It’s been 476 days and counting since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
This has created the worst refugee crisis Europe has seen since WWII … and the war efforts don’t seem to be slowing down. Since last March, World Help has sent a handful of teams to meet with refugees in Eastern Europe.
But after a year of hearing us talk about the situation, you may wonder, have things gotten any better for Ukrainian refugees?
Watch this short video from World Help president Noel Brewer Yeatts to find out:
The short answer — no.
Every day, Ukrainians live with countless uncertainties, ranging from small worries to overwhelming fears.
Where will the next meal for their children come from? Are their loved ones in Ukraine still alive? Will they ever return home to reunite with them?
It’s clear that now more than ever, displaced people worldwide need help and hope … and you have the power to make a difference!
For just $35, you can provide a week’s worth of emergency food, clean water, and other emergency aid for one person from Ukraine or another war-torn area.
So, what do you say? Will you be a lifeline for a refugee in need?
Give your best gift now and stand with refugees.