For the past year, people in Ukraine have lived with bombings and missile attacks which have displaced millions, injured and killed thousands and left some too afraid to leave their bomb shelters.
Conflict in Ukraine
The Vincentian Family has showed great commitment and dedication towards those in need since the beginning of the war, including by providing essential and emergency aid on the ground.
My first visit to Ukraine will stay with me forever. In times of crisis, it is always incredible to witness how communities and individuals come together to play such a pivotal part in helping those around them.
6 months on from the invasion of Ukraine on Wednesday 24th August, aid agency Depaul Ukraine is calling for urgent funds as thousands face exhaustion, trauma and fear at the bitter winter which lies just a few short weeks away.
On August 26-28, 2022, Superioress General of the Daughters of Charity Sister Françoise Petit visited most of the communities of the Daughters of Charity in Ukraine. She was accompanied on the trip by, among others, Sister Hanna Cybyla, General Councilor for the...
The Depaul Ukraine team hold regular food distributions where people can collect food baskets or meals from local volunteers.
On February 20, 2002, more than five months ago, the world watched in horror as Russia invaded the territory of Ukraine. Every day since then, we have witnessed countless acts of terror in an invasion that has been almost unanimously rejected by the international community.
John Darley, Chair of Trustees, and Mark McGreevy, President of the Depaul Assembly, reflect on the Depaul Group’s achievements over the past year and a half.
It’s no secret that fuel is expensive – we are feeling it here, and the situation is no better in Ukraine.
THE VINCENTIAN CONFRATERNITIES united in the love of God to defend rights and justice, to practice loyalty and humility before God (cf. Mi 6:8) and committed to their Vincentian spirituality…
Many people in Ukraine still lack basic necessities such as food and water. We continue to increase our humanitarian response.
We are receiving funding from the Disaster and Emergency Committee’s (DEC) very successful Ukraine appeal. The DEC has produced a short video documenting the work of DePaul's amazing volunteer cyclists. Our volunteers used to deliver food for companies like Uber, now...