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Woman and child at the Hungary/Ukraine border
ACT Alliance member Hungarian Interchurch Aid is working at the Hungary/Ukraine border to provide relief to Ukrainian refugees.
Credit: Hungarian Interchurch Aid/ACT Alliance

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022, sparked a humanitarian crisis and has left more than 30,000 people dead in the two years since. As of January 2024, more than 3.6 million people are displaced within the country and about 6.3 million others have sought refuge abroad. Your help is still needed to address this ongoing crisis. 

United Church Mission and Service partners are responding to the rapidly unfolding crisis.

You can help. Right now, people urgently need shelter, clean water, food, and medical attention.

Please show your support by making a gift today.

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Online via our secure donation page.

Phone 416-231-5931 or toll-free 1-800-268-3781 ext. 2738 and use your Visa or MasterCard.

Send a cheque or money order to:

The United Church of Canada
Philanthropy Unit - Emergency Response
3250 Bloor Street West, Suite 200
Toronto, ON M8X 2Y4

Please be sure to note "Emergency Response—Ukraine" on the face of your cheque.

Note: As part of the United Church’s Emergency Response Fund, 100% of your donation goes directly to emergency relief, with 85% of your donation responding to this designated emergency and 15% responding to future emergencies that do not receive intense media coverage. Donations to Mission and Service enable the United Church to cover all of the costs of emergency response work without deducting any fees from your donation.

Logo: ACT Alliance

The United Church of Canada is committed to working in partnership. We are responding to the crisis in Ukraine with Mission and Service partners ACT Alliance and the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.

Sunflowers in Ukraine: Praying for a Miracle

A prayer for Ukraine by Moderator Richard Bott.

A Prayer for Ukraine from the Church of Scotland

We ask that you hold the people of Ukraine in your prayers. May peace return swiftly to the region.