Hope for Ukraine continued its invaluable support across the country with a series of heartfelt initiatives. On January 15th, in a brave and compassionate act, our volunteers delivered Christmas gifts to children and families in one of the most dangerous parts of the Kherson region, where people live under the constant threat of artillery shelling. This gesture brought a glimmer of hope and joy to those living in such perilous conditions. Following this, our refugee center in Lviv, a haven since the start of the full-scale war, continued to provide a familial environment for over 2000 families seeking refuge via our Refugee project. We ensured they received the care and support needed during these trying times.
The organization’s focus on nurturing the creative spirits of Ukrainian children remained steadfast, with our after-school arts and crafts program inspiring creativity across the country. On January 18th, our volunteers took on the critical task of delivering food and warm clothing to frontline defenders while also preparing food for residents in frontline towns. The next day, our efforts to provide comfort during the harsh winter included preparing and dispatching a truck full of firewood to the Kherson region, aimed at keeping the residents of many villages warm. Moreover, new arts and crafts supplies were delivered to children in the Kirovograd region’s after-school program, fueling their excitement and creativity.
As we reached January 21st, our commitment to supporting the brave defenders of Ukraine continued, with the delivery of first aid kits and winter supplies to those on the frontline. Each day, Hope for Ukraine stands in solidarity with every person affected by the ongoing crisis, and we invite you to join us in this mission. Your donations and support enable us to continue making a real difference in the lives of many, bringing aid, warmth, and hope to those in need across Ukraine.