Ukraine Support

Mar 22, 2022 | Faith Stories, Home Page, News

Our Romanian staff at the Point Of Hope Center remains very busy managing the influx of refugees into the country from Ukraine. Our staff has been coordinating with local pastors who are directly assessing and administering to the needs of the people crossing the border fleeing violence in their home country.

Your support is helping a group of evangelical pastor’s provide blankets, water, food and other items at local churches that are housing hundreds of refugees. The pastors and Ukrainian refugees are so thankful for the assistance the ACF support is providing.

Your support also went to buy bunkbeds for mothers needing to provide beds for their children. These beds went right into Ukraine to help at a church that is proving emergency aid to these families not able to leave the country.

Your support is being used to help children with special needs in Kiev that can’t vacate the hospital or home that are staying at. I cannot begin to share with you the danger these children and mothers find themselves. This outreach is EXACTLY what ACF is built up. Being a Voice for the Voiceless!

As the situation in Ukraine and the neighboring countries continues to unfold please don’t forget these mothers and children.

 

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