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A Message About Ukraine from Our Leaders

We are saddened by the events taking place in Ukraine, but are resolved to assist those in need. We serve 15 areas within Ukraine, representing over 4,000 orphans, with more than a dozen area leaders and numerous volunteers across the country.

Since Russia invaded, our leaders and volunteers have quickly acted, providing humanitarian aid, shelter, food, comfortable beds, financial assistance, transportation, and more. Our leaders and volunteers remain in danger to help deliver much-needed supplies. Together with our donors, we have provided new vehicles to help evacuate people in harm's way. We have also been in contact with pastors from several churches to identify ways we can be of further assistance.

Please partner with us in the following ways:

Prayers – for the people in Ukraine as well as global leaders to have wisdom and strength as they continue to serve and minister to people in the region. Pray for God’s intervention and protection and for His supernatural peace to come to all the people in Ukraine.

Funds – for food, personal hygiene items, basic necessities, transportation, and financial assistance for refugees. We invite you to partner financially as we raise funds to send to our team on the ground.

Material Needs – we continue to collect and ship supplies into neighboring regions, and our leaders and volunteers continue to place themselves in harm's way to help those in need.

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Allies In The News

A huge thank you to the wonderful reporters, news administrators, and hosts for helping spread the word about the mission of Allies and how Allies is providing relief during the conflict in Ukraine.

Celebrating Success Stories

We're so excited to share some stories of our orphans finding the path to success! We invite you to read about them.


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Allies in Youth Development
engages orphans through nurturing friendships,
modeling biblical love, and providing education –

Empowering: Life Change

 
 

What is Life Like for an Eastern European Orphan?

Get a glimpse of the daily challenges children face in the orphanage.

 
 

Engage

By training and engaging in-country university students
and partners, we cultivate a culture of involvement that
benefits orphans in and outside the orphanage.

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Educate

Orphans need education, training and opportunities. Proper skills development through our education
programs ensures their success and safety when it's
time for them to lead independent lives.

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Empower

Abandonment can lead any child down the wrong path. Restoring their motivation, self-worth and dignity empowers them to make better choices, improves educational abilities, and forms a foundation for success.

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Who Do We Serve

Allies Color Their World 2022

CTW Banquet in Mansfield a Huge Success

It was an emotional and magical evening at the Allies Color Their World banquet Sunday, September 18 in Mansfield, Texas. The blocks and lego-filled tables and room decor brought many back to their own childhood as stories were shared about orphaned children being served and mentored in many new countries, and children and families saved from a war-torn Ukraine.

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Allies Launches Mentoring Programs in Germany, Georgia, and More in Ukraine

The second quarter of 2022 has been a busy one for Allies leaders and volunteers. Allies teams were excited to launch Allies Mentoring Programs (AMP) in Peru and Germany in April, and thenin Tbilisi, Georgia in May. The first visit with Georgian volunteers and orphaned children was a blast. Five local volunteers and over 100 children from the orphanage attended our first event. CEO Chris Burgin and International Director of Operations Dr. Tatiana Baeva are stopping in for a visit in June. “We look forward to empowering our new volunteers there and spending more time with them in June!” exclaimed Dr. Baeva. Also, despite the war, Allies began working with more orphanages inside Ukraine. Children in the cities ofZlochev and Khotov-Prilukihave been adopted by Allies. In April Allies provided humanitarian aid to 76 children in Khotov-Prilukiand plans to implement its Mentoring Program with them. Allies is also continuing its programs with a group of Ukrainian children and volunteers currently evacuated to Sweden. Allies has plans to expand AMP to additional countries in the fall. Romania, Armenia, Tanzania and Kenya are among the list of countries it is exploring. read more  >

One Man’s Impact on Many Russian Orphans

Svyatoslav is an Allies area leader in Rybinsk, Russia. He is one of those heroes who visited orphanages on his own before we met him. What started as driving five hours to visit one boy, turned into visiting many orphans once he saw they all needed a friend and mentor.

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Tanzania Packs New Worship Hall

Thank you to all our donors who helped make the new Worship Hall in Tanzania possible. The first gathering was a success as people from all over the region filled the new worship center.

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3-Year Plan

The odds are stacked against Eastern European orphans, but Allies has a plan. Read how Allies is making a difference in the lives of thousands of orphans each year through human connection, education and life skills and how you can be a part of it.

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How You Can Help?

Donate

Your partnership provides mentorship, education, and physical necessities for the orphans and others in need.

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Volunteer

Come to our “packing parties” to prepare boxes of donations shipped worldwide to orphanages.

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Give Items

Donate new hygiene items, school supplies, new or gently used children’s clothing, shoes, underwear, and toys.

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Share

Spread the word to your friends and colleagues. Or help us with our corporate sponsorship program by letting your employer know about Allies.

 
 

Through Education, Mentorship, Hope and Love

Read stories of recent orphanage visits by our team and what kinds of improvements the children are making because of love and attention from someone who cares.

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