If you're an Eastern European looking for a new home after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Johnstown, Pa., may be just the place for you.
A private donor has given a $100,000 grant to a local nonprofit to help Ukrainian immigrants find jobs, housing, and a place to live, reports WJAC.
"I would imagine that model of resettling from Eastern Europe into Johnstown even though it happened roughly 100 years ago and several generations ago that model still applies," says the CEO of Vision Together 2025.
"This donor wants to help people in their greatest time of need, as well as to provide a structure to help people who will get jobs here, live here, shop here, raise families here, and pay taxes here."
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