Mums 4 Ukraine regularly supports events across Cambridgeshire and elsewhere.
Vyshyvanka Day- Thursday 19th May 5pm
Cultural event in solidarity with Ukraine
Open Garden in Willingham Sunday 22nd May
Come along to enjoy time with family and friends in this beautiful garden! £1 Entry – All Proceed will go to Mums4Ukraine & St Ives Flower Club.
Refreshments will be sold and you might even be luck to win one of the raffle prizes and our Grand Raffle. And if that’s enough then you will be happy to know we will have Ice Cream too 🙂
There will be stalls with plants, books, preserves, brick a brack and more.
For more info contact us at email@example.com or visit the event’s facebook page: (20+) Charity Open Garden for Ukraine | Facebook
Join us in St. Giles’ Church and grounds on Castle Street in central Cambridge on the afternoon of Saturday 14th May to celebrate Europe Day 2022.The fête will be a relaxed, family-friendly event, starting at 1 PM and finishing at 4 PM. Activities will include:- Music by 4Tunes Friends, Dragan Cvejic, Jeremy Harmer, Les Ray, ReSound a cappella and more
– Arts, crafts and games for children with Mums 4 Ukraine
– Food and drink stalls
– Plant sales
– A raffle
All proceeds will go to Cambridge4Ukraine to support the excellent work they do to help the people of Ukraine and Ukrainians here in the Cambridge area. Payments in cash please. Entrance is free, and you don’t need to book a ticket, but we invite you to bring along food & drink (dishes and treats from around Europe are especially welcome!) or plants for our stalls, or to donate a prize for our raffle. If you can do this please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
About Europe Day
Europe Day is held annually on 9th May, and marks the anniversary of the presentation of the Schuman Declaration, an event which led to today’s European Union. Europe Day celebrates shared values of freedom, democracy, human rights, equality, human dignity and the rule of law, the very values that the people of Ukraine are now fighting to defend against the Russian invasion.
Monday 16th May at 7pm
Let’s speak out about the wartime sexual violence. Join our fundraising event to support the heroic fight of our sisters in Ukraine!
We dedicate this meeting to our brave and courageous sisters from SEMA Ukraine. In such a difficult time of war any help is needed but the most valuable is that which comes from the heart and understanding of the situation of war and what is unfortunately inextricably linked with war, namely violence and sexuality.
In this fundraising event, together with our special guests, we will express our deepest solidarity with SEMA Ukraine ’s unbreakable commitment and dedication in their fight against Russian oppression. All proceedings from the event go directly to support SEMA Ukraine members to supply them with regular humanitarian and medical aid.
SEMA Ukraine is a network of Ukrainian women who suffered sexual violence during the all-too-often forgotten conflict in the Donbas region that started in 2014. Women were subjected to rape, mutilation of sexual organs, forced nudity, torture, and video recording of acts of sexual violence against them. After the Russian invasion on 24 February 2022, history is repeating itself. We hear an increasing number of reports evidencing sexual assaults against Ukrainian women. The SEMA Ukraine members remain in their country and support the emotional recovery of the sexual violence survivors, and fight for their freedom.
All 16 women in SEMA Ukraine serve their country tirelessly. They document Russian crimes against humanity, care, provide food and medicine to the Ukrainian soldiers and are defenders themselves. Other members run military trainings to young Ukrainians, work as doctors in hospitals and look after displaced civilians and their children.
Join our event to hear their stories and testimonies of wartime sexual violence survivors.
To book your tickets please go to the event’s facebook page: (20+) 16 Unbreakable Women | Facebook
On Sunday 10th April more than 100 children joined us for a fun Easter Egg Hunt at Romsey Recreational Ground (on Vinery Road) in Cambridge.
Chocolate eggs, small toys, fruit and magic beans were hidden in the wooded area of the park by the Easter Bunny. And the children were great at following the map and finding all the little hidden treasures. We loved the smiley faces.
The Mums4Ukraine team also baked yummy cakes ( we even had a rocky road cake made by our 10 year old chief helper Szimon), and there were also some garden plants on sale!.
It was a gorgeous sunny day, with lots of smiley faces, excited children and LOTS of chocolate eggs.
Thank you for Asda and Co-operative for supporting our Easter Egg Hunt by donating raffle prizes.
We raised a total of £732,35 which is fantastic. Thank you everyone for your help!
To see some of the photos visit the Mums4Ukraine facebook page