Ukraine

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Transform Europe Network

As we know from Trinity’s connection with TEN each Harvest season, this organisation has considerable experience working with and through partner agencies in eastern Europe.

Within days of the Russian invasion of neighbouring Ukraine, our Partners in south-east Romania and Moldova began to put plans into place to offer help for thousands fleeing the armed conflict. Churches are working together offering food and shelter to the many women and children who carry barely a suitcase and wearing their only clothes. Christians are working alongside non-believers in a great outpouring of loving support.

Transform Europe Now

TEN post regular updates on YouTube:

You can give directly at this link to the crisis fund for Ukrainian refugees of Transform Europe Network.

PCI Ukraine Crisis Appeal

In response to the ongoing devastating war in Ukraine and exodus of people from the country, David Bruce, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has launched an Appeal towards the emergency relief effort to help people in Ukraine and those fleeing the conflict. Money will be divided equally between Hungarian Reformed Church Aid , Christian Aid (Ireland) and Tearfund.


Christian Aid and Tearfund are working with a range of partners on the ground in neighbouring countries and hope to work inside Ukraine as and when circumstances allow. Their partners are providing for the immediate needs of the huge numbers of people fleeing Ukraine every hour. They are working round the clock providing things such as food, bedding and temporary accommodation to the people. In recent days one of their local partners has distributed 28 tonnes of food supplies and other lifesaving essentials to displaced people in Ukraine.

Hungarian Reformed Church Aid was among the first organisations to mobilise its staff and volunteers to provide immediate assistance. The charity organisation of the Hungarian Reformed Church delivered its first food packages to the Ukrainian-Hungarian border on Thursday morning 24 February, and has already send more than 10 tons of non-perishable food worth around €22 000 across the border. They have also been welcoming people fleeing the war at train stations and at the border, distributing food, tea and drinking water, provided interpretation assistance and transported them to nearby shelters or public transport hubs. In conjunction with the Hungarian Reformed Church’s Bethesda Hospital, they are also providing medical assistance to people arriving in Hungary and also sending medical supplies to Transcarpathia, Ukraine.

Click here for more information.

There will be envelopes in the pews over the next few Sundays for the PCI Ukraine Crisis Appeal.

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