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One year on with no end in sight for this Humanitarian Crisis. Urgent help is still needed for millions!

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Please Support the Urgent Need in Ukraine

Mothers like Tetyana, in Ukraine, have had their lives torn apart by the Russian invasion on February 24th 2022. A single mother of four, her husband, a non-combatant, was killed in the early months of the war, and she now faces an anxious future. 

The invasion has caused widespread shock and fear and resulted in 200,000 casualties to date. Millions have fled to the neighbouring countries of Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and Moldova and beyond. Even as winter is at it's harshest, fighting in the streets of Ukraine's largest cities continues, forcing families to find shelter in basements and tube stations away from the violence.

One year on and the people of Ukraine still need your help. Mission Without Borders is determined to do all it can for families like Tetyana’s and refugee families that have fled from the east. Together with local church partners and with your help we want to bring these words alive from Jesus in Matthew 25:35, “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me.”

A $25 gift will enable us to deliver 1 essential emergency parcel of food with items such as pasta, rice, tinned meat and vegetables. A gift of £50 will enable us to deliver 2 parcels, the second with hygiene items such as soap, washing powder and toothpaste.

Please respond today and stand alongside desperate Ukrainian children and families.

What have we done so far?

Since the first day of the war in Ukraine, our local staff, volunteers and local churches have been able to help on the spot with your donations. We have been able to provide a lot of emergency aid to Ukraine and refugees in the surrounding countries. For example, we have provided emergency shelter including meals to a total of 17,470 refugee families, 78,276 families received relief supplies, hot meals and hygiene items and we have organized summer camps and activity afternoons especially for refugees.


What do we still want to do?

The need is still enormous. In addition to providing emergency aid, we want to continue to provide long-term assistance in Ukraine together with you and help with the reconstruction of the country.

  • Distribute food, hygiene items and relief supplies;
  • Provide assistance with housing;
  • Provide assistance in the restoration of homes;
  • Providing assistance in processing war traumas;
  • Offer firewood, warm clothing and shoes;
  • Provide emergency generators.


Oksana said, “The night before they left, Russian troops started shooting with incendiary shells. We were hiding in the cellar, not far from the house. In one moment, the house sparked like a match, as we had a lot of books, documents and literature in the loft. My husband rushed to the door, opened it and got into the house, trying to save at least something, but it was all in vain. 

“Now we live in our garage, with very few belongings left. Our yard used to be full of flowers. Now it is full of ashes and the fragments of bombs.


 “One day during the Russian occupation, I went in my car to visit my elderly mother, intending to take her to our house. As soon as I reached the main street, the Russians started shooting at my car. Soon afterwards, my grandsons were playing in the street with toy guns, and the Russians began shooting at them. Fortunately, the children laid on the ground and they weren’t killed.” 

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