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Who We Help

With the war in Ukraine, the needs today in East-Central Europe today are even more widespread than ever before.

War Relief
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With the ongoing war in Ukraine, there continue to be widespread challenges for many vulnerable individuals. From war-related unemployment to infrastructure damage to unpredictable missile fire, Ukrainians are struggling to survive and care for their families.

Mission: Winter Warmth

The needs of vulnerable people are greatly increased during the winter months when the cold weather sets in. With utilities being impacted by the war, many are struggling to survive the long cold winter. Our mission is to ensure the survival of as many people as we can.

Mission: Food
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The needs of families have exploded since the war broke out in February of 2022. What was once primarily a rural problem is now widespread across the country as families everywhere grapple with severe food insecurity, lack of clean water, unsafe communities and homes, and war trauma. 

Mission: Kids
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Children have been deeply impacted demographics by the war in Ukraine. Refugee children, internally displaced children, and orphans have experienced trauma that no child should. They have left their homes, lost all their belongings, or have even lost their parents. Many are suffering from PTSD from constant air raid sirens and missile strikes. They need extra love and care.  

Leader Care

When communities are in crisis, who cares for the shepherds? Most humanitarian efforts for people in crisis in East-Central Europe are being done by Christian churches and charities. However many leaders are weary and have needs that are not being met in their own lives and families. We an help care for these caregivers.

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