Our partners in Ukraine are begging us to continue praying with them for the troops remaining at the Azovstal iron and steel works in Mariupol.
Prior to the invasion on February 24th, there were over 100,000 orphans in Ukraine.
Tragically, we know that orphans and vulnerable children and families will be impacted the hardest by this crisis. As conflicts continue the need to safely evacuate, care for, and provide for the orphans and vulnerable children and families of Ukraine is greater than ever before!
Over thirteen years ago, A Family for Every Orphan began serving vulnerable children and families in Ukraine. Today, we have a dozen Christian partners spread across the country that are providing emergency relief services to thousands of children and families in Ukraine, while ministering to their spiritual needs.
Our partners in Ukraine are working tirelessly to evacuate these children to safety in the west and across the border, ensure food and necessities are provided, and minister to and help vulnerable children and families who stayed behind. This vital work cannot be done without your support!
Your gift can make a difference right now to:
Evacuate orphans to safety
Provide food, shelter, medicine and necessities to children and families
Provide refugee support to orphans and families fleeing to Romania
Provide trauma care to vulnerable children and families
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Updates and Prayer Requests from Ukraine
Kharkiv is Ukraine’s second largest city. The relentless shelling there is an continual threat to everyone within its borders. Late last month, 79-year-old Victor Gubarev,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNkLgx6WDIM The war continues on with damage and death tolls rising. Combat hot spots are only increasing with danger and cities like Maripol are unrecognizable
According to figures released by UNICEF, children account for about half of the more than 3 million people who have fled the Russian bombardment of