Ivanka Trump

Former first daughter and daughter of former president Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, decided to give one million meals away to Ukrainian refugees in need of help.

Ivanka has provided about 158,400 pounds of meals to Warsaw, Poland. She did this with the help of UPS, City of Destiny, the Pentecostal European Fellowship, City Serve,  and many other religious organizations.

“The Ukrainian people have shown inspiring courage and resilience during the invasion of their country by Russia. As is often the case, pain and hardship are disproportionately borne by the most vulnerable. With this food, I hope to provide a small source of comfort and nourishment for Ukrainians who are suffering so greatly,” she stated to Fox News.

She has given hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of meals to the Ukrainian refugees and the meals consist of oatmeal and goulash. These meals will be given out by local volunteers in Poland and some in Ukraine.

Pastor Paula White-Cain was trying to figure out what she can do to help the Ukrainian refugees when she got a call from none only, Ivonka Trump. “I got a call from Ivanka Trump. She and I worked closely in the White House to put together a national hunger relief program called Farmers to Families. When I told Ivanka what we were doing, she went into action as only Ivanka can.”

Ivanka Trump has also made it her mission to help feed people in the U.S as well. “Thanks to our incredible partners + volunteers who helped feed families across Idaho & NY fresh, locally-sourced produce & dairy this holiday season. 1.1 M pounds of dairy + produce delivered, 1.3 M meals served, 52,000+ food boxes distributed, 100% privately funded,” she stated in January.


Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, two famous celebrities, started a fundraiser and have raised over 35 million dollars. The fundraiser is called “Stand with Ukraine.” “We’re raising funds to support a relief effort that will have immediate impact and supply much-needed refugee and humanitarian aid to the area,” Mila Kunis stated.

“We are overwhelmed with gratitude for this support,” Kunis said when they reached their goal of $30 million.

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