Together with many other helpers, we are able to evacuate people from war zones on a regular basis right now. In the last 3 weeks we were able to save about 2400 people. We are overwhelmed and encouraged by the helpers who have given up a lot to help here on the ground. And from your support. With your money we can buy cars that we use to rescue people from war zones. Because it is so dangerous to drive on the partially closed or destroyed roads, cars are repeatedly damaged. Thank goodness no people have been injured so far.
This week we were again able to participate in a large evacuation with various relief organizations. In total, we were able to rescue 784 people from the war zone and bring them to rehabilitation centers. We are very grateful that there were no incidents and everything went safely. Thank you for your support in making such evacuations possible. The people of Ukraine continue to depend on our help. If you also want to support this project financially, you are welcome to register via the following link: Ukrainehelp.me
Today we met with Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Iryna Vereshuk. This meeting was about getting a better understanding of the current situation of the people on the front lines, as well as their acute needs. As Haus der Hoffnung e.V., we have been working for the people on the ground since the beginning of the war. In doing so, we bring children and families from war zones to safety and then aim to provide them with holistic care with reintegration. For the construction of further rehabilitation centers as well as a system for quick coordination of evacuations and relief transports, we need your financial support! To this end, we currently see a funding requirement of $10 million to ensure sustainable aid for the people before the winter. Thank you for your support, you give new hope to many people! The people of Ukraine continue to depend on our help. If you also want to support this project financially, you are welcome to register via the following link: Ukrainehelp.me
The next project we visited is in Kharkiv. The city was particularly hard fought, the traces of devastation are serious. The city was liberated, but the need is still great. Many people live in apartment blocks without electricity and water. A local church cares for hundreds of needy people every day, they also go to people who are no longer mobile and do very important work. Locally, we have been looking for ways to support this project. The people of Ukraine continue to depend on our help. If you would also like to support this project financially, practically or with relief supplies, you are welcome to register via the following link: Ukrainehelp.me
For the past few weeks, one of our teams has been near the front lines evacuating people from the partially destroyed areas. Families with children in particular need help when fleeing, but addicts have also often not yet managed to escape. Thank you for helping us bring hope to the people on the ground.The people of Ukraine continue to depend on our help. If you would also like to support this project financially, practically or with relief supplies, you are welcome to register via the following link: Ukrainehelp.me
Stephan reports with a new update from Ukraine. We were able to evacuate 250 people this week near Lyssychansk at the last minute with several buses. Meanwhile, the territories are under Russian control. We are very grateful that everything went safely.
For more than three months we have been allowed to support the people in Ukraine in this war situation. This is only possible because of your great support. Whether through finances, practical help, or supplies brought to our camps, this outreach of hope would not be possible without you. So that you can see where your help is going, Martin has summarized our four main projects in Ukraine for you. The people of Ukraine continue to depend on our help. If you would like to support this project financially, practically or with relief supplies, you are welcome to register via the following link: Ukrainehelp.me Thank you for your support!
For a few days now, one of our teams has been in Nipro in eastern Ukraine. So close to the war zones, the need is especially great. The areas are difficult to reach and that’s why much less aid gets there. In this update, Martin tells you about one of our evacuations. If you would like to support the needy of Ukraine financially or with relief supplies or practically, you can register here: www.ukrainehelp.me Thank you for your support!
Since the beginning of the war, the population of Lviv has doubled. As a result, and due to injuries sustained during flight or in war zones, local clinics are overcrowded. Thanks to your support we were able to deliver two ambulances for the children’s ward in the last weeks. If you would like to support the needy of Ukraine financially or with relief supplies or practically, you can register here: Ukrainehelp.me Thank you for your support!
Our second convoy of vehicles has arrived in Ukraine. Transporters for the evacuation of refugees as well as ambulances and a large coach were handed over to the helpers in the war zones. If you would like to support the needy of Ukraine financially or with relief supplies or practically, you can register here: www.ukrainehelp.me Thank you for your support!
With our buses we were able to evacuate children from an orphanage in a crisis area of Ukraine twice so far. In total, there were over 150 children that we were able to bring safely to a new home.
In the last few days we have had to fight against some resistance. On the other hand, we have experienced many miracles that have opened new doors for us. Stephan provides information on the current situation. If you would like to support the needy of Ukraine financially or with relief supplies or practically, you can register here: www.ukrainehelp.m e Thank you!
Our bulletproof vans have arrived and are ready to travel to the war zones. Many Ukrainian farmers have heard about our missions and are ready to support us with goods.
Two members of our team were in Kiev today. They had several appointments with organizations that provide aid in the war zone and work with us. Among others, with a former advisor to the President of Ukraine, who today rescues children with disabilities from war zones with his organization.
On Sunday night, several missiles hit a military base 30 kilometers from our control center in Lviv. 35 people lose their lives. Because we receive many requests, we would like to give you an update on the current situation with this video.
Last week, thanks to the many volunteers, we were able to distribute over 600 tons of relief supplies in Ukraine. Our warehouse in Ukraine is very well received by local helpers. So well, in fact, that we are distributing more aid in Ukraine than we are currently getting in.
With many volunteers from Ukraine, our hall in the Lviv continues to fill. Every day, trucks deliver goods that can be distributed in smaller vans all over the country. For more than a week, together with many volunteers, we have been providing humanitarian aid to those in need in Ukraine. In this video, Martin takes you inside the latest developments. We are so grateful for the many good meetings, miracles and for your strong support.
01 March, in the early hours of the morning one of our teams travels to Lviv (Lviv) in Ukraine under police protection. This is only possible through direct contact with the local governor. Soon after that followed the first talks with the local government. The goal is to achieve a green corridor along which aid transports can bring goods to Ukraine unhindered and quickly. With success! The corridor can be used already the following day. It is still a big bureaucratic effort to cross the border. But the time this process takes has been cut in half. Miraculously, the possibility arises to use a newly built but still empty warehouse on the Ukrainian side for the relief supplies.
February 27, 2022, this Sunday marks the start of our mission of hope for the people of Ukraine. Our first stop is Krakow. From here, we connect with other relief organizations on the Polish border and look for common ways in crisis relief.
The following day we start with scouting. Our teams are distributed among shelters on the Ukrainian border and in Krakow. We learn a lot about the situation of the refugees and especially that the greatest need is behind the closed border.