Help is still desperately needed!

For a year now, Ukraine has been embroiled in a devastating war with disastrous consequences. People have died, been injured, traumatised, fled or lost everything and the country is in ruins.


Millions of people in the dark

Like many places in eastern Ukraine, Kherson has been totally destroyed. Everywhere there are buildings in ruins, half-demolished office blocks without a roof and houses that are completely destroyed. Olga shows us with a sad face that their house, garden and barn are completely in ruins. Inside, their house looks like a garbage dump, there is no roof left and there are holes everywhere. Vyacheslev worked as a contractor, but all his tools and machines were destroyed. Step by step they will have to rebuild everything. Olga sighs, "Fortunately, we are still alive. With God, we will overcome everything. Thanks to the help we get, we keep it up."

Cherson is still under fire. Our local staff recently went there to hand out food parcels. The people eagerly received the packages and gratefully embraced our employees. One of them said, "You can't imagine how important it is to us that we are not forgotten. We can only keep it up thanks to help from people like you."

"You can't imagine how important it is for us that we are not forgotten. We can only keep it up thanks to help from people like you."

What have we done so far?

Since the first day of the war in Ukraine, our local staff, volunteers and local churches have been able to help on the spot with your donations. We have been able to provide a lot of emergency aid to Ukraine and refugees in the surrounding countries. For example, we have provided emergency shelter including meals to a total of 17,470 refugee families, 78,276 families received relief supplies, hot meals and hygiene items and we have organized summer camps and activity afternoons especially for refugees.

What do we still want to do?

The need is still enormous. In addition to providing emergency aid, we want to continue to provide long-term assistance in Ukraine together with you and help with the reconstruction of the country.

  • Distribute food, hygiene items and relief supplies;
  • Provide assistance with housing;
  • Provide assistance in the restoration of homes;
  • Providing assistance in processing war traumas;
  • Offer firewood, warm clothing and shoes;
  • Provide emergency generators.

"Never before have I seen so much evil and at the same time so many good deeds."

Misha, writer and photographer for Mission Without Borders in Ukraine, talks about how the war has changed life in Ukraine.






Give people hope, give to emergency aid!


In November, we distributed


food parcels to people in need in Ukraine.



Help transform lives and bring hope for the future

To donate via internet banking, our ANZ account number is 06-0185-0122206-12 or call us on 0800 469 269, THANK YOU!