Children in Ukraine

need your help

Assist at-risk children in war-torn Ukraine with food, clothing, medicine and educational supplies through individual child sponsorship or general support projects

We Are Proud To Report

96% of all sponsorships and donations we received from February 2022 until July 2024 went directly to help at-risk children in Ukraine! Less than 4% was spent on salaries or admin needs from the funds we received from you, our dear donors and supporters!


About Us

Despite the horrible war we support Ukrainian children to have childhood today and a better future tomorrow. Please join us to make sure Ukrainian children are safe, healthy, educated, self-confident and empowered

A success story from 2004

In 2004, in a rural Ukrainian orphanage, our team met Natasha, a 10 y.o. orphan. She was a sad girl, did not know her biological parents, and did not have any relatives or siblings. We knew that without outside help – Natasha was waiting to join the sad statistics of orphanage graduates in Ukraine. We immediately enrolled Natasha in our sponsorship program. Fortunately, her first sponsor from Arizona chose her fairly quickly and then another sponsor joined forces to help Natasha. Because of their sponsorship, Natalia was able to thrive, stay in school and focus on personal development and be as happy as a child in an orphanage can be. She knew she was not alone and that some people in faraway America cared for her and wanted to support her needs Read More…

Partner With Us

We welcome volunteers to join our team! There are many ways you can support our mission, including one-time opportunities, ongoing partnerships and promoting our program


Transparency and accountability are the core principles of our operations. We protect the trust you placed in us as stewards of your generosity. We’re constantly striving to use your funds responsibly and efficiently. In 2022 we were able to operate fully on a volunteer basis, and our goal for 2023 is that no more than 3% of all donations received will be spent on fundraising and administrative costs. Read More…