“The Russia-Ukraine War continues to be front of mind for all of us at Aquent.”John Chuang, CEO – Aquent
With the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine continuing, Aquent announced efforts to show support for Ukraine and others impacted by the war. The company is taking action in several ways. In addition to reaching out to their employees from Ukraine to offer support and time off, they have partnered with CARE to support their Ukraine Crisis Fund. Aquent is donating $100,000 to CARE’s Ukraine Crisis Fund through matching funds and contributions. They’ve established a dedicated fundraising page and will match total contributions up to $50,000. Donations to this fund will help CARE rush support to Ukrainian families with urgently needed water, food, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance—prioritizing women and girls, families, and the elderly.
CARE was founded more than 75 years ago in the wake of World War II to support war survivors with lifesaving food and supplies sent in the world’s first CARE Packages®. Together with its staff, talent, and clients, Aquent is committed to making a difference in the lives of those impacted by these tragic events.
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