Nurses hold up a quilt donation that would ultimately be given to a man in  Ukraine who had been sitting in the rain and sleeping outside for weeks. (Mike Mitchell photo)
Nurses hold up a quilt donation that would ultimately be given to a man in  Ukraine who had been sitting in the rain and sleeping outside for weeks. (Mike Mitchell photo)

On March 25, Green Valley resident Mike Mitchell left for Poland to distribute quilts made by the Valley Presbyterian Church's quilting group to Ukrainian refugees and help provide relief in any way he could.

Assistant editor and reporter Lillian Boyd talks with Mitchell about his humanitarian trip and explains how you can help. 

This article from the Guardian details the best ways to distribute emergency aid to Ukraine.

In what ways, big or small, have you provided humanitarian support for Ukraine?