UKRAINE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS

UKRAINE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS

Jewlr is proud to support Red Cross teams on the ground in Ukraine and neighbouring countries,
providing humanitarian aid to those affected. In response, we have designed a jewellery collection
inspired by Ukraine.

Jewlr is proud to support Red Cross teams on the
ground in Ukraine and neighbouring countries,
providing humanitarian aid to those affected. In
response, we have designed a jewellery collection
inspired by Ukraine.

100% of proceeds from sales will be donated, and Jewlr will match
donations up to $100,000 – so your donation goes twice as far.

100% of proceeds from sales will be
donated, and Jewlr will match donations
up to $100,000 – so your donation
goes twice as far.

March 6, 2022. Irpin, Ukraine. A Ukrainian Red Cross team supports the evacuation of people from Irpin, Ukraine. Photo: URCS/Trebukhov for LB.ua

Ukraine Humanitarian Collection

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Show your support and give back with personalised jewellery inspired by Ukraine – handcrafted just for you.

Show your support and give back with
personalised jewellery inspired by Ukraine –
handcrafted just for you.

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

Explore The Collection

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March 7, 2022. Lublin, Poland. Oksana fled Ukraine from Charkov with her children and pets. Her sister stayed behind with their grandmother who has dementia and doesn't understand
what's going on. She has not been able to reach them since she left Ukraine and doesn't know if they're safe. She's happy the children are in a safe place where they aren't woken up by
the sound of planes that are dropping bombs, not knowing where the next bomb will fall. Photo: Netherlands Red Cross

March 7, 2022. Lublin, Poland. Oksana fled Ukraine from
Charkov with her children and pets. Her sister stayed
behind with their grandmother who has dementia and
doesn't understand what's going on. She has not been
able to reach them since she left Ukraine and doesn't
know if they're safe. She's happy the children are in a safe
place where they aren't woken up by the sound of planes
that are dropping bombs, not knowing where the next
bomb will fall. Photo: Netherlands Red Cross

March 7, 2022. Lublin, Poland. Oksana fled Ukraine from Charkov with her children and pets. Her sister stayed behind with their grandmother who has dementia and doesn't understand what's going on. She has not been able to reach them since she left Ukraine and doesn't know if they're safe. She's happy the children are in a safe place where they aren't woken up by the sound of planes that are dropping bombs, not knowing where the next bomb will fall. Photo: Netherlands Red Cross

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Proceeds will be donated to Canadian Red Cross – Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Appeal, and matched up to a total of $100,000 CAD.

Proceeds will be donated to Canadian Red Cross – Ukraine Humanitarian
Crisis Appeal, and matched up to a total of $100,000 CAD.

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