Update from Hejnice, Czech Republic
One Moravian organization responding to the Ukraine Crisis is a Moravian high school in Hejnice, Czech Republic. Thanks in part to your generosity, they have increased their capacity in order to welcome Ukrainian students who recently joined their community as refugees. The video below is an update from one of their students; please take five minutes to listen to the story of how he left Ukraine and is adjusting to a new country, language, school, classmates, and culture.
How You Can Help:
We recognize that refugee resettlement needs are likely to grow as more people around the world are displaced due to war, political unrest, climate change, and natural disasters. The BWM will continue to monitor needs as they arise and support the work already underway throughout the Moravian world. To support refugee resettlement work, including during the current Ukrainian crisis, please follow the giving instructions below.
Those in the US can send checks to Board of World Mission, 1021 Center Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018. You may also make your donation online at http://moravianmission.org/give/ and click on the green “Give” button at the top of the page. Please use the memo line to indicate that your gift is for “Refugee Resettlement.”
Canadians can send checks to: Moravian Church in Canada, 600 Acadia Drive SE, Calgary, AB T2J 0B8. Interac e-Transfer donations may be sent to [email protected] In the comments section, please mark this donation as “Refugee Resettlement” and include your name and address to receive a tax receipt.
For further information, contact the Rt. Rev. Chris Giesler at [email protected] or 610-868-1732.
More Information: Click here for our past updates on this work.