NYC private university students to help Ukrainian refugees


More than two dozen Yeshiva University students are on their way to help Ukrainian refugees.

Yeshiva University, a private university located in New York City has extended a kind gesture by heading to Austria to help Ukrainian refugees.

CBS2 was at the campus on Sunday afternoon in Washington Heights, where some of the students were getting ready to head to Vienna.

There, they will help hundreds of refugees by delivering supplies, providing activities for children, and coordinating housing.

“I’m here to do whatever is needed of me,” student Eli Sandhaus said.

“I hope to be able to assist as many people as I can.”

“It’s a very special thing that were doing, very excited, happy and blessed to be a part of it,” Erica Sultan added.

In all, 27 students will be in Austria through March 20, 2022.

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