The goal: to build connection and community across nations.

Americans can show Ukrainians they are not alone.

January 22 was Ukraine’s Day of Unity, and the world joined voices in support of freedom. Though the Day of Unity has passed, we can all still share messages of hope on social media.

Share a sunflower image (Ukraine’s national flower) to social using #UnifyUkraine and call for an end to Russia’s occupation. You’ll be helping Ukraine be a free, unified country again.

Share a Sunflower for Ukraine

Create your#UnifyUkraine sunflower and share it to join voices for a free Ukraine.  

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About the Campaign

Unify Ukraine is a public service campaign on behalf of the Polish government to raise American awareness of Russia’s ongoing invasion that has torn apart the country and families of Ukraine. Together, we can help free Ukraine from this occupation and unify this beautiful land and people once again.

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