To our LifeNets Supporters and Friends!
The horrific barbaric invasion of Ukraine by Russia has killed thousands of people, including many children. We are sorrowfully appalled by these unthinkable and uncivilized actions. Along with many others, we are stepping up to help Ukrainians as our primary duty right now.
Since the invasion on February 24, LifeNets has mobilized resources to provide transportation, temporary shelter, and food for refugees. In Ukraine, we have long-time relationships spanning 40 years with medical doctors, church leaders, and family. We are collaborating with them now to get help to the neediest. It may be temporary housing in Ukraine, and transport to the border for refugees. It may be food. We have much to do, but we are successfully getting aid to some who are in need. We are thankful that we have many willing helpers to get this done.
Help is greatly needed for the millions of refugees pouring out of the country. They are mostly women and children. Men under age 60 are not allowed to leave; they are expected to defend their country. These people's lives have been completely turned upside down. They don't want to leave home. They want to go home and hope that the war ends soon. But, for now, they must live through the uncertain and unfamiliar circumstances they find themselves in.
We thank everyone who has generously supported us. We are working primarily to help people still in Ukraine through locations in the country that are still relatively safe. You can help us by going to our special web page by clicking or tapping here.
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Again, thank you for your support.
With love and appreciation to all of you,