After escaping the battlefield, one Ukrainian family has found purpose assisting Agape Ministries in renovating a shuttered nursing home to house others similarly displaced.
In the nearly five months since Russia invaded Ukraine, Yana Walder said she has raised over $100,000 to help hundreds of families with food, supplies, and the resources they need to flee occupation.
Theresa and Scott Cianciolo run Agape Ministries, a faith-based nonprofit that primarily supports children with disabilities and their families. They were prepared to bring over a family of eight when their plans suddenly changed.
U.S. Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., and fellow congressmen from the U.S. House Intelligence Committee held a news conference from Warsaw on Tuesday.
While the war has distanced Natalia May from her mother and sister in Russia, she’s spent her energy supporting Ukrainian refugees displaced by the conflict.
Randolph resident Tom Remp, who has previously photographed post-conflict situations, said he felt compelled to help Ukrainian refugees however he could, so he documented their struggles and donated the photos.