On 24 February 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin launched an illegal and unprovoked military offensive on the sovereign nation of Ukraine. In the two months that have followed, 5 million innocent women and children have been forced to flee their beloved homeland, leaving behind their husbands, brothers, sons and fathers who have taken up arms to defend their country. Thousands of civilians have been mercilessly tortured and slaughtered by Russian troops as enitre cities have been leveled. Yet in the face of such evil, we have been blessed to witness equally remarkable acts of kindness, compassion, and generosity by countless heroes who have selflessly donated their skills, their time, their homes, and their savings in the name of humanity. Though seemingly small in comparison to the magnitude of needs, Global Justice Journal is working to make a difference in the lives of those affected by this human tragedy. Two examples are provided below.
Nestled in the Carpathian Mountain village of Muszyna, Poland is a beautiful 5-bedroom, 4-bath villa secured by Global Justice Journal to serve as a haven of safety for Ukrainian refugeesr. Currently, three moms and six beautiful children (the youngest just 10 months old) call this house a home. We are currently rasing funds to rent additional houses in this peaceful, welcoming village to meet the increasing need for long-term lodging.
Eau de Humanity is a unique, handcrafted perfume line created in partnership with Ukrainian women, to help them support their families as they strive to begin new lives in foreign lands. Our flagship fragrance, Glory to Ukraine, is a rich bouquet of sunflowers and morning glories with heart notes of pear, pomegranate, and hyssop, and base notes that beckon memories of sea breezes dancing across the wheat fields of Odesa. 100% of net proceeds are used to support Ukrainian refugees.