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UKRAINE
HUMANITARIAN AID

Since the devastating war began in Ukraine, Vladimir Romanov and his wife have been very passionate about doing anything they can to help. They are a part of the Hope For Children Mission Group team, and they’ve joined forces with church members to deliver the humanitarian help and support that people in Ukraine need at this time. 

 

Russia’s attack on Ukraine has caused hundreds of casualties, forced Ukrainians to lose their homes, destroyed many parts of major cities, and led to food shortages — just to name a few.

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We still need your help to keep our efforts going. Please donate using the link below, and be sure to write “Ukraine” in the comment section so that we can properly allocate the donations. None of the funds will be directed to the church’s ministry or military aid. All of the funds are strictly being used for humanitarian aid in Ukraine.

Slavic Evangelical Baptist Church is registered as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and all donations are tax deductible.

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What will the donations be used for?

As part of our humanitarian aid efforts, we are delivering food, blankets, mattresses, clothing, and other necessities to the Ukrainian border. Once the humanitarian aid reaches Ukraine, we have teams from local churches ready in Ukraine, who will be helping to spread the help to everyone in need and ensure it reaches the right destination. Representatives from our church are also present in Ukraine actively helping people in need.

 

We really appreciate any and every donation. Thank you for helping us to make this happen!

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