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Churches, Schools, and Groups Show Support for Ukraine and ADRA

The ADRA family has been overwhelmed with prayers, donations, and other support from our community of supporters across the country and around the world! We are so grateful because the power of your prayers is very real, and monetary support is vital in a crisis like this when flexibility is

A Mother’s Decision to Flee

ADRA is blessed to meet amazing mothers in our work every day. These are the kind of mothers who would do anything, give up everything, and go anywhere for their children. Mothers like Masha and Glendys.  These two women have lived vastly different lives, but they are united by the

7 More Crises Where Your Support is Active

While the world’s attention is on the continuing Ukrainian humanitarian crisis, your support is helping us make sure that others living in crisis conditions aren’t forgotten. Here are seven more countries where ongoing humanitarian crises have uprooted lives and forced people from their homes. YEMEN This month, Yemen passed the

Two Times a Refugee

Nina is an 82-year-old grandmother from Ukraine. The night before ADRA met her, she boarded a train with her sister and her sister’s husband and left her home country to escape the violence of the conflict. This evacuation is not Nina’s first time fleeing a conflict. In 1941, Nina was

A Broken Bridge to Safety

Daniel is a member of ADRA’s emergency support staff, serving at one of the centers welcoming refugees forced to flee the conflict in Ukraine. Thousands of displaced people, mostly women and children, have come across the border where he is, and he shared the story from one. The following are

Adventists Institutions Come Together in Compassion

When the conflict in Ukraine first began, ADRA called upon our large Adventist network in surrounding countries to aid with the refugee crisis. Based on estimates published by the United Nations, we expected at least 4 million people to become refugees due to the Ukraine Crisis.  Within hours, Adventist churches,

Women in War

Britt (pictured above) works for ADRA in Norway and shared the following account from the border of Poland where she is currently working with refugees fleeing from Ukraine as one of ADRA’s emergency response communications coordinators. During this crisis, our thoughts are with the many women in Ukraine. One woman

Justice, Compassion, and Love in Ukraine

Justice. Compassion. Love. These three words are at the heart of ADRA’s mission, and their importance is never more evident than our work right now with those affected by the conflict in Ukraine. Work for Justice Justice takes work. Sometimes it’s easier to connect with the concept of justice by

4 Things You Can Do During a Humanitarian Crisis

There is one question we get more than any other during an emergency: “What can I do?”  If this is the question on your mind when you see the needs of those affected by a crisis, we have four things you can do right now to help. 1. Donate   During

ADRA’s Response to the Ukrainian Crisis

The escalating conflict in Ukraine has quickly become a very serious humanitarian crisis. It is reported that close 2 million people have already fled Ukraine in search of safety. That astounding number continues to grow by the day, and we are likely to see around 4 million refugees in neighboring

Churches, Schools, and Groups Show Support for Ukraine and ADRA

The ADRA family has been overwhelmed with prayers, donations, and other support from our community of supporters across the country and around the world! We are so grateful because the power of your prayers is very real, and monetary support is vital in a crisis like this when flexibility is

A Mother’s Decision to Flee

ADRA is blessed to meet amazing mothers in our work every day. These are the kind of mothers who would do anything, give up everything, and go anywhere for their children. Mothers like Masha and Glendys.  These two women have lived vastly different lives, but they are united by the

7 More Crises Where Your Support is Active

While the world’s attention is on the continuing Ukrainian humanitarian crisis, your support is helping us make sure that others living in crisis conditions aren’t forgotten. Here are seven more countries where ongoing humanitarian crises have uprooted lives and forced people from their homes. YEMEN This month, Yemen passed the

Two Times a Refugee

Nina is an 82-year-old grandmother from Ukraine. The night before ADRA met her, she boarded a train with her sister and her sister’s husband and left her home country to escape the violence of the conflict. This evacuation is not Nina’s first time fleeing a conflict. In 1941, Nina was

A Broken Bridge to Safety

Daniel is a member of ADRA’s emergency support staff, serving at one of the centers welcoming refugees forced to flee the conflict in Ukraine. Thousands of displaced people, mostly women and children, have come across the border where he is, and he shared the story from one. The following are

Adventists Institutions Come Together in Compassion

When the conflict in Ukraine first began, ADRA called upon our large Adventist network in surrounding countries to aid with the refugee crisis. Based on estimates published by the United Nations, we expected at least 4 million people to become refugees due to the Ukraine Crisis.  Within hours, Adventist churches,

Women in War

Britt (pictured above) works for ADRA in Norway and shared the following account from the border of Poland where she is currently working with refugees fleeing from Ukraine as one of ADRA’s emergency response communications coordinators. During this crisis, our thoughts are with the many women in Ukraine. One woman

Justice, Compassion, and Love in Ukraine

Justice. Compassion. Love. These three words are at the heart of ADRA’s mission, and their importance is never more evident than our work right now with those affected by the conflict in Ukraine. Work for Justice Justice takes work. Sometimes it’s easier to connect with the concept of justice by

4 Things You Can Do During a Humanitarian Crisis

There is one question we get more than any other during an emergency: “What can I do?”  If this is the question on your mind when you see the needs of those affected by a crisis, we have four things you can do right now to help. 1. Donate   During

ADRA’s Response to the Ukrainian Crisis

The escalating conflict in Ukraine has quickly become a very serious humanitarian crisis. It is reported that close 2 million people have already fled Ukraine in search of safety. That astounding number continues to grow by the day, and we are likely to see around 4 million refugees in neighboring

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