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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.
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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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Thankful for Vehicles

Because of you, Allies was able to purchase two vehicles for our leaders to continue providing much needed supplies and goods to people in Ukraine.

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Lena's Coat

We all have the right to make our own choice, even if it is not what we should do. This is the topic of our meeting, “Healthy Lifestyle. Healthy Choice.” We talked about how Sidra and Meshach refused food so they could stay awake for their journey; Abednego also went without food because of religious reasons- he was an Israelite preparing himself before God's service began in earnest at nightfall while his two companions were fasting during daylight hours. They didn’t want to be defiled. This story shows you that there are plenty more things out there than just nutritionists telling us which foods will help maintain good health.

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We thought everyone forgot about us!

"We are so happy to see you, we thought everyone forgot about us!" With many crying, this was the response of Ukrainians over the weekend when Allies area leader in Krivoy Rog, Sergei, and his team delivered food and supplies to 80 families in 4 different villages.

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You Helped More Than 30,000 Ukrainians Through Allies Network

We receive reports daily of how your donations are directly saving lives through evacuationsand how you’re providing food, medicine, and other supplies for those still in Ukraine and for refugees in neighboring countries. Your support evacuated more than 1,300 Ukrainians from hot spots of the war, and through a partnership with a U.S. shipping company, Allies used your donations to send humanitarian aid by air to immediately help 1,660 people in Ukraine. Currently, Allies has been able to assist more than 19,000 refugees.

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Good News From The Other Side of the World

Our partners on the other side of the world - Tanzania – recently reported some good news. The long-awaited construction of a new church building has been completed and electricity is installed and working!

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Ukraine Update March 16: 4,885 kilometers

3/16/22 - A report from our people in Kremenchug: Hello and thank you for continuing to pray and support our ministry. Right now I and several other brothers are helping to evacuate people from the hot spots in Kremenchug. We have transported up to 50 people this way over the past few days.

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Ukraine Update March 18: No Milk

Our ministry and preaching of the gospel continues actively today. More and more people are asking for help for their relatives or loved ones who are in dangerous areas.

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