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Earle Mack Continues Aid in Ukraine

Operation Heat Ukraine, a humanitarian effort begun by owner/breeder Earle I. Mack, who is also the former Ambassador to Finland, and former New York Governor George E. Pataki, will undertake a fourth mission to Ukraine. Mack and Pataki have already donated and delivered nearly 1,000 industrial and residential heaters benefitting over one million Ukrainian civilians. Operation Heat Ukraine is a non-profit focused on helping those suffering due to the continued Russian attacks. "As we reach the one-year mark of the war in Ukraine, it has never been more important to...

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Mack Provides Ongoing Support With `Operation Heat Ukraine'

Thoroughbred owner and former Ambassador to Finland Earle Mack, in conjunction with former New York governor George Pataki, have launched Operation Heat Ukraine, a nonprofit dedicated to "helping those suffering due to ongoing Russian attacks on critical infrastructure," the organization announced Tuesday. When Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska visited New York, former Gov. George Pataki asked what her country needed most. Her answer was, "heaters, heaters, heaters." As a result, Governor Pataki and Ambassador Earle Mack delivered heaters to Ukraine for 200,000 people on Jan. 12. Each heater can run...

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Pataki, Mack Continue Support of Ukraine

Former New York Governor George Pataki and former U.S. Ambassador to Finland Earle Mack, who joined forces for a humanitarian mission to Ukraine last spring, continued their support of the country with the delivery of over one dozen, industrial-grade heaters to refugee shelters. While leading a humanitarian delegation to Ukraine and border areas accepting refugees, Gov. Pataki and Ambassador Mack delivered large-scale portable heaters, each of them able to warm up to 10 families in the various shelters across the region. The temporary shelters, many of which are converted schools...

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Mack, Brant Return from Humanitarian Mission on Ukraine Border

A horse owner and a philanthropist, Earle Mack has a well-deserved reputation of being there for people in need and getting things done, so it should come as no surprise that he led a delegation that brought medical supplies, food, clothing and other essentials to Ukrainian refugees who had made their way to the border with Hungary. He's back now, after a mission he said was some parts sad, some parts gratifying and some parts inspiring. He achieved what he set out to do, make a difference. "It was emotionally...

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