Home of Hope - Ukraine

     The Home of Hope was established as a safe house to save teenage girls from traffickers. The ownership of the House was given to the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate for the sole purpose of saving orphan girls who had to leave the Orphanages at age 16. The home was totally gutted and remodeled to be able to accommodate up to 23 girls and 3 Sisters.

     Before the Home was ready for occupancy, funds went to purchasing beds, kitchen appliances and other necessary furniture. Now funds are used primarily to provide for the girls’ personal needs, such as food, clothing, medical supplies, health and emotional needs, and tuition for their education.

     Presently there are 22 girls living at the home.

     The Home of Hope is a place committed to helping form the girls with life skills that will enable them to live independently someday.  The Sisters ensure that the operational needs are met along with providing the girls with spiritual support, inspiration, direction and friendship.  The Sisters are also helping the girls to understand the importance of helping others as they have been helped.  This past Christmas the girls visited a hospital sharing gifts and time.

     The Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada felt a connection to the Home of Hope and in 2014 decided to host the first Home of Hope Breakfast Fundraiser.

     Over the past three years the Breakfast has raised more than $60,000 in partnership with the Lubov SSMI Foundation.

     This year’s Breakfast raised over $15,000 and counting.

     Thank you to all of the many supporters who came out to the Home of Hope Fundraising Breakfast, this year and previous years. 

Natalie Tataryn - Guest Speaker. Visited Home of Hope in 2016
Sr. Janice Soluk SSMI. Natalie Tataryn. Vicky Adams UCWLC
Guests at the Home of Hope Fundraising Breakfast
Thank you card by Lena Bachynska, one of the girls from the Home
With the Sisters guidance, the girls are learning to help others, share, and recognize the needs of their neighbours. The girls are understanding that others are also suffering and have needs.
Together, the girls baked cookies and wrote letters for the Ukrainian military who are fighting for their country. They sent them to the front line, and are already planning to bake more! Generous donors in Ukraine are providing them with the necessities they need for baking
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