Refugee life

It was early morning in Zahony, Hungary, at the train station just a 5 min walk to the Tysa River that separates Hungary from Ukraine. We had a pretty steady influx of refugees coming from eastern Ukraine mostly and I was having my first-morning coffee with my buddy Alex....

Separated by War: Missing, Forcefully Taken, Evacuated

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When Tamara and Alyona first reached out to us, everything looked like a typical refugee story in Dnipro. They came from eastern Ukraine -...

New Fence Around the Damaged House in Kharkiv

Inna and Artem lived in their home in Kharkiv until a direct rocket hit completely destroyed the neighboring house, leaving their house with severe...

When Mauripol Lost Her Light

Today, we spoke with Olenha an amazing lady from Ukraine is among many who inspire us. She shared her family’s story during the early...

Elena & Gennadiy Enjoy Their New Home After Fleeing Mariupol

Before the war arrived in Ukraine on February 24th, Elena and Gennadiy could not predict how the following weeks and months would unfold. Within...

Delivering Aid to Bezvodne, Ukraine

You've probably never heard about Bezvodne, a small Ukrainian village in the south, approximately 30 km from the border with Moldova, What makes this...

New Home for Vladimir and Ivan in Kamianske

Vladimir and Ivan in their new apartment in Kamianske, #Ukraine! They are from Mauripol and their families have lost everything and now they live as...

Vinnytsia Visit: Bezvodne Project Launched

We finally met Nina and Andriy, a hard-working volunteers from Vinnytsia, who reached out to us to deliver aid to Bezvodne village where 30+...

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