Harvard students lend an internet-based helping hand to Ukranian refugees 

Too often, the internet is mentioned in the context of cybersecurity intrusions, deplorable digital scams, and less than flattering memes. Occasionally though, it’s a place where good things happen too.

Too often, the internet is mentioned in the context of cybersecurity intrusions, deplorable digital scams, and less than flattering memes. Occasionally though, it’s a place where good things happen too.

Since launch, more than 20,000 people have signed up at Ukraine Take Shelter, demonstrating the overwhelming need for those displaced to find a temporary – if not permanent – place to resettle. This isn’t only a good news story. It’s a potentially good life story. If you can help or know someone who can, please do or pass the opportunity along.