From the bottom of our hearts, Thank You!

The Kharkiv Red Cross and the 72 Hour Fund Drives exceeded our goals. We can't thank you enough for contributing to the cause. Humanitarian aid is being delivered to the people of Kharkiv and throughout Ukraine. Several small towns around Kharkiv are receiving generators that will enable the hospital to operate and the local governments to provide services. Your donation has made and will continue to make a difference in the lives of many.

CKSCP continues to support, through humanitarian relief, the citizens of the Kharkiv region. If you wish to donate to CKSCP, please send your donation to this address.

Cincinnati-Kharkiv Sister City Partnership
441 Vine Street, Suite 3620 Cincinnati, Oh 45202

In November 1993 a delegation from School #3 visited Nativity School in Pleasant Ridge. It was the beginning of a long term friendship between a Ukrainian student and her American host family. Click on Update #19 to learn how that friendship helped the student from School #3 make it through the last 10 weeks.


May 2, 2022

Since morning we have evacuated 15 individuals from Ruska Lozova in our minivan. We got under fire by a tank. Denis provided first aid. We picked up one wounded person with a shrapnel wound in the shoulder and transferred him to a healthcare facility. The other evacuees were dropped off at an assembly point and provided with food. After that they were taken care of by the medics and social services.

Folks were some what scared. We put one granny in an ambulance in the assembly area. We continue to provide the help that is needed.

Today we purchased pharmaceuticals using the funds donated by our Sister City of Cincinnati. These medications will be provided to people residing in hard-to-access Kharkiv.

We continue to receive assistance from our Sister City. This is canned chicken. We purchased two tons in Dnipro. Residents of our "hottest" areas will benefit from your aid.

We have just unloaded a truck. Here is what we got: canned beef, chicken and pearl barley with beef and pork. Now we can meet more needs of Kharkiv residents. Thanks!

Thanks you, Cincinnatians. We have just received vital medications for Katya, 8, who has idopathic arthritis. Very timely! Thank you!

We express our gratitude to Cincinnati for keeping us safe. Thanks for all you help, for food and clean water. And now the Red Cross will take us to a safe place to overnight. Thanks a lot.

It's April 23. Here is the canned meat we bought with the funds raised in our Sister City, Cincinnati. We are so grateful! Red Cross, Kharkiv Region, is working for our people.



The Broadway community joined together Sunday morning, April 3rd, to stand with the people of Ukraine. The performed, "Do You Hear the People Sing" from Les Misérables.

President Zelensky's Address to the United States Congress

March 16, 2022

President Zelensky included a video at 13:03 that shows the impact of the war on Ukraine and its people.

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Photos of Kharkiv
from DT's Facebook Page.

The images are graphic images of the destruction
resulting from the shelling by the Russian army.