Messages to Ukraine is the project brainchild of employees at Preply, a language learning company. Notes of hope and love from around the world began streaming across the 722 foot tall Warsaw Spire in the center of Poland's capital for millions of refugees on Friday night. People from 115 countries have left more than 6,800 messages in 84 languages. Each note has been translated to Ukrainian and English. "The idea was born of simply wanting to spread messages of positivity and hope," Daniele Saccardi, a campaigns manager with Preply, said. "What is most moving is the scope of messages. People from all over the world are sharing messages of strength and hope."

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