Child Sponsor General Fund: What is this, and why is it important? This General Fund is for people who cannot or do not have the desire to sponsor a child but would sincerely like to help these poor families. Supporting this FUND is a special blessing to our Child Sponsor Program because there are so
What is the Children’s Medical Fund? The Children’s Medical Fund addresses the healthcare needs of children living in poverty in Eastern Europe. Why is there a need for the Children’s Medical Fund? Ukraine’s health care system has the lowest ranking in all of Europe, and yet, by the numbers, its medical system looks great. The
We work to prevent the exploitation of children and young people, protect the most vulnerable and bring healing to those who have been exploited. The Problem Ukraine and Moldova are two of the top “source” countries of human trafficking in the world (United Nations). An estimated 500,000 have fallen victim to this crime since the
YOU can bring hope to a child (and family) in need through our Child Sponsor program. YOUR monthly sponsorship will provide basic food items, clothing, vitamins, medical care, school supplies, birthday and Christmas presents, regular Bible classes and a summer camp experience each year.
Medical care in Eastern Europe is cost-prohibitive for most citizens. Therefore, thousands of poor families come through our clinics for care they could not otherwise afford. YOUR support of medical clinics is truly the gift of health to these families.
HART supports and encourages women’s ministries through our local church partners. Women are typically the spiritual backbone of most evangelical churches in Eastern Europe. We focus on providing conferences, seminars and summer camp programs for them.
Prison Ministries HART believes there is hope for restoration and healing for prisoners, their families, victims and all those who have been impacted by crime. Your GIFT will help our network of Prison Ministries as they serve prisoners and their families, bringing restoration and healing to these families. Funds are used for: food, medicines, and
Central Asian Ministries Persecution of Christians is common and severe in Central Asia. They face persecution, including death, beatings, jail time, loss of property, jobs and being ostracized by friends and family. Despite this persecution, the underground Christian church in Central Asia is growing. One of our major areas of focus is to assist young
Resources for Churches An existing church or a new church plant requires great leadership, vision, hard work and resources to build the strong foundation of their church and its ministries. This is where HART comes into the picture. We work alongside these dynamic National churches, empowering and encouraging them by providing the resources they need
We orchestrate pastor’s conferences in Ukraine and Central Asia. We also sponsor Gypsy pastors’ conferences in Western Ukraine. We support the training of young Christian leaders by underwriting the costs associated with short-term training methods such as seminars, courses, conferences and correspondence courses.
Water Well Project Thousands of Gypsies lack access to safe, clean water. Living in segregated villages, Gypsy life is difficult with women and children often walking up to two kilometers to reach a water source, which often carries diseases that can make everyone sick. YOUR SUPPORT for water-wells can transform a Gypsy village with better
The illiteracy rate in most Gypsy communities is 95%. Neither their culture nor the government schools encourage education for these children. HART, in partnership with local churches, has started five schools for Gypsy children who demonstrate a desire to learn. YOUR SUPPORT of this project will change lives and it will transform Gypsy communities.
The majority of poor families, orphans, street kids or ex-prisoners can’t afford and don’t have access to legal support to protect their rights under the law. You can provide critically important legal support to these disenfranchised people groups.
Families living in poverty cannot afford higher education for their children, and yet most young people desperately want the chance to go to school. They want the dignity of having a job, earning a wage and supporting their families.
Ukraine and Moldova are slowly transitioning from warehousing kids in state-run orphanages to a foster-home based system. Your support will assist many Christian families who have taken up the challenge to open their homes to orphans and abandoned children. These foster homes can have up to 10 or 12 children and are very costly to
Sports Programs for Youth Physical exercise is good for the mind, body, and spirit – it stimulates growth and leads to improved physical and emotional health. YOU can help HART provide resources to assist local churches who set up Sports programs & leagues for children who would otherwise end up on the streets. We also
After School Clubs Working through local churches, these clubs are designed to protect and assist vulnerable children from single-parent families or poverty-stricken homes where alcoholism is rampant. Christian clubs offer good food, physical activities, homework assistance, skills training medical care, and spiritual support – and they keep kids off the streets! In the summer, the
Close to the front lines of the war in East Ukraine, thousands of people live without any form of medical care for their families. All of the hospitals have been closed down. HART is filling this void by providing a number of ambulances targeting these families who have no choice but to live near the
Mobile medical and dental clinics bring medical care to rural regions and peoples of Ukraine that are usually forgotten or ignored. For many, it is the first opportunity in their life to receive proper medical or dental care. YOUR SUPPORT of these mobile medical units is critical to thousands of poor families.
Medical Response During this War Ambulances: We have purchased over 30 ambulances from Poland and Germany to provide emergency medical care for Ukrainian civilians and soldiers near the war zones. Because the Russians have destroyed/damaged over 400 Ukrainian hospitals, these ambulances are essentially Mobile Medical Clinics. They are looking after the medical needs of those
This fund provides for emergency hospital care, surgeries and other special medical treatments as they are needed. It has saved lives in the past! YOUR SUPPORT of our medical fund truly is a gift to families living in poverty who are struggling with medical emergencies.
Gypsies are the poorest, most unemployed, least educated, most imprisoned and most segregated people in Eastern Europe. In partnership with local churches, HART is working to transform these villages through micro-credit, education, agriculture, water wells and medical care. YOUR SUPPORT can help HART impact these Gypsy communities in practical and effective ways.
Senior Care Support Retirement is anything but ‘Golden Years’ for seniors in Eastern Europe. These are truly desperate times for them, with meager pensions, high utility rates, and constant fear of getting sick with Covid. Their lives are marked by poverty, despair, and inadequate health care. Senior homes are not an option for the elderly,
Help Impoverished Families With YOUR SUPPORT local churches can help restore hope and dignity, encourage self-sufficiency, and provide families with practical assistance such as: Temporary help with food and clothing Home repairs to keep the family safe from the elements Farm animals to facilitate self-reliance Medical-dental assistance Post-secondary education scholarships for youth GIVE THE GIFT
YOUR support of our medical-dental projects is truly a gift to children and families who have been displaced by the war. Mobile medical and dental clinics are providing much needed medical care to these families.
Help us provide basic food products for civilians caught in the middle of a war. For these people, food is hard to find and they typically live without heat, light & water. HART supports many ministries that transport basic food items to families and the elderly who live in the war zones.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s full-scale military invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, triggered Europe’s largest refugee crisis since World War II. According to the UN refugee agency, more than thirteen million people, or nearly a third of Ukraine’s prewar population, have been displaced since the invasion. Of that, more than five million are internally displaced,