From Relief Today to Prosperity Tomorrow
We exist to support local charities as catalysts for healing, restoration and the birth of a new Ukraine
Art Therapy for Children
St. Olga’s Women’s Shelter
Shelter and Healing from Trauma
Rehabilitation for Wounded Soldiers
Lviv Relief Center
Food, clothing, emotional and spiritual support for refugees
Ukraine Relief Network featured on KHON2 News
Oleksandra Zaritska of top Ukrainian group KAZKA at SXSW benefitting Ukraine Relief Network
7 sisters from Kiev together with local women weave masking nets
The bomb shelter of the maternity hospital near Odessa
People with their children serve in unloading and sorting humanitarian aid
Anya Tikhomirova — was born during the war
Tanya, Salome, Yulia, Olya, Misha and others help refugees at night at the train station
Flag of Ukraine on a palm tree
Air alert at the train station where our volunteers are helping refugees
Obolon, morning of March 14th
March 15, 2022, Kiev was bombed
Sasha was shot in the arm.
The doctors had to amputate it.
Lviv today. The last time statues and other architectural monuments were protected with wooden structures during the 2nd World War. And here it is again...
109 baby strollers on the central square of Lviv, representing 109 dead children.
The shell hit the houses. Several houses burned to the ground. Neighbors help each other, provide housing to victims and people who have lost their homes.
It happened March 23rd in the middle of the night. This is the house of Ludmila and her husband Valery, where their house church meets regularly. Valery had the night shift guarding the gate in their village. Ludmila was woken up by their dog, she decided to check on it. As she was going downstairs, a Russian missile came through the roof, tore though the bedroom she was in just seconds before, and landed in the storage shed on the other side of the house without exploding. Then another missile hit the house nextdoor exploding and destroying it completely. The explosion knocked Ludmila down. Miracoulosly, she was not hit by the countless pieces of metal, glass and concrete flying all around her.
Despite the war, Denis and Nastya decided to get married! They had to leave Kiev. Wedding in Ivano-Frankivsk — in a small circle of relatives and friends.
Dr. Tirej Brimo and His Medical Team Treat Casualties Fleeing from the Eastern Front
After the rocket attack in Lviv, a concert was held in the organ hall without electricity.
Video about the visit of Christian Ray and Deb Flores to Ukraine
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