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Ukraine Crisis Donations
4 Ways to Give


Crisis Relief Fund

"We are in communication with local partners in the region and have just sent our own team. Right now, our partners on the ground are asking for shelter, water, food, and hygeine items for Refugees

Working with partners throughout Eastern Europe, the Crisis Relief Fund allows us to provide immediate aid and hope for those who desperately need it.

It's the most effective way we can rush life-saving aid to people who need it."

Please make checks payable to

Convoy of Hope

P.O. Box 1125

Springfield, MO 65801

Phone: (417) 823-8998

International Disaster Emergency Service

Crisis Relief Fund

"IDES has been in contact with our partners in Ukraine and the surrounding countries. Emergency funding, food and supplies have been sent to those on the ground.

100% of donations marked "Ukraine" will go directly to IDES Ukraine efforts."





355 Park 32 West Dr.

Noblesville, IN 46062

Phone: (317) 773-4111


Josiah Venture

Crisis General Fund

Josiah Venture is responding to the urgent crisis in Ukraine in two ways: by supporting the work of our team and local churches on the ground inside Ukraine and by assisting Ukrainian refugees as they move into neighboring countries.

Most of our JV Ukrainian national missionaries are currently staying in Ukraine to serve those around them. They are coordinating with churches inside Ukraine to provide desperately needed shelter, food, evacuation, medical supplies, personal care, spiritual encouragement, Bibles, and the hope-filled message of the gospel during this crisis. Some of our missionaries have even been put in charge of city-wide operations for emergency aid, shelter, and refugee care.

Our JV staff in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, and Hungary are assisting refugees coming across the Ukrainian border. We are prepared to provide full-scale accommodations for up to 400 refugees in and around our training centers in the coming weeks, as well as help them flow through to local churches for long-term care. Most of these refugees are women and children, many of whom had to leave their husbands in Ukraine since they are required to stay and defend the country.

Our team is making sure they have food, clothing, personal items, supplies for small infants and children, personal counseling, Ukrainian-language Bibles, and many other practical and spiritual needs.

We are supporting them throughout this crisis and preparing up a long-term program for providing assistance afterward. Your donations to our Ukraine Crisis Fund will directly support this effort.

Josiah Venture
P.O. Box 4317
Wheaton, IL 60189-4317
Main Office: (630) 221.9332
Donations Team: (630) 580.5633

Samaritan's Purse

Emergency Field Hospital Fund

"Samaritan's Purse has established an Emergency Field Hospital on the outskirts of Lviv, in western Ukraine, to care for those suffering as war rages on. The initial patients arrived on March 14. Our very first patient was a woman named Marina from Malyn, a city west of Kyiv. She fell and injured her arm while escaping into a basement/bomb shelter. She suffered for nine days before arriving at our field hospital after her travels. She cried tears of relief as one of our doctors told her: "We can fix this for you."

The field hospital has two operating rooms, with capacity for 14 major surgeries or 30 minor surgeries per day. There are nearly 60 total inpatient beds, including four intensive care unit beds and four step-down beds. The emergency room can handle 100 patients per day. The facility also has a pharmacy and its own water and sanitation system.

God calls us to go into crisis areas to help those who are most vulnerable,” said Franklin Graham, president of Samaritan's Purse. “As the conflict escalates in Ukraine, our international disaster response teams with doctors, nurses, and other specialists are equipped and ready to help people in Jesus' Name. We want them to know that God loves them and has not forgotten them.”

Samaritans Purse

PO Box 3000
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 262-1980

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