FOX 13 – SALT LAKE CITY | March 16, 2022

SALT LAKE CITY — Max Morozoff has been living as a U.S. citizen in Utah for almost 30 years. For the past month, he’s been talking to his friends and family back home around the clock.

“Every single day, all day long, we talk to each other,” said Morozoff. “I mean, even whether it’s a text message or they send me a video or something like that. But 24/7 we basically stay in touch.”

Coordinating volunteers from Utah with authorities in Ukraine, Morozoff has helped the local nonprofit August Mission identify that the biggest need for refugees right now is medical help.

“We’ve talked to the governor of Lviv in Western Ukraine, and he wants us to help staff some clinics over there in hospitals,” said Bruce Roberts, founder and CEO of August Mission. “And so we’re reaching out into the medical community and looking for any types of providers that are willing to donate their time.”…

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