House of Hope
in the Ukraine crisis

CRISIS HELP

A week after the war began, House of Hope began providing humanitarian aid on the Polish border and in crisis areas of Ukraine.

The relief efforts are coordinated by our operations center in Lviv (Ukraine). In cooperation with the governor of Lviv, a green corridor was created between the Polish border and the city on which aid transports enter the country directly. With a large network of Ukrainian churches, the ministry achieves distribution of goods even to remote areas. In total, we were able to bring over 120 trucks with forty tons of food, medicine and equipment into the country and distribute them in refugee shelters and war zones.

For the evacuation of children and families from war zones as well as the distribution of relief supplies, we have a fleet of nearly 50 vehicles in operation. Among them are coaches, ambulances and vans. For the distribution of food and medicine in war zones, we use bullet-proof vehicles that are in daily use.

VEHICLES IN OPERATION AROUND THE CLOCK

ESTIMATED PEOPLE EVACUATED TOTAL

TONS OF RELIEF SUPPLIES DELIVERED

LOAFS OF BREAD DELIVERED PER DAY

Our focus in the
Ukraine outreach.

NETWORKING

House of Hope has a strong network of local churches & organizations. These represent a tremendous resource for emergency relief and reconstruction in Ukraine.

EVACUATION
Evacuation of families and children – especially orphanages and children with disabilities, are one of our priorities. We are working closely with the government in Ukraine to evacuate families with children from war zones. Especially with the children’s ambassador of the former. President of Ukraine, Nikolai Kuleba. Every day, our large buses and ambulances are deployed in the war zone to rescue orphanages and sick children. With the help of the government, we were able to evacuate several orphanages with staff to other European countries and place sick children in special clinics in Germany.

Food Program

We support local bakeries and buy several 100 tons of flour and sauerkraut each month from a major flour supplier. With it, we supply local bakeries in Lviv, Kiev, Bursivka and Dnipro at two-week intervals. The baked breads are distributed throughout the country to those in need.

rehabilitation centers for refugees

Together, we want to build sustainable rehabilitation centers for refugees that can serve the long-term health and restoration of people and land.

Thank you for your support!

HELP UKRAINE: Financially, Practically, Materially!