WeCare Centers provide the vital services most needed in the communities where they are located. This includes food aid and other essential daily living supplies, medical care, workforce training, trauma counseling, spiritual care, legal aid, schooling, rebuilding damaged homes, and other emerging needs.
Numerous Ukrainians, potentially reaching into the millions, found themselves in unfamiliar territories as a result of the conflict, relocating to new cities, villages, and refuge regions. In this context, established social networks play a pivotal role in obtaining information and aid. The interconnections formed among internally displaced persons (IDPs) across the nation are both remarkable and inspiring. Many IDPs are actively participating in supporting fellow displaced individuals in their newfound locales. Simultaneously, a considerable number of IDPs continue to require assistance, guidance, and support. Today, we are pleased to introduce an initiative that bridges these gaps: the “WeCare Centers,” an interconnected network of assistance and optimism.