Continued Support and Prayers for Ukraine

Iowa West Branch volunteers delivered winter clothing, hygiene kits, diapers and medical equipment to Justice for All in Rock Valley, IA to help fill a container for Ukraine. Gordie Siebring is from Iowa and lives in Ukraine. He had an agricultural equipment business until the invasion; now he accepts containers of food and aid instead of equipment. He has received 7 containers of aid, mostly all from Iowa and is so very grateful for the support. In an email he shared how the intense shelling has left many, many families in eastern and southern Ukraine without homes, electricity and support. Now entering winter, donations are of even greater need and importance. Please continue to pray for Ukraine and an end to this humanitarian crisis. Thank you, Iowa West donors and volunteers, for sending much needed aid to Ukraine.

Categories: International Aid

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