NoCode Storybook #21: Ukraine and the World



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Thought of the Week
The past week has been destabilizing, physically detrimental and emotionally draining for millions around the world. It has presented some stark opposites and offered valuable leadership lessons. However, time is of the essence and if you haven’t pitched in for Ukraine, I urge you to. Rather than riff on NoCode topics this week, I’d like to share some ways you can help the people of Ukraine during this trying time.
There are some very credible ways to donate to the people in Ukraine. Here are my top 3:
#1: If you want to donate Crypto, the official Twitter handle of the Ukrainian Government shared this tweet recently. The addresses are verified and donations being accepted now.
Ukraine / Україна
Stand with the people of Ukraine. Now accepting cryptocurrency donations. Bitcoin, Ethereum and USDT.

BTC - 357a3So9CbsNfBBgFYACGvxxS6tMaDoa1P

ETH and USDT (ERC-20) - 0x165CD37b4C644C2921454429E7F9358d18A45e14
#2: As of this writing there are over 350 civilians dead in Ukraine with over a dozen children among them. Although every life matters, the suffering experienced by children in this avoidable tragedy is especially painful. Consider donating to the UNICEF’s official cause supporting children in Ukraine.
Children Are Bearing Brunt Of Intensifying Crisis Ukraine | UNICEF USA
#3: If you live stateside, consider donating to Nova Ukraine. They are a small organization based in the Bay Area, and a credible team of immigrants from Ukraine doing their part.
Donate to Nova Ukraine – Nova Ukraine
And finally, Abdulaziz from the NoCode Wealth podcast is in the middle of the crisis in Kyiv, still spreading a message of hope!
Abdulaziz M Alhamdan, M.Sc.
I am in Kyiv, Ukraine, in the middle of a war zone

And to keep my mental health, I have this hopeful series of thought 👇
The world can be a weird and scary place. But the amazing ways in which people have rallied to help Ukraine and sanction Putin provide some much-needed solace. Meanwhile, we can all learn from the resilience and spirit of the Ukrainian people.
Thank you for reading!
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