Ivanka Trump Steps In To Deliver 1 Million Meals To Ukrainian War Refugees

Ivanka Trump’s former first daughter is again challenging the narrative of Trump and is stepping in to assist those in need. She donated 1 million meals to war-torn Ukraine refugees.

One million meals turned out to be 158,400 lbs of food.

Ivanka’s charitable act was done in partnership with the UPS Foundation and other organizations.

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Giving back

Ivanka Trump spoke out in an interview for Fox News.

“The Ukrainian people have shown inspiring courage and resilience during the invasion of their country by Russia. It is not uncommon for the most vulnerable to bear the brunt of hardships and pain. With this food, I hope to provide a small source of comfort and nourishment for Ukrainians who are suffering so greatly.”

Fox reported that Trump gave hundreds of thousands of dollars in order to supply meals. 

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Ivanka’s Other Charitable Causes

Ivanka Trump has a long history of helping the less fortunate.

Back in March, Trump helped out with a program called “Farmers To Families.” The program started by her father, President Donald Trump, enabled the Department of Agriculture to purchase produce, dairy, and meat from American farmers and distribute it to food banks, nonprofits, and other community and faith-based organizations.

Trump donated food boxes to Florida’s needy, and helped set up The Lifeboat Project shelter for survivors of human trafficking. Ivanka Trump has been involved in several projects aimed at preventing human trafficking. 

She joined former college football player Tim Tebow, and the then-U.S. attorney general Bill Barr for a conversation in Atlanta about human trafficking. Barr said that Trump would give $100 million to local tribal communities and other groups to stop human trafficking.

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Being Recognized By Non-Conservatives

Ivanka Trump is not alone in being recognized for the work she does on others’ behalf.

Back in February, her husband, former White House Advisor Jared Kushner, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his part in “negotiating four normalization deals between Israel and Arab nations known as the ‘Abraham Accords.”” 

Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus, nominated Kushner. Dershowitz is not a conservative but was intellectually open enough to acknowledge that his nomination wouldn’t be popular with his liberal colleagues, and felt it was well-deserved. His nomination for Kushner was, he said.

“The Nobel Peace Prize is not for popularity. It is not a reflection of the opinions of peace-makers in other parts of the world. It is an award for fulfilling the daunting criteria set out by Alfred Nobel in his will.”

Rumours circulated in December 2020 that Ivanka Trump might run for Senate. She may have left New York to go to Florida and could be looking at becoming the primary challenger for Sen. Marco Rubio.

The rumors quickly dispelled. Trump claimed that Rubio is a friend of hers and she didn’t want to be against him.