BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- Absolute Resolutions Corp., headquartered in Bloomington, MN, announced today that they have made donations to both World Central Kitchen and International Medical Corps to aide in the ongoing Ukrainian humanitarian crisis.
World Central Kitchen was started in 2010 after an earthquake devastated Haiti. They focus on bringing healthy and safe food to the frontlines of disaster, currently serving thousands of fresh meals to Ukrainian families both in Ukraine and the surrounding areas where refugees are being transported. Founded on the belief that food can foster a sense of community and jump-start economic recovery, they source locally wherever possible and have even developed a Food Producer Network to train aspiring chefs in skills and safety.
International Medical Corps is providing a wide range of humanitarian relief including medical, mental health and protection services to those who have been affected by Russia’s invasion in Ukraine and in neighboring countries. They have a long-standing history of helping Ukraine that dates back to 1999 when they delivered relief and medicine to healthcare facilities and assisted in training medical staff. They are currently prepared to expand their operations as the need arises in the developing conditions.
“ARC stands with the citizens of Ukraine as they face unimaginable circumstances. We are proud to support these great organizations and the work they are doing on the frontlines.” stated Chris Winkler, CEO.
About Absolute Resolutions Corp.
Absolute Resolutions Corp. is a certified professional receivables company headquartered in Bloomington, MN. www.absoluteresolutions.com
About International Medical Corps About World Central Kitchen
WCK is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crisis.
International Medical Corps is a global, nonprofit, humanitarian aid organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering by providing emergency medical services, as well as healthcare training and development programs, to those affected by disaster, disease, or conflict.