Caring for Families in Ukraine
Mission Without Borders has been helping build brighter futures in Ukraine for decades by supporting families with direct aid and self-sufficiency programs focused on providing stable employment and income.
Focused historically in Sarny, Rivne and Blahodatne, and in the area affected by the 1986 Chernobyl accident, Mission Without Borders has recently expanded its work into Eastern Ukraine to help families living in and near the conflict zone.
Local staff is partnering with churches in the communities in Eastern Ukraine to identify families in need and offering tangible help every month through our Families to Families program.
MWB's Family to Family program offers monthly support to
build up families and create a brighter future today.
Every month MWB coordinators meet with individuals and families in need across various regions of Ukraine, delivering food and hygiene supplies, offering personal support and working on opportunities for training and employment.
Mission Without Borders programs also support children in boarding schools and institutions, many who have little or no contact with their families. Every summer, we feature free day camps for kids and families who, without MWB's support, could not afford to take part.
Children across Ukraine look forward to MWB Summer Camps every year.
In more urban settings, Mission Without Borders runs it Street Mercy program, helping individuals who are either homeless or struggling to make ends meet with warm food, clothing and support. Our Street Mercy program is especially important during the cold and harsh winter months when many are searching for warmth and safety.
Helping the vulnerable through
MWB Street Mercy Programs.