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Supporting the Ukrainian People

Do you burdened to get involved in supporting the Ukrainian people during this tumultuous time?

We encourage you to pray and ask God how he may have you get involved. One simple way is to give to the needs of people displaced by the current invasion. Displaced people often have needs including food, shelter, beds, cleaning supplies, clothing, gas, and other relocation needs.

Here are a few ways we suggest you consider giving:

sendrelief.org - This is a partnership between the IMB/NAMB doing refugee aid work in Poland with displaced people who have crossed the border. 

Moldova Mission- These funds go directly to TCC's indigenous partners who are currently hosting 100 refugees in Moldova. Use the email at the bottom of the site to designate your gift. 

UPF- Click here to directly impact Ukrainians who are displaced as well as UBTSeminary students, staff, and graduates who partner with SEBTS.

Additionally, TCC is currently working with refugees from Afghanistan here in town and is preparing to work with the Ukrainian refugees set to be placed very soon in Raleigh.  We are involved in finding jobs, transportation, language training, education, etc. for these families. To directly support these efforts here in our city you can give to our Hope For All nations Fund on our TCC website. Furthermore, if you wish to be relationally connected to these families you can serve on our refugee engagement team here at TCC. We can connect you this week!  

Please feel free to reach out to Pastor Travis at twilliams@tccraleigh.org with any questions or comments regarding TCC's response to this current crisis.