The owner, Lorena Robletto, said this is a special cause for them because they know what's it's like to leave their country in the middle of a crisis.
"I came from Nicaragua. We had a horrific war in the '70s," said Robletto. "I lost most of my childhood friends ... it touched my heart."
The piñata shop is selling handmade heart-shaped piñatas and bouquets of 20 roses in the colors of the Ukrainian flag for $50 each.
"Some people can hang the hearts at their home or right in a business area so can we start telling people, sending a message 'Let's do something,'" said Robletto.
READ ALSO | How to help Ukraine amid Russian attacks
According to Robletto, they are working with the Ukraine Culture Center to donate 100% of the proceeds to help the people of Ukraine.
"People need help, and this is a way we can, if we are far, we can help somehow," said Angela Sanchez, a shop employee.
Anyone who would like to purchase a piñata or bouquet can reach out to the store through social media.
Follow Eric on social media: