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True Ukrainian flag flies outside St. John the Baptist in Riverhead. (Credit: Lee Meyer)

In times of crisis, we all went to do our part to help, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. These local businesses are donating revenue, proceeds and goods to aid the people of Ukraine.

Arni Paperie

54127 Main Road, Southold

Half of all sales on Saturday and Sunday will go to the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee.

Disset Chocolate

28080 Main Road, Cutchogue

All proceeds of sales of the yuzu blueberries and nibs bar go to World Central Kitchen, which is currently serving thousands of meals to Ukrainian refugees each day.

The Giving Room Yoga Studio and Juice Bar

56215 Main Road, Southold

The Giving Room is taking donations of sleeping bags, first aid kits, socks, hats, sweaters/sweatshirts, painkillers, neosporin, bandages, toothpaste and toothbrushes, soap, stick deodorants, coagulants, children’s anti-allergens, flashlights (no batteries) and money to be delivered to St. John the Baptist in Riverhead. Also, 50% of Giving Room sales on Saturday will be donated to Ukraine Relief. 

Hellenic Snack Bar

5145 Main Road, East Marion

Hellenic Snack Bar will offer a special #IStandWithUkraineMenu on Tuesday, March 8. All proceeds will be donated to the citizens of Ukraine.

Jamesport Sourdough and Coffee

Half the revenue from the Community Supported Bread subscription, which is a five-week sourdough bread subscription, will go to the International Rescue Committee.

Solntse Hot Yoga

5768 Route 25a, Wading River

Donation-based meditations will be held on Friday, March 4 at 6 p.m. Proceeds will go to various relief charities.

Additionally, you can donate certain items directly to St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, 820 Pond View Road, Riverhead.

Editor’s Note: If you’re a North Fork business and would like to be on this list, email [email protected] to be added.