Eleven Engineering Donating May Web Profits to Ukrainian Refugees

Eleven Engineering Donating May Web Profits to Ukrainian Refugees | THE SHOPEleven Engineering is giving away its May profits from its webstore to two Ukrainian refugee families, the company announced.

“As this unnecessary war drags on, the team at SKAA made a commitment to once again support more families that have been affected by Putin’s war in Ukraine in 2023,” said John Sobota, Eleven Engineering CEO. “May 2023 was a record sales month for, which means we will provide even greater benefits where it is needed the most. From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank our customers for stepping up and helping Eleven Engineering donate this much needed monetary aid, which is the equivalent of the costs for a year’s rent and other family necessities in hopes that the money helps ease any financial burdens on them while they endure and fight for their country’s freedom and independence.”

Eleven Engineering is donating its May profits to the Prykhodko family, which consists of father Ruslan, mother Yuliia, and children Dmytro (16) and Daniil (10). The family was displaced by Russian missile bombardments close to home. Ruslan lost his income at the start of the war while Yuliia works remotely as the only source of family income.

Also receiving this year’s monetary aid is the Petrunko family, who received Eleven Engineering’s donations last year, as well. The family of four has been relocated a number of times since the war began. The family’s home was damaged by shelling and they were forced to flee their occupied village near Kherson.

“We salute both the Russian people who believe using their country’s military might to shell the homes of children is diabolical, as well as those who risk their lives to protest and resist Putin inside Russia,” Sobota continued. “We hope that our continued small gestures will help Ukrainian families persist with hope and determination as they continue in their noble causes. Thank you to those who fight the good fight.”

Eleven Engineering is also inviting people to share their first-hand stories of heroes from this conflict on its social media platform, the company said.

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