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I care ministry delivers humanitarian relief to the frontline regions.


Ukraine is the largest country in Europe, the population of Ukraine is over 40 million people. And this country is threatened by hunger.

80% of all the food production that was consumed by the Ukrainian people was made in Ukraine, and only 20% was imported from Europe.

Due to war most of the food production is stopped and import has been suspended. In most parts of Ukraine grocery stores shelves are already mostly empty, and food prices are increasing every day.

In some parts of Ukraine starvation has already begun.
In many parts of the country, pastors stayed behind, to serve their people in the village.

They serve the most vulnerable people such as single mothers, orphans, people with special needs, and old people, as well as providing shelter to orphans, and displaced Ukrainians that come to their village with mostly nothing.


What is I care ministry?

I Care Ministry is a 501c 3* non-profit organization.

I Care Ministry keeps in contact with over 160 pastors, most of them stayed behind to serve people in need.

How does your donation help Ukraine?
Your donations help I Care Ministry to buy and distribute food.
What is the process?

First, we fill up semi-truck with food in neighboring countries.
Once the truck crosses the border other smaller cars, vans and sprinters will be used to deliver the food, closer to the places where there is a great need.
Therefore, food will be distributed among the people by the church members and pastors.

As they live in the community, people have started to come to church for food already.

*Please note we are going through a name change you will be able to find us under the name “hotline” with EIN number 47-4362154


34 “Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom(A) prepared for you since the creation of the world.(B) 35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in,(C) 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me,(D) I was sick and you looked after me,(E) I was in prison and you came to visit me.

Matthew 25: 34;36


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