LOVES PARK, IL. – A U.S.-based mission has launched a massive ‘heat and hope’ project to rush generators and critical supplies of firewood, coal, and thermal blankets to local churches helping Ukrainian families facing a brutal and potentially deadly winter. The Ukraine Winter Heat and Hope Project, organized by Slavic Gospel Association is partnering with hundreds of local churches persevering to make sure displaced and desperate Ukrainians “stay warm and find hope” during the expected winter freeze. Drone attacks and missiles have wiped out more than one-third of Ukraine’s power grid, causing rolling blackouts and cutting off electricity to more than one million households. The lifesaving project will help local churches across Ukraine turn their facilities into “centers of heat and hope” where families can shelter and stay warm when the bitter cold rolls in. People can support the Ukraine Winter Heat and Hope Project by clicking on the banner below.