Last year, we showed you a moving video of three disabled people receiving baptism at the summer camp in Kyiv in July 2018:
This year, DHM sent two volunteers, Karine and Marika, to participate in the summer camp in Kyiv. They have been helping to care for the disabled people
On Saturday 22nd May several DHM volunteers braved atrocious weather conditions to cycle 100 miles each in order to raise money for our ministry in Eastern Ukraine.
Thanks to the brilliant efforts of the DHM cycling volunteers and the amazing generosity of our donors, we are
Here’s an update from Joshua, recorded in the middle of a very wet and windy bike ride…
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Thanks for your support.
Thanks to the amazing fundraising efforts of Alice (see this previous post), DHM has been able to buy an elevator to assist our ministry team in Kyiv to serve the disabled community at our partner church in Kyiv.
Pastor Alexander in Kyiv reported that, “Getting a person with a disability
Between 22-30 May 2021, a group of cyclists based in the UK aim to each ride up to 250 kms for charity, Dnipro Hope Mission. Riding ‘alone but together’ due to COVID-19 restrictions, the total distance covered by the group will be over 3000km – the distance between London and
This weekend, Ukraine has been celebrating Easter. For Christians, Easter is is a celebration of the hope and new life that Jesus brought into the world when He defeated death and rose again to life. As Jesus brought hope to the world, He now calls His people to live
Congratulations to our youngest fundraiser, Alice Richmond, from Oxford, for her incredible efforts to raise funds for the life-saving work of DHM in Ukraine! Back in February, Alice pledged to run one mile every day for 40 days, come rain or shine. Despite injuries, atrocious weather and not always
Pastor Alexander sent us this footage from the end of his church service yesterday. DHM is actively supporting this significant ministry in Kyiv.
In this video, DHM volunteer, Karine, speaks about her experience of ministering at a camp for disabled people. Although she spent only five days at the camp, the experience of looking after people with special needs has taught her some important life lessons, as she recounts in this video.