One Voice for Ukraine
It is time for every company in the United States to stand up–use their voices to affirm ubiquitous support for Ukraine.
Solidarity with the People of Ukraine! ScanMyPhotos.com supports Ukraine as a sovereign, self-governing state.
URGENT APPEAL: It’s time to put aside business as usual. This is not a joke or a drill. This is the real deal. Small businesses across the country must band together. We are calling this movement “United for Ukraine” [#UnitedForUkraine].
Those 13 Ukrainian heroes remind us of “Tank Man.” After Chinese officials in Tiananmen Square in 1989 ordered soldiers and police to shoot and kill student protesters, one solitary man stood out from the crowd.
“SNAKE ISLAND 13” will become an epic movie of defiant bravery. On Snake Island in Ukraine, a defiant last stand against Russian forces led to Ukrainian soldiers telling Russian officers to ‘go fuck yourself’ before they died on the island.
Is ScanMyPhotos remarkable? Hardly. Alas, we are reminded of Barry Manilow‘s performance at the 2010 Oslo, Norway Nobel Peace Prize Awards and his hit song, “ONE VOICE.” Can one person or one company make a difference? Yes.
That is why ScanMyPhotos just took over its home page. Stopped business as usual for this important message. Will our advocacy efforts become a catalyst for every business to follow along? Stay tuned.
ONE VOICE reminds us that if one person stands up for their beliefs, the rest will follow. One voice is not enough. Use your voice to affirm the endless voices of Solidarity with the People of Ukraine.
We saw this emotional Instagram post by pop-star, singer, songwriter and actor. Sting:
“I’ve only rarely sung this song in the many years since it was written, because I never thought it would be relevant again. But, in the light of one man’s bloody and woefully misguided decision to invade a peaceful, unthreatening neighbor, the song is, once again, a plea for our common humanity. For the brave Ukrainians fighting against this brutal tyranny and also the many Russians who are protesting this outrage despite the threat of arrest and imprisonment – We, all of us, love our children. Stop the war.
If you are looking to donate, or favorite tech journalist, Marc Saltzman wrote this for USA TODAY: “Want to support the people of Ukraine? These apps and websites can help you send money. A handful of vetted nonprofit organizations have been shared by journalists for those looking to help, with various sites, apps, social media pages, and crowdfunding initiatives to provide monetary aid for various charities and platforms.”
Watch: @callmegrandVladimir “WE DO NOT WANT WAR WITH RUSSIA!”
The Russian attacks are horrific atrocities and have caused immense suffering, fear, and heartbreak. Ukrainian people need your help. If you can donate anything, it will go a long way in helping the Ukrainian people to make it through this crisis. There are many organizations that stand with Ukraine. If you want to help the people of Ukraine, please visit the following links to check out the charity campaigns that are currently running.