Supporting Ukraine War With Donations

Ukraine War

The recent invasion of the country of Ukraine by Russia has been something hard to watch and to experience via the sidelines after everything the world has been through these past two years.

Although no longer in Europe, Britain and by extension the UK still of course consider the EU and it's member countries to be our close neighbours, so it is in that spirit that we felt it right to support those who have been displaced and affected by the war, especially the children. 

Something To Help In A Time Of Crisis

So, we have decided to make a donation of a large number of our scooters and our 'Funky Monkey' teddy bear toy, as well as having asked around the 3style team and their friends and families.
vans worth of toys, food and essentials.

The donation of this is kindly being facilitated by the Essex Fire Brigade, with the items delivered to the Great Baddow fire station in the neighbouring town of Chelmsford here in Essex.
From there, the donations will be shipped to the Polish border for the children and families who have been forced to flee their homes and, we hope, give a small taste of normality and play back to these severely affected children and families.

Want To Help Ukraine Too? Visit The British Red Cross

If you too, like us, have been affected by this humanitarian crises and would like to donate something to help, then we fully encourage you to visit the official page of the British Red Cross and make a donation of any kind.


Something To Help In Times Of Need


3 Style Kids Scooter Donation
Ukraine Donation boxes
puzzle boxes for donation

The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has inflicted profound suffering and devastation on countless lives, with children bearing a disproportionate burden of the crisis. As violence escalates and communities are torn apart, the physical, emotional, and psychological well-being of children is increasingly at risk. In this blog, we will delve into the harrowing effects of the Ukraine war on children, shedding light on the challenges they face and the urgent need for support and intervention.

Displacement and Trauma: One of the most immediate and devastating consequences of the Ukraine war is the displacement of families and communities. As conflict rages on, millions of civilians, including children, have been forced to flee their homes in search of safety and refuge. The experience of displacement can be deeply traumatic for children, disrupting their sense of security and stability and exposing them to violence, exploitation, and abuse. Separated from their homes, schools, and support networks, displaced children are at heightened risk of physical and psychological harm, with long-lasting implications for their well-being and development.

Loss of Education and Opportunity: The Ukraine war has also taken a heavy toll on children's access to education and opportunity. As schools are damaged or destroyed, and communities are disrupted, many children are deprived of the chance to learn and thrive in a safe and nurturing environment. For children living in conflict-affected areas, the loss of education not only robs them of essential knowledge and skills but also diminishes their prospects for the future. Without access to quality education, children are more vulnerable to poverty, exploitation, and cycles of violence, perpetuating the cycle of conflict and deprivation for generations to come.

Psychological Distress and Trauma: The trauma of war leaves a profound and lasting impact on children's mental health and well-being. Exposed to violence, loss, and uncertainty, many children experience symptoms of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The psychological toll of the Ukraine war extends far beyond the physical battlefield, affecting children's ability to learn, play, and form healthy relationships. Without adequate support and intervention, the emotional scars of war can linger for years, hindering children's ability to reach their full potential and undermining their resilience in the face of adversity.

Humanitarian Crisis and Vulnerability: Amidst the chaos and devastation of war, children in Ukraine are facing a growing humanitarian crisis, with millions in urgent need of assistance and protection. From access to food, water, and healthcare to protection from violence, exploitation, and abuse, children are among the most vulnerable and marginalized groups affected by the conflict. Without immediate and sustained humanitarian support, children in Ukraine risk being further marginalized and deprived of their basic rights and dignity.

Conclusion: The Ukraine war has inflicted immeasurable suffering and hardship on children, leaving them vulnerable to a myriad of physical, emotional, and psychological challenges. As the conflict continues to escalate, the need for urgent action to protect and support children in Ukraine has never been greater. From providing access to education and healthcare to addressing the psychological trauma of war, the international community must come together to prioritize the needs and rights of children affected by the crisis. Only through collective action and solidarity can we ensure that every child in Ukraine has the opportunity to grow up in safety, dignity, and peace.



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