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Ukraine Appeal

We call on EBF member unions and their churches to stand together with our Ukrainian brothers and sisters and support them in this most difficult of times. We pray unceasingly for the people of Ukraine and cry out for God’s protection and justice for the vulnerable.

 

Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due when it is in your power to do it. — Proverbs 3:27


We affirm and encourage the work of Ukrainian Baptists and those in neighbouring countries in reaching out in the love of Christ to those most affected by the war.


We invite you to be part of our joint response and donate generously to the work of our Ukrainian brothers and sisters and of those reaching out in the neighbouring countries.


Your donations will help to purchase food, hygiene items, medicine, generators, gasoline, blankets, pillows, and necessary items for the internally displaced people (IDPs) as well as for those fleeing the country. There are shelters being set up in many Baptist churches in the region and your donations are essential for the local people to run these centres.


EUR (Euro)

  • Beneficiary: European Baptist Federation

  • Address: Postjesweg 150, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • Bank Name: Spar- und Kreditbank Evangelisch-Freikirchlicher Gemeinden eG, Bad Homburg, Germany

  • IBAN: DE64 5009 2100 0000 1717 00

  • BIC/SWIFT: GENODE51BH2


GBP (British Pound)

  • Beneficiary: European Baptist Federation

  • Sort Code: 30-99-38

  • Account Number: 03118475

  • BIC: LOYDGB21262

  • IBAN: GB66LOYD30993803118475

 

Please note on your transfer: Ukraine Appeal


For further inquiries concerning the Ukraine Appeal, please contact: Helle Liht, Assistant General Secretary, at helle@ebf.org


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