On December 2, at 6:00 p.m., a charity concert dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Adventist Relief and Development Agency (ADRA) in Ukraine will be held at the Left Bank Spiritual Center (20-a Mykytenka St.) in Kyiv. The special guests of the concert are Distinguished Artists of Ukraine Oksana Bilozir and Viktor Pavlik. The funds raised during the event will be used to support residents of Kherson Region affected by the war. The charity project is implemented in cooperation with the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Southern Region.
Besides our special guests, the concert program will feature singers Vitaliy Pryimuk, Miriam Tikhonovska, Lina Porkhun, and Volodymyr Parkhomenko, and will include pieces performed by the Kyiv Chamber Choir of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Entrance is free.
The funds raised during the event will be used to buy firewood for the residents of Kherson Region to help them survive the winter period, as people in this area cannot collect firewood in the forest to heat their homes because of hazards brought by the war. This assistance is much needed, since such requests from the residents of Kherson Region have been repeatedly received by the ADRA Ukraine hotline.
ADRA Ukraine is part of the global network of the Adventist Agency for Relief and Development (ADRA), which operates in more than 130 countries. ADRA International was founded in 1956 as a division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (SDA) and has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
ADRA Ukraine is officially registered and has implemented humanitarian projects since 1993. In the context of the war in Ukraine, the organization, with the support of foreign donors, provides assistance to vulnerable populations, mostly focusing on IDPs and their families, orphans, children from orphanages and shelters, hospital patients, disabled people and people of retirement age. We provide various types of the support, such as food, cash assistance, psychological and legal aid, water supply assistance projects, evacuation from dangerous areas, shelter, winterizations and other forms of support.
Since the start of the full-scale invasion, over 10 million Ukrainians have already received assistance from ADRA Ukraine.