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Ukrainian American House is a Sacramento Area-based non-profit founded in 2018. By providing an effective platform for bilateral cooperation in the humanitarian, economic, cultural, educational, social, and political spheres we create opportunities for both Ukraine and the United States. We organize fundraisers, cultural events, meetings with Ukrainian and American officials, and networking events dedicated to Ukraine.

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With the outbreak of the war, UA House focused on providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine, such as essential medical supplies, personal protective equipment, fully-equipped ambulances, and much more.
Many Ukrainians fled the war and decided to move to the United States and seek shelter. We are working diligently to provide those people with the necessary support by giving consultations on various topics, such as filling out documents, getting a driver's license, obtaining social benefits, and many others.
We are hosting events to engage the local Slavic community to gather and communicate with like-minded people. Every Saturday, we gather around 500 people in a community event called ParaSOLka. We offer complimentary food and drinks, movie nights, helpful consultations, and more activities.
UA House started its own media production. We have created an Inside the War video series to highlight the current situation in Ukraine for American auditory and share some exclusive footage from our videographer Bohdan. Also, we upload a weekly news digest to our social media platforms to increase awareness about the latest war news.
Our mission is to introduce Ukraine's diverse and beautiful culture to American and Slavic communities. We host various events such as fairs, concerts, and contests to embrace Ukrainian traditions and culture. Every year we organize a Ukrainian Fair - an all-day festival filled with fun activities for the whole family! We aim to unite people, businesses, and organizations from around the world to support Ukraine.
UA House's goal is to support the young generation of Ukraine, which is left without an opportunity to receive proper education, and meet their needs to continue learning and receive qualifications. That way, young people will recover the economy when the war is over and give Ukraine a new chance to be prosperous.
Ukrainian American House is focused on fostering relationships between Ukraine and the United States. Through networking, exchanging knowledge and experience, and advocacy efforts, UAH is creating an environment for unification. Our goal is to promote business growth and improve relations to stimulate the economy in both countries.
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UA House Launches Fundraiser for Okhmatdyt Hospital Struck by Russian Missile

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sacramento, CA - July 8, 2024 - Okhmatdyt Hospital, Ukraine's largest children's medical center, was tragically struck by a Russian missile on Monday, July 8, 2024. This devastating act of aggression resulted in the loss of two adult lives within the hospital premises. The strikes across the city also claimed the lives of 20 individuals and left 82 others injured. Among the casualties were two children, with fears that more may be trapped beneath the debris. Established in 1894, Okhmatdyt Hospital has been a pillar of medical care for some of Ukraine’s most vulnerable children, providing vital services across 80 departments, including specialized treatments for conditions like oncology and rare genetic diseases. Even amidst peacetime, Okhmatdyt conducted over 10,000 surgeries annually, utilizing its 720 hospital beds to serve more than 20,000 patients each year. In light of this tragic event, Ukrainian American House, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is launching a fundraising initiative to support Okhmatdyt Hospital during this critical time. All donations received will directly benefit the hospital, with 100% of funds going towards rebuilding efforts, medical supplies, and support for the hospital staff who continue to bravely serve amidst the chaos. "We stand in solidarity with our partners at Okhmatdyt Hospital during this heartbreaking time," said Caroleana Kvaterchuk Allison, Executive Director of Ukrainian American House. "Our thoughts are with the courageous healthcare professionals and staff who are working tirelessly to save lives and provide care despite the challenges they face." To contribute to the Okhmatdyt Hospital fund and support its mission to restore hope and healing, please consider making a donation through Ukrainian American House. Your generosity will make a direct impact on the lives of children and families in Ukraine who depend on Okhmatdyt for their medical care and treatment. For more information and to donate, please visit https://www.uahouse.org/ukraine-relief/needs/okhmatdyt-hospital-urgent-relief-by-ua-house. ### About Okhmatdyt Hospital: Okhmatdyt Hospital, founded in 1894, is Ukraine’s largest children’s medical center renowned for its advanced medical treatments and compassionate care. The hospital provides specialized services across 80 departments, offering critical care to children with a wide range of medical conditions. Prior to the full-scale Russian invasion, Okhmatdyt Hospital was internationally recognized as a leader in medical innovation, pioneering procedures such as bone marrow and organ transplants. Its commitment to excellence and compassionate care has made it a beacon of hope for countless families across Ukraine. About Ukrainian American House: Ukrainian American House is a Sacramento Area-based registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2018 and dedicated to supporting humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. By providing an effective platform for bilateral cooperation in the humanitarian, economic, cultural, educational, social, and political spheres we create opportunities for both Ukraine and the United States. We organize fundraisers, cultural events, meetings with Ukrainian and American officials, and networking events dedicated to Ukraine. All donations are tax-deductible and go directly towards projects that benefit the Ukrainian community.

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UA House hosted the National Multi-Subject Test 2024 for Ukrainian high school grads

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Ukrainian American House to host National Multi-Subject Test 2024 for Ukrainian diaspora

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UA House launches a new initiative to support kids suffering from a rare disease

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Ukrainian American House to participate in the annual Big Day of Giving, coordinated by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

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Okhmatdyt hospital, Ukraine's largest children's medical center, was struck by a Russian missile attack on Monday, July 8, 2024. According to Kyiv city officials, two adults were killed in the Okhmatdyt Hospital attack. The strikes on the city also resulted in the deaths of 20 people and injuries to 82 others. Two children were among those who lost their lives, more were feared trapped under the debris.

Purpose: to create a platform for establishing business partnerships between Ukraine and the US, present top Ukrainian projects to international investors, facilitate the exchange of ideas between international investors and Ukrainian business leaders about rebuilding of Ukraine.

UA House united Church, Business, and Community leaders together in prayer for Ukraine. The Ukrainian American Prayer Breakfast was dedicated to the Independence Day of Ukraine.

Every month, on the third Friday, our community gathers to show solidarity with Ukraine. We invite church leaders, community representatives, and American officials to join us in this important event. Together, our goal is to stand united with Ukraine and offer our collective prayers for its peace, victory, and prosperity. This event is inclusive and welcomes everyone, regardless of their background or affiliation. We believe in the transformative power of unity and prayer to bring about positive change. By coming together, we aim to express our support and compassion for the people of Ukraine during these challenging times. Join us as we unite our voices and hearts, fostering a sense of global community and shared hope. We invite everyone to participate in this meaningful occasion. Date: Third Friday of each month Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

There are new rocket attacks on Kyiv. There are new victims. There is new destruction. Please continue supporting Ukraine.

Epidermolysis bullosa is a genetic disease that affects a relatively small number of people worldwide, with only half a million cases reported. In Ukraine, individuals with this condition are recognized as disabled, and they can only receive treatment at the "Specialized Medical Center for Children with Epidermolysis Bullosa" located in Okhmatdyt Children's Hospital. This hospital needs our support and encouragement to help all its patients, especially during these challenging times of war.

About 800,000 Ukrainians lost their homes due to russian invasion. Russian troops destroyed more than 15 million square meters of Ukrainian housing.

About 1 million Ukrainians are experiencing food shortages. We deliver grocery packages for those in need. We distribute 10,000 grocery packages per month, but we can do much more. The cost of one grocery package delivery is only $4.00. Please support our project and make a difference today.

Okhmatdyt hospital, Ukraine's largest children's medical center, was struck by a Russian missile attack on Monday, July 8, 2024. According to Kyiv city officials, two adults were killed in the Okhmatdyt Hospital attack. The strikes on the city also resulted in the deaths of 20 people and injuries to 82 others. Two children were among those who lost their lives, more were feared trapped under the debris.

Purpose: to create a platform for establishing business partnerships between Ukraine and the US, present top Ukrainian projects to international investors, facilitate the exchange of ideas between international investors and Ukrainian business leaders about rebuilding of Ukraine.

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