Our faith calls us to believe and serve.


Putting our faith into action to help the Ukrainian people recover and create lasting change.


The Ukrainian People Relief Project exists to provide mental health assistance, financial assistance, job search assistance, and humanitarian aid to anyone who has lost a family member, a home, a job, or has mentally suffered as a result of the war in Ukraine.


The war in Ukraine is resulting in tragic loss of life and much human suffering. People have lost their homes, valuables, jobs, and family members. Over 2 million people have been forced to flee Ukraine. Life will never be the same for any Ukrainian. They all need help one way or another.


Starting in 2014, the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian War has brought trauma to communities, families, and individuals in Ukraine. It began in February 2014 with the Russian annexation of Crimea and the war in Donbas, and it expanded significantly starting on February 24, 2022, when Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.


  • Supporting individuals and families within Ukraine.
  • Supporting internally displaced persons.
  • Providing emergency and time-critical assistance.
  • Providing and ensuring access to basic needs. 
  • Educating on how to cope with trauma and stress. 
  • Providing mental health first aid to those in stressful situations.
  • Helping with job searches and new career planning.


  • Support individuals and families in high-need areas of Ukraine.
  • Provide and ensure access to basic needs for specific families and individuals.
  • Help with job searches and new career planning to those who are internally displaced.
  • Create educational materials on the topic of transferable skills building. 
  • Create educational materials on the topics of mental and spiritual health.
  • Conduct workshops and online courses to create lasting changes for every person affected by war. 


There are several ways you can help people from Ukraine to recover and create lasting changes:

  • Become a mentor for at least one person.
  • Become a mentor for a family in crisis.
  • Help specific families to fulfill their needs.
  • Volunteer with the Ukrainian People Relief Project; we have many positions available and we need your help.
  • Participate in prayer.
  • Be vocal: spread information about the situation and the needs people have.
  • Become a counselor for those in need of mental health support.
  • Become an advisor for those searching for jobs.
  • Donate to the Ukrainian People Relief Project.