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LifeNets Ukraine Emergency Fund

People are asking us how they can help victims of the barbaric actions of Russia on the Ukrainian people.   We have been working with the Ukrainian people for more than 30 years.  We have helped them spiritually and economically. We have traveled to Ukraine countless times and know and love many people there. We have […]

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Thanks From India for 2022 Aid

November 15, 2022 LifeNets is privileged to participate in aiding people in India through our trusted network.   We work primarily through UCG Senior Pastor David Schreiber and his wife Jolinda who have valiantly served these people in various parts of India as well as Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh. We have posted some previous information […]

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“Thanks” to LifeNets for Camp for 100 Children in War Zone

November 6, 2022 We share this “thank you” from the Chernihiv Provincial Government to the Transcarpathia Military Administration for facilitating the care of almost 100 children in the war zone for two months during July/August 2022. In Chernihiv, the children along with everyone were subjected to constant gunfire and explosions for a full month.  We […]

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Another Malawi Scholarship Happy Ending

September 16, 2022 Thank you LifeNets! It is with great pleasure that on the 25th of May 2022 Memory Chapamba graduated with a Diploma from Malamulo College of Health Sciences. He is doing an internship at Neno District Hospital as a Clinical Officer. Thank you LifeNets for being part of his journey.

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Meet some of our Vinogradov Children 20 Years Later

September 5, 2022 Meet some of our Vinogradov children more than 20 years later… Since 2001 LifeNets has sponsored a Soup Kitchen for street children and orphans and abused children coming from difficult families in Vinogradov, Ukraine. The background to the story can be found at https://www.lifenets.org/vinogradov. We deeply appreciate those who helped, notably Scott […]

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