- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
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- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Chicago, Ukrainian Breweries Team Up For Special Beer To Support Humanitarian Efforts
Midwest Coast Brewing is collaborating with Varvar Brew in Kyiv to launch a version of Ukrainian Golden Ale.
Lincoln Square American Legion Post Fundraiser Will Help Ukraine Soldiers, Their Families
The fundraiser is open to the public and begins 6 p.m. at the American Legion Tattler Post No. 973.
Here’s How You Can Support Ukraine Relief Efforts In Chicago This Weekend
Concerts, auctions and more are being held across the city Saturday and Sunday to raise money for humanitarian relief in Ukraine.
Concert Series At Portage Park’s City News Cafe Raises Thousands To Support Relief Efforts In Ukraine
Music and poetry events are scheduled to take place at the cafe this weekend, and sales from Ukrainian postcards and truffles made in house will also benefit charities working on the ground in Ukraine.
UChicago To Pay Tuition For Incoming Freshmen Impacted By Russia Invading Ukraine
Undergraduate students already enrolled at the university may be eligible for more financial aid and help resolving visa issues on a case-by-case basis, officials said.
Tetiana Shkirdan Sewed Face Masks Early In The Pandemic. Now, She’s Making Ukrainian Flags To Support Her Home Country
All proceeds from Shkirdan's flag sales are going to buy gear and supplies for Ukrainian soldiers and refugees: "I have a sewing machine. Let me do this. Let me try to do this."
Irving Park Family Raising Money To Help Ukrainians Starting Over In Chicago After Russian Invasion
Olesia Kravchuk and her two young children fled Ukraine, taking only one suitcase as troops advanced on their country. They're scheduled to arrive in Chicago Saturday.
Escape From Ukraine: How A Wicker Park Woman Is Helping Her Family And Others Get Out
Jackie Birov, a first-generation Ukrainian American and Wicker Park resident, has helped people flee Ukraine amid the Russian invasion. She's also raising money for body armor for Ukrainians.
Chicago Ukrainian Dance Group Teaching Virtual Classes To Children Trapped In Kyiv During Russian Invasion
"To even touch the heart of one child and give them one little tiny smile for a day is enough to feel just slightly better," said one dancer with the Hromovytsia Ukrainian Dance Ensemble of Chicago.
Ukrainian Village Students, Parents And Teachers Rally For Peace In Ukraine
"We need to show them support and be together and show them that we're here. Even if we can't do much from here, all we can do is support them and and be there with them," one Columbus Elementary teacher said.
Portage Park Teacher And Ukrainian Artist’s Upcoming Show Will Benefit Wounded Soldiers In Ukraine: ‘This Is So Important’
The exhibit opens 7 p.m. Friday at the Ukrainian National Museum and runs through March 27.
Here’s How To Donate Medical Supplies, Food, Clothing And More To The People Of Ukraine
The Hromovytsia Ukrainian Dance Ensemble of Chicago will collect donations indefinitely at the Ukrainian Cultural Center. "Everybody that's here, not in Ukraine, has a job to do," one dancer said.
Hundreds Rally To Support Ukraine, Pushing For Action Over Words: ‘Slava Ukraini, And Screw Vladimir Putin,’ Pritzker Says
“Anything we can do to help is what I'm trying to achieve,” said Kateryna Logoeska, a Ukrainian American whose parents have been hiding in a bomb shelter in Ukraine for days.
Ukrainian Leaders In Chicago Say Sanctions Against Russia Not Enough To Deter Putin
"As we speak today, people are dying. Our cities are being destroyed. And we need to act now," a Ukrainian business leader said. A rally in support of Ukraine is planned for Sunday afternoon in Ukrainian Village.
Ukrainian Americans In Chicago Feel ‘Helpless’ For Family, Country As Threat Looms Of Russian Invasion
A City Council committee approved a resolution affirming the city's support for "the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine." Kyiv, Ukraine's capital, is one of Chicago's sister cities.