Help Ukraine

AMP Opened Doors to Send Vital Aid to Ukraine During War

Because Allies has worked with orphans in Ukraine for several years, we were uniquely positioned to act quickly when war began. With more than a dozen trusted area leaders in Ukraine, we had the connections to send money directly to those who could support others in need. We evacuated orphans and area leaders to safety, and immediately sent aid to leaders helping orphans, refugees, the elderly, and others in poor villages with limited resources. Since war began in February, Allies sent more than 10 tons of aid including food, baby items, and medical supplies, and purchased six vehicles for area leaders to better serve orphans and refugees. So far, Allies has helped more than 107,000 Ukrainians during the war. This is an ongoing effort and we will continue to help those affected by the war.

All of this was possible because of caring for Ukrainian orphans all these years.


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.

Since Russia invaded, our leaders and volunteers provided humanitarian aid, shelter, food, comfortable beds, financial assistance, transportation, and more. Our teams remain in danger to help deliver much-needed supplies. 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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