Ukrainian students at NDSU to hold fundraiser for war-torn Ukraine

The event will be Wednesday, June 8, at 4e Winery in Mapleton.

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MAPLETON, N.D. — Ukrainian students at North Dakota State University are holding a fundraiser on Wednesday, June 8, to raise money for people of war-torn Ukraine.

The fundraiser will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 4e Winery, 3766 156th Ave. SE in Mapleton.

Those attending will be able to hear from Ukrainian students attending NDSU, experience free, authentic Ukrainian food prepared by the students, take part raffles and a silent auction of artworks, as well as enjoy music by Volunteer Corn.

4e Winery has opened its doors for this event and will serve one complimentary glass of wine for each guest over 21.

Suggested donations: student, $10; non-student, $50 or more.


Donations can be made online at

Attendees should provide proof of student or non-student donations to enjoy the event.

Donations will be processed through the Ukrainian American Community Center, a Minneapolis-based charity that brings aid to the front lines in the form of gear and medical supplies.

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