Winter is coming, and we can't help and think what that means to the Ukrainian people having Russia systematically targeting all infrastructure and destroying all means of being able to provide basic heating for homes... We have been busy preparing solutions and have organized various Winter Coat Drives, collecting coats, blankets, and sleeping bags. Locally we are also able to source wood stoves. Reach out to us to learn how you can help and save families from the cold winter ahead.
If you would like to contribute to this effort, you can do so via the campaign linked below or mail a check to Bethany Slavic Church, 864 Dawn Ave, Ephrata, PA 17522. Please indicate that this is for Ukraine Refugee Fund.
All donations are tax-deductible; 100% of your donations will go directly to help refugees.
Every day, we receive updates with powerful stories on how our fund money is helping the Ukrainian refugees in this incredible time of need. We recognize this is a large undertaking, but God is faithful and will provide for our needs. Will you consider a long term pledge to the Ukraine War Refugee Fund?
What is a Pledge? a Pledge is a donation you are willing to give that is spread out through a period of time, set-up with automatic deposit into our fund. This allows us to continue have new funds come in and cover new needs as they come up from the field.
Winter is coming, all infrastructure is being systematically destroyed leaving families vulnerable to the cold winter ahead. We fear that families will be freezing without any means of being able to provide basic heating for homes... We have been busy preparing solutions and have organized various Winter Coat Drives, collecting coats, blankets, and sleeping bags. Locally we are also able to source wood stoves, providing one for each household.
We are working through our direct family contacts to ensure our donations and efforts are making a direct impact and are going to the immediate support of families.
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In the ’90s, many refugees from Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus settled in Lancaster County, PA., creating a vibrant Slavic community. Back 30 years ago, our families were refugees from the Communism Regime; we fled and found refuge here in the states. Today as we look at what is happening back home and the Russian invasion, we feel obligated to help our countrymen. Our community is now actively helping current Ukrainians displaced by the humanitarian crisis.
We speak the language; we understand the culture; this is our home, family, and calling.