Things Are NOT Ok In Ukraine, But The People Carry On


In Chernivtsi and Vinnytsia, for the past two months, temperatures have hovered around 25 degrees Fahrenheit at night, rising slightly during the day. We help people stay warm with heaters, blankets, winter clothes and more. The people of Ukraine, including the Jewish communities, continue to demonstrate resilience and determination.

In some parts of Ukraine, people have been fortunate to remain in their homes, and they are trying to carry on with their lives, despite the difficulties they endure. Many of them are separated from loved ones serving in the military, as well as family members who fled to other countries. For the nearly 4 million displaced individuals, the challenges are greater as they seek housing and employment, and acclimate to new communities.

Our help is critical to ensuring the daily survival of thousands of individuals, providing food, medicine and medical care. Additionally, through community events and children's programs, we continue to encourage everyone to remain hopeful about the future; better days are ahead.

With your help we continue to save lives and restore hope.

Together, we Save Lives and Restore Hope!

Shlomo Peles
Executive Director
Rabbi Shmuel Kaminezki
Dnipro, Ukraine
Rabbi Pinchas Vishedsky
Kyiv, Ukraine
Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Rabbi Shlomo Wilhelm
Zhitomir, Ukraine
Rabbi Avraham Wolff
Odessa, Ukraine