Ukraine Sponsorship Program
World Hope Canada has worked in Odessa to provide assistance to vulnerable youth since the year 2000. The potential danger of girls falling prey to human traffickers compelled us to provide a place of safety for them.
Our Hope House Ministry provides safe and loving homes for teen aged girls who have aged out of the orphanage where they once lived. We offer them the opportunity to continue their education, to learn English and to hear the Gospel message.
Your investment in their lives ensures that they not only have the necessities of life – nutritious food, health care and clothing – but they also receive an education and much needed life skills that come from living in a loving and supportive family. The relatively high costs of living in Ukraine means that each girl requires 10 sponsors at $31/month, for a total of $310.
The gift you give to your sponsored child is a gift of hope for a better future.
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About Diana K
Diana is from a family of 15 and lived in a small home with no utilities
About Inessa K
Inessa is a war refugee from the Donbas area. Her father passed away but her mom is still in Donbass.
About Juliya S
Juliya’s mother is an alcoholic and is still alive but she has no contact with her and she doesn’t remember her father.
About Katya F
Katya’s older brother killed their mother when she was a child, so she doesn’t really remember her mom.
About Katya G
Katya’s mom is in her final stages of cancer and her dad is deceased.
About Katya P
Katya’s mom found a man and left with him, leaving Katya at age 13, to look after her four younger brothers.
About Ksusha S
Ksusha’s mom and boyfriend are alcoholics and enjoyed beating her.
About Lilya D
Lilya is an only child and when she was a year old her father left. And then, her mom’s boyfriend didn’t want children so she was sent to an orphanage.
About Luda G
Luda has three brothers and three sisters, all with different fathers.
About Nadia V
Nadia doesn’t remember her parents as she has lived in an orphanage since she was seven years old.
About Nadya M
Nadia lost both parents at a young age so she grew up in an orphanage.
About Natasha S
Natasha and her sister Vika come from an alcoholic and abusive home. They still speak to their mom the odd time.
About Tanya S
Tanya had been living at an orphanage since age 11 as both her parents are alcoholics and have had their parental rights removed.
About Valya C
Valya is hopefully at Hope House for a short period of time as she has been adopted by a family in Virginia and is super excited to start her life with her new family.
About Valya D
Valya and Zhenya are sisters and living together at Hope House II. Their parents were unemployed alcoholics and beat the children daily, so the girls left and grew up in a shelter with their six other siblings.
About Valya N
Valya and her sister Vika are part of a set of triplets
About Vika M
Vika’s mother is still alive but she has no contact with her as she threw her dad out on the street in the winter and he died.
About Vika N
Vika and her sister Valya are part of a set of triplets. The third triplet is a brother.
About Vika S
Vika and her sister Natasha came to Hope House from an alcoholic and abusive home.
About Zhenya D
Zhenya and Valya are sisters and live together at Hope House II.