Think You Don’t Have the Power to Help Ukraine? Think Again.

Think You Don’t Have the Power to Help Ukraine? Think Again.

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” 

If you want to help but feel exhausted and doubt the difference one person can make, we sympathize. It’s easy to become discouraged when standing up to a bullying dictator. You may think your voice makes no difference, but someone will hear. You may think your actions are a drop in the bucket, but they will inspire the rain from others. You have the power to affect change, and the responsibility to try. Cruelty must be contested and, besides, there is peace just in knowing we’ve done all we could to oppose evil.

The unity of the Free World has already dealt a devastating blow to Putin’s regime. Within the span of a couple weeks, Russia’s standing fell from an elite world superpower to a destitute, dystopian pariah state. Our unity has also helped strengthen Ukraine from a developing country to a great nation.




For Us, This is Personal

Mikes Game Shop is a one-man shop, but it wouldn’t have been possible without the enormous contributions of Amy Golovan, a Ukrainian-born web developer, artist, photographer, and designer. She’s like family and her loved ones live in danger every day. We could not sit by and just sell video games while her country suffers this unimaginable humanitarian catastrophe. We appreciate your support and we look forward to the Free World to prevail and this war to be stopped.

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