• Mostly it is the children who require special attention and kindness, and they more than anyone else are looking for mercy and presents.
  • As a result of shelling of the residential area, people are left without shelter, deprived of a normal life and forced to move to new places.
  • The care of IDPs primarily involves assessment of their needs and provision of psychological and spiritual support.
  • Every week we deliver bread - the main food staple - to the population who live in the areas within the ATO zone, thus helping them to survive.
  • Mostly it is the children who require special attention and kindness, and they more than anyone else are looking for mercy and presents.
  • The Coordinating Council meeting on issues of internally displaced persons, with the participation of UNHCR, OSCE, UNICEF, representatives of the offices of the local regional and city councils and volunteer centers.

We Support the Displaced Population

Due to the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine, the civilians of Donets’ka and Luhans’ka oblasts (provinces) are forced to leave their place of residence and seek asylum in other places.

We Support Children

Children are Our Future. Mostly it is the children who require special attention and kindness, and they more than anyone else are looking for mercy and presents.

We Support the Elderly People

This is a special category of people who are to be treated tenderly, with an open heart and love, regardless of their nationality, religion and views on life.

We Support the Residents of Luhans’ka and Donets’ka Oblasts

Today, people who reside in the combat zone in the eastern Ukraine are deprived of a normal life and have many needs to be addressed.

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“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up” (BIBLE, NIV, Galatians 6:9)