Real estate company collects donations for Ukrainians


Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty is collecting supplies and donations to help support relief efforts for the citizens of Ukraine.

The company’s Ponte Vedra/Nocatee office is assisting St. John Paul II Catholic Church Nocatee by serving as a donation drop off location.

Residents are welcome to bring donations to the company’s office, 333 Village Main St., Suite 670, in the Sawgrass Village Shopping Center in Ponte Vedra Beach. Donations also may be purchased online and shipped directly to the branch office.

Donated items will be transported to distribution centers at the Poland-Ukraine border. The following items are requested:

headlamps (with batteries), red light headlamps (with batteries), sleeping pads, sleeping bags, power banks, thermal underwear, warm socks, fleece jackets, tactical pants, knee pads, gloves, raincoats, bandages, Ibuprofen/painkillers/analgesics, alcohol wipes, medical gloves, activated carbon, gauze sponges, common cold medicine, wipes, diaper rash cream and diapers (all sizes), antiseptic medicine, baby formula and garbage bags.

“We are proud of Ponte Vedra/Nocatee team and community for their commitment to provide desperately needed supplies to the citizens of Ukraine,” said company CEO Kevin Waugaman. “We are extremely grateful to St. John Paul II Catholic Church Nocatee for the opportunity to support their efforts and good work.”

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