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We are working diligently to serve the Ukrainian-American community

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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Serving the Local Community
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Promoting Ukrainian Culture
Promoting Ukrainian Culture

Promoting Ukrainian Culture

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Humanitarian Aid

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

June 6, 2024, Sacramento, CA - For the third consecutive year, temporarily displaced Ukrainian high school graduates have been given a unique opportunity to take the Ukrainian National Multi-Subject Test remotely in Sacramento at UA House headquarters. The event was organized by Ukrainian American House in partnership with the Consulate General of Ukraine in San Francisco, Ukrainian School in Sacramento and Math Club with the support of the Ukrainian community. Two test sessions were offered, both in the first week of June 2024 (June 1 and June 4, 2024). A total of 38 students took the NMT in Sacramento this year. Vlad Skots, Founder and Co-chair of the Ukrainian American House, opened the official part of the event by congratulating the students on successfully passing the test and wishing them success in their academic pursuits. He also emphasized that the organization's doors are always open to those in need of help and highlighted the importance of unity within the local community and among all Ukrainians living abroad. Dmytro Kushneruk, Consul General of Ukraine in San Francisco, delivered a speech emphasizing the importance of community during unstable times and highlighted the value of pursuing education in top-rated Ukrainian universities despite the ongoing Russian aggression. The aim is for the students to return to Ukraine and contribute to its restoration in the social, economic, and cultural spheres. “It’s very important that the Ukrainian government is just creating conditions for them to keep the connection with their country so that people are not refugees forever,” he said. Caroleana Kvaterchuk Allison, Executive Director of UA House, delivered a speech emphasizing the crucial role of education in establishing a platform for effective bilateral cooperation in various spheres, including humanitarian, economic, cultural, educational, social, and political. “The focus on creating opportunities for both Ukraine and the United States aligns with the mission of UA House”, said Allison. Please consider reading the Sacramento Bee article to gain insight from student testimonies regarding the significance of the event. We extend our sincere gratitude to all our partners and the dedicated Ukrainian diaspora volunteers for their steadfast support! ### What is NMT? In 2024, applicants for Bachelor's Degree programme (Master's Degree programme in medicine) have to pass the National Multi-subject Test (NMT) in order to apply for higher educational institutions in Ukraine with the aim of returning to Ukraine promoting its restoration in the social, economic and cultural spheres. To ensure that Ukrainians living abroad exercise their right to enter universities of their native country, the NMT was held in many other countries in 2024, including the US. The NMT is coordinated by the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment (UCEQA) directly from Kherson region, Ukraine. This year, the test could be taken on either June 1st or June 4th. The NMT testing center was set up at the UA House headquarters in Rancho Cordova, located at 11290 Point E Dr, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742. Test takers were able to get their test scores for each NMT block instantly on their computer screen after completing all the tasks. The exam results, converted to a scale from 100 to 200 points, will be available in their personal account on the website of the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment (UCEQA) on July 2, 2024.

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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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UA House in partnership with Humane Society International (HSI) responds to the pet crisis in Ukraine by launching 'Helping Paws' Initiative

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The Ukrainian Independence Day Banquet was hosted by the UA House and Consulate General of Ukraine in San Francisco.

Refugees displaced by the war are now living in our community. They wish to raise their children in a safe, supportive environment, and to work and become part of the community as well. They need our short-term financial help to get started.

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.

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.

For the first time ever Ukrainian high-school graduates were able to take the Ukrainian National Test outside of their home country.

The Ukrainian Independence Day Banquet was hosted by the UA House and Consulate General of Ukraine in San Francisco.

Refugees displaced by the war are now living in our community. They wish to raise their children in a safe, supportive environment, and to work and become part of the community as well. They need our short-term financial help to get started.

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UA HOUSE is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization (Registered Charity Number: C4181477) dedicated to raising awareness about Ukraine in the US and throughout the world and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

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DUNS Number: 116591388 | Entity Number: C4181477

Tax Authority Form Type: exempt 501(c)(3) |

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Phone number: +1(916)201-0101

Physical address: 11290 Point E Dr Ste 215,

Rancho Cordova, CA 95742