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Attention: Ukraine Needs Our Help Now
iMiracleProject offers immediate, tangible ways to assist Ukraine residents and refugees.
Ukraine Needs Our Help Now
The iMiracleProject offers immediate, tangible ways to assist Ukraine residents and refugees.
Kirkland-based humanitarian non-profit iMiracleProject has been instrumental in quickly gathering a dynamic team to assist Ukrainians living there and people fleeing for safety reasons.
Within the past two weeks, iMiracleProject's Founder/Director, Serge Bagdasarov has put together a united task force consisting of both local and global organizations. This task force has coordinated with various resources to secure almost 120 tons of medical supplies and 3,000 Emergency Trauma kits that are ready for transport to the border of Poland.
Over 1,000 local volunteers have responded to help with sorting and packing daily. Local businesses have also stepped up to help, including Lucky Pen, Pro-Quality Logistics, Andrey's Delivery, Overlake Hospital, and Kaiser Permanente. These companies have offered cultural and professional expertise, company vehicles, storage space, equipment, and supplies.
The iMiracleProject will be transporting the first round of kits and supplies to Ukraine within days. Supplies will continue being collected and shipped to Ukraine throughout this critical time.
Bagdasarov emphasizes that iMiracleProject's mission has long been to support refugees. The iMiracleProject, in collaboration with The Lucky Pen, Orion Sports Group, Lsi Credit Solutions, and Absolute Insurance Solutions, is developing educational programs for newcomers to help them adapt to American life.
Staff member Oksana Piskun will soon be flying to Poland to help coordinate child foster care and the adoption of orphans.
Bagdasarov, himself, is a former refugee from Baku, Azerbaijan—his Armenian family fled due to the political conflict in that country. They first moved to Russia for a few years until relocating permanently to Bellevue. Bagdasarov's personal experiences have made such a strong impression on him that his aspirations are focused solely on finding ways to help other refugees.
Bagdasarov has family members currently living in Ukraine, including young male relatives, who are fighting in the war. Rather than wallowing in fear and dread, Bagdasarov leans into inspiration. He tells his own miracle story of being diagnosed with Stage 3 brain cancer at age 21—chances of which surviving were slim to none, but amazingly he did survive. And now he is moved to help others through their own trials.
"I'm a walking miracle," he says. "Please help us make more miracles possible."
Please refer to the iMiracleProject Website (https://www.imiracleproject.org/
Contact Serge Bagdasarov at email@example.com or
206-446-1471 for interviews.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 15, 2022