Lifesong Ukraine

Ministering to children in orphanages by providing Constant Christian Presence (CCP), transitional housing programs, summer camps, job skill training and sustainable business.

At a Glance

Lifesong Ukraine seeks to connect not only while children are in the orphanage walls, but also walk with them as they transition into adult life, hoping to break the cycle of the orphan.
1042 Children Served
42 In-Country Staff
2001 Year established

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Our Mission

Many children that live in orphanages have no hope of ever being adopted. To connect with these children, Lifesong has built a partnership within the Ukrainian orphanages improving the living conditions and helping provide for the children’s basic needs.

To invite spiritual discipleship and training, Lifesong hires national Christians to work full-time within the government-run orphanages creating what we call Constant Christian Presence (CCP). In each orphanage, Lifesong renovates a ‘room of hope and trust’ and supplies it with books, games, and videos where children can come to learn in a comfortable and safe environment.

To prepare the children for their future roles in society, Lifesong provides practical training with farm animals and equipment, sewing machines, baking equipment, and computer labs.

Upon graduation, orphans would typically have little or no guidance with their futures. Lifesong offers a graduate program to help these young adults transition successfully into adult life, giving them the support and accountability they need. Transitional housing is provided along with weekly Bible studies, counseling, and transportation to church.

In addition, we also have been supporting an active indigenous adoption program since 2008. Over 140 orphans have been placed in 35 Christian Ukrainian homes giving children forever families.

To invite spiritual discipleship and training, Lifesong hires national Christians to work full-time within the government-run orphanages creating what we call Constant Christian Presence.

IMPACT of Lifesong Ukraine:

  • Working to improve orphan living conditions
  • Providing Constant Christian Presence through mentorship
  • Job Skill training
  • Supporting graduates through transitional housing and accountability
  • Providing sustainable business opportunities

Current Projects:

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Lifesong Farms
To create a sustainable business for our work in Ukraine, Lifesong has partnered with Plant Sciences, Inc. to develop strawberry farms at our Camp location.

 

 

Want to join the IMPACT? Sponsor a Ukraine Camp that hosts 40 orphaned children. At this camp they participate in games, Bible studies, worship, mentorship outside of the orphanage walls. Learn more about Ukraine Camp Sponsnorship>>

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Bearing Fruit Through Lifesong Farms {Mission Moment}

Lifesong Farms. We are thankful, with the help and expertise of our friends at Plant Sciences, Inc., to have active strawberry farms in Ukraine and Zambia. Our hope is to not only create jobs & self-worth for orphan caregivers, but also  provide future employment opportunities as orphans grow into adults. [...] Continue Reading »

Giving Hope to the Hopeless {Lifesong Ukraine}

Please enjoy this update from Lifesong Ukraine…   One of our recent highlights was a camp for children with special needs at our camp horse farm. It was a great week for the children who don’t have much in this life! Not much in terms of what State run institution offers as well and what future holds for [...] Continue Reading »

Emptying Orphanages in Ukraine Through Adoption

Please enjoy this update from Denis Poshelok, Lifesong Ukraine Director, as he shares the success of the recent Ukraine National Adoptive Conference. Many of the adoptive families that attended are not only being supported by their local church, but also by American churches through Adoption Without Borders, an [...] Continue Reading »