Watershed Distillery Is Donating All Vodka Sales Profits To Help Ukrainians

Wondering what you can do locally to help Ukrainians in their time of need?

Watershed Distillery has announced that they will be donating 100 percent of the profits from vodka sales during March and April to the World Central Kitchen to aid in feeding Ukrainians.

World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit organization founded in 2010 by restaurateur and philanthropist José Andrés, is providing boots-on-the-ground support for Ukrainians in need. The organization is serving hot meals at border crossings for the Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war and supporting local restaurants preparing meals in major Ukrainian cities.

“Like many around the world, we are heartbroken for Ukraine and stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people,” shares Greg Lehman, CEO and founder of Watershed Distillery. “In the craft distilling community and our local Central Ohio region, we recognize how important community support is in times of need and in building resilient, locally led food systems. We want to do our small part to help other communities who need it most right now.”

World Central Kitchen has been on site of some of the largest humanitarian crises around the world and they continue to expand their efforts as the crisis in Ukraine evolves. For updates and more information, or to make a direct donation, visit www.wck.org.

Watershed Vodka was first released back in 2010. It is produced in Central Ohio and distilled from U.S. grown corn and Ohio grown apples. For more information on Watershed Distillery, please visit www.watersheddistillery.com.

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