“Ukraine Action Summit”
“ 365 Days Defending Freedom”
In Germany, we found refuge with the family of our friends. They provided us with a roof over our heads and helped us adapt to our new life. I was grateful for their kindness, but I couldn't just sit idly by. I wanted to do something to help Ukraine. I joined a group of activists who organize events to support Ukraine abroad and raise funds for the army.
I didn't give up because I believe in Ukraine. I believe that we are a strong country with a brave people.I didn't give up because I want my children to grow up in a country where there is peace. I didn't give up because I want Ukraine to be free and independent. I will continue to work until Ukraine wins.
In February 2022, Russia attacked Ukraine, and my life changed forever. I heard explosions as they approached my house. I saw people fleeing from the war. I knew I had to leave. I gathered our belongings and went to Germany with my children. We were among the millions of Ukrainians forced to leave their homes because of the war.
Ukraine Action Summit: Fall 2023
The American Coalition for Ukraine is holding the third Ukraine Action Summit in Washington, D.C. on October 22-24, 2023.
We invite individuals and organizations — from within as well as beyond the Ukrainian community — who are invested in advocating our elected officials to continue helping Ukraine to prevail against the Russian invasion.
The Summit will consist of panel discussions, a collaborative advocacy training and Congressional meetings on Capitol Hill.
Overview The Top Myths about US Aid to Ukraine
Since Russia invaded Ukraine for the second time in eight years, Russian troops have ravaged Ukraine’s cities, raped its women, and stolen its children. Russian missiles and Iranian drones strike Ukrainian cities daily, often hitting civilian targets. Russia is the aggressor. Ukraine is the victim.
For Americans who believe in respect for national borders, the primacy of national sovereignty, and the right to self-defense...