WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman and WBC Cares announced the creation of a special recognition for those who have put political affiliations, nationalism, or self-interest aside and are making humanity their paramount priority
“Love Without Borders” or “Amor sin Fronteras”, an honor given to those who promote peace and security, the care and well-being of those affected and afflicted by war, and in the midst of terror there are so many heroes brave, men and women. They have poured their energy into help and we recognize and thank them from the bottom of our hearts.
They are the clear example that love, union and peace are stronger than any war:
Chris Jan, during this time of war rented a truck to bring food and various supplies to refugees from Ukraine, as well as helping to rescue women and children who were trying to leave Ukraine.
Jeff Wojciechowski, who is helping move refugees to safety by finding housing for them.
Grażyna Piotrowska Oliwa, during this time has helped by offering shelter more than 20,000 Ukrainians, to whom she has provided food and even helped them find jobs.
Michelle Ponich, who is organizing donations for disabled children in Ukraine.
Chisa Yamane, who organized a glove signing campaign, contacted one of our groups in Poland, to donate money from the sales.
Scott Welch, who, together with Mikola Kovalchuk, has organized to bring supplies and help thousands of people fleeing Ukraine.
Andrew Wasilewski, who has organized together with several Polish businessmen the transfer of Ukrainian refugees by providing them with housing, food and various supplies.
Ciro Orsini, who through his foundation (The Ciro and Armand Charity Foundation-Help Children Now) and WBC Cares Mid East has turned to providing aid and food to Ukrainian refugees in Ukraine and Poland.
Peter Humphrey, who gathered supplies and drove more than 3,000 miles to the Polish-Ukrainian border to deliver all the aid.
The WBC judges, Daniel and Olena Van De Wiel, who have been given the task of collecting essential items for Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees.
Maryna Kukharchuck, she escaped with her children from war and is now teaching boxing in Germany to refugee children.
The Ukrainian boxer Kostyantyn Rovenskyy who along with his sister are risking their own lives to bring humanitarian aid to the people in this country. They are also helping to evacuate and take them to safe places.