Humanitarian Aid

To date - Masters has shipped to Ukraine over 40,000 cartons (2,400,000 lbs.) to date of various food products, clothing, vitamins, medical supplies, hospital beds, nutritional drinks, and medicine, representing a wholesale value of over $7,000,000. These goods have been shipped to different cities in Ukraine, and are being continually distributed to Orphanages, Hospitals, Hospice Centers, Churches, Senior Citizens, Prisons and to the needy.  

Ukraine's Cry, Master's Response

Like any war, the one in Ukraine is full of so many sad stories. And it goes on and on with no end in sight and not getting any better! A Forgotten War on Europe’s Doorstep. The war in Ukraine hardly makes the headlines anymore. But life goes on. After all, for most Ukrainians not living in the war zone, the economic downturn and the tumbling value of the national currency have been more painful burdens to bear than the war. (View video below)

What was once an acute humanitarian crisis in the eastern war zone has devolved into a long-term catastrophe. The humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine is … the worst it has been now in three years and deteriorating. More than 4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, among them 580,000 children. More than 1 million people in Donbas region are food insecure, civilian casualties are up significantly over last year. Land mines and booby traps have become a lethal threat for civilians, accounting for more than half of civilian casualties this year. Tonight, there are roughly 60,000 Ukrainian troops deployed in the frigid trenches and embattled front-line villages of eastern Ukraine with over 2,000,000 Internally Displaced People (refugees). When the sun goes down on this night, the tracers will cut across the dark sky up and down the 250-mile-long front line. War-weary soldiers and civilians will hunker down in trenches and in cellars, staving off the cold and the fear as they have for four winters now. There’s a 1 in 3 chance a Ukrainian soldier will die tonight on that lonely, frigid battlefield at the hands of a Russian weapon. Also, there’s a good chance a civilian will be killed or wounded tonight. 

Masters has heard the cry of the people and risen to the occasion

by continually sending containers of aid to the Eastern Zone.  The Gleaners have graciously been supplying Masters with containers of aid (soup mix) and consented to give us more this year. We ask for your prayers and support for shipping costs.

From the words of hurting people - Thank You

Avramishiny’s Family - 57 years of age My husband is an invalid of Group 2. He walks very badly. Thank you for such timely aid. We live in the ATO Zone (War zone at the East of Ukraine) and we thank you that you have not forgotten us.

Valentina – 64 years of age. I am a pensioner with low-income. Thank you for this help. I use Soup mix to make salads and cook borsch. I will be very glad if you continue to send us such assistance, for it is useful.

The video below expresses the thanks and appreciation from those in Ukraine who have received much needed food and provisions.

Partnering with Okanagan Gleaners

A special thanks to the people of Okanagan Gleaners for their 40 foot container donation of dehydrated soup mix to the needy and hungry people of Ukraine! 

Helping those affected by the conflict in Eastern Ukraine

We are privileged to partner with Fraser Valley Gleaners in Abbotsford, BC in supplying much needed food to those affected by the conflict in Eastern Ukraine.  Thank you for partnering with The Master’s Foundation in helping feed the hungry and hurting of Ukraine!

Watch this video to see what God is doing through your donation!


Soup Mix donated for distribution to the needy in Ukraine

A 40 ft. container of soup mix (valued at $69,000) was donated to Masters for Ukraine.  The container  gave 1.200,000 - 1 cup portions of soup. It was distributed to orphans, the poor & needy, rehab centers, prisons, ex- inmates, elderly and invalid centers.  Shipping costs of approximately $10,000.00 were courtesy of the many generous donors that support The Master's Foundation.

Bukovo Girls Invalid Center

A center located near the Carpathians housing approximately 77 girls from ages 3 to 25 years. All the girls are afflicted with some type of serious handicap, from mental illness to severe physical defects. Some are bedridden and need constant attention. Master’s has supplied 2 new furnace/boilers to ensure heat for the winter months.