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In response to the unfolding war in Ukraine, the Town of Ashland issues its statement of unity with the Ukrainian people and offers the following list of resources to donate, stay informed, and learn more with education resources.

March 1, 2022- As the war in Ukraine continues to unfold, the Town of Ashland stands in unity with the Ukrainian people as they continue to oppose Putin's flagrant and unsanctioned invasion of their country.  Our thoughts continue to be with our Ukrainian and Russian communities in town, which consist of residents, businesses, and employees, many of whom are deeply concerned with family and friends in the region. 

While it is difficult for us in Ashland to effectuate change on a global scale, what we can do is model civil behavior and work to peacefully and respectfully resolve our differences while being kind to one another. To that end, we encourage residents to voice their opinions and concerns peacefully and lawfully to oppose Russian aggression.

-Ashland Select Board   
Joseph Magnani, Chair  
Brandi Kinsman, Vice Chair  
Robert Scherer, Clerk   
Yolanda Greaves   
Steve Mitchell   

Town Manager, Michael Herbert



Cash for Refugees

Doctors Without Borders

Global Disaster Relief Team

Hospitals in Ukraine

International Committee of the Red Cross

National Bank of Ukraine

Project Hope

Sunflower of Peace

The United Nations Refugee Agency 

Voices of Children

Ukrainian Congress Committee of America

Ukrainian Department of Public Health


USA for UNHCR - The UN Refugee Agency


Associated Press

National Public Radio


History: Smithsonian Magazine and the PBS News Hour explore Ukraine’s relationship with Russia from the fall of the Russian Empire in 1917 to today. 

Winter On Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom a Netflix Original Documentary 
IMDB Review
NYTimes Review

Harvard University Ukrainian Research Institute List of Teaching Resources

San Diego County Office of Education: Teaching, Social and Emotional Learning Resources for Educators, Families, to Discuss: the Events in Ukraine with Students