“The missile hit. Everything was on fire. I heard gunshots. It had hit my neighbours. Blood everywhere. You won’t find an answer. There is no answer. There is nothing left.” – Igor* described what he witnessed. 

UN aid agencies estimate that millions of people could be displaced following the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. 6.5 million people have been displaced within the country, and over 3.6 million people who have left the country urgently fleeing to neighbouring countries as they seek safety.

The terrifying sound of air raid sirens blaring throughout Kyiv, and images of locals taking shelter in underground places like subway stations, only show a glimpse of the horrific reality that many families and individuals are currently experiencing. 

Many who have already left the country – mostly women and children – have been forced to separate from their husbands, fathers and brothers, as men aged 18-60 have been restricted from leaving the country for possible conscription.

“There are no winners in war, but countless lives will be torn apart.”– Filippo Grandi, head of UN refugee agency UNHCR. 

There is great fear and uncertainty for the Ukrainian people. Those who have left everything behind to flee to other countries for safety are in dire need of essentials.

Will you join us as we work to provide emergency relief to those who are displaced?

Yes, I want to help

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Global Aid Network (GAiN), through its offices in Germany and the Netherlands are packing and procuring essential items such as food, medicines, tents, sleeping bags and blankets to ship to their local frontline partners. These much-needed items will be provided to refugees arriving in Poland, Hungary, Romania and the Republic of Moldova.

Refugees are desperately in need of hope, peace, provision and protection. The need for aid is critical. As of April 1st, we have sent 82 shipments via truck. As the number of people affected continues to rapidly increase daily in this complex situation, we continue to help even more people during this critical time and are committed to supporting people in this time of desperation.

Would you please help us demonstrate God’s love through compassionate action to those who are suffering through this crisis and injustice?

Yes, I want to help!

5 responses to “Help Provide Emergency Relief To Ukraine Refugees”

  1. Leonard Man says:

    To whom it may concern,

    One of my sisters-in-law recommended GAIN to me.

    How can I participate in the relief work for the war-torn Ukraine in terms of donating fund ?

    Looking forward to receiving your reply!

    Leonard Man

    27th February 2022

    20 : 59

    ( Richmond,
    British Columbia,
    Canada )

  2. Judy Klein says:

    So very happy to help.
    God’s protection on all who will be receiving and all who will delivering these items.

  3. Chesebrough says:

    My name is Aidan Chesebrough, I am from Canada (Ontario)
    I was wondering if you guys provided any international volunteer work to actually go into Ukraine and assist the ongoing crisis there. If you do, then could you please explain to me in great deal of how you would join and what qualifications, etc.
    If you do not have the international volunteer work for Ukraine. Then could you please give me some links to organizations that would go overseas there.
    Thank you for your time
    Aidan Chesebrough

    • Sarah Winters says:

      Hi Aidan, we sent you an email last week. I hope it answers your question. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

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