Studying Royals increase $7,500 for assist of Ukraine

READING, Pa. – The Studying Royals raised hundreds of {dollars} to assist assist the folks of Ukraine. 

The Royals, in partnership with the Studying Royals Booster Membership, say they raised over $7,500 throughout auctions. 

The auctions included raffles for specialty jerseys and pucks that resemble the Ukrainian flag. The design supposed to assist for many who are being displaced because of the invasion by Russian troops.

“The Studying Royals household has all the time united in occasions of disaster and it’s heartwarming to see it occur within the face of such turmoil,” Royals Common Supervisor David Farrar and Assistant Common Supervisor Dakota Procyk mentioned in a press release. “We’re proud to assist the folks of Ukraine and can proceed to take action till this battle is resolved.”

Proceeds from all jersey and puck gross sales can be donated to the Ukraine Battle Refugee Support Fund of the Bethany Slavic Church in Ephrata, Lancaster County. 

Moreover, the Studying Royals Booster Membership has donated their portion of fifty/50 gross sales to the church’s support fund in addition to elevating further funds by raffle gross sales.

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