For the past 8 years, Pulse has invested in Russia and Eastern Europe as an extension of Nick Hall’s passion for a population that is often overlooked, distressed, and underserved. Since 2014, we have held hundreds of events spanning across Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus, impacting over 2,000,000 people, while contracting a core staff of 5 leaders on the ground and many more during events.
During this time, we have established deep relationships with churches and political leaders across the region, even establishing unprecedented inroads with the Russian Orthodox Church.
100% of proceeds will go directly to funding the on-the-ground needs. We will provide full reports on unfolding projects.
In response to the urgent need in Ukraine, we have established the Pulse Ukraine Relief Fund to serve 3 main causes under the financial stewardship of our Board of Directors and Executive Leadership Team.
- Evangelistic efforts that bring hope. People have never been more open to the Gospel, and we want to provide immediate relief to minister to those in need, leading to large-scale efforts across these regions as soon as doors are open. Prior to this recent conflict, we had already established relationships for stadium evangelistic efforts. We believe these efforts could be more needed in the days ahead than we ever imagined.
- Relief and aid. We cannot share the Gospel without demonstrating that Jesus cares for the orphans, widows, refugees, and those in need. We are working with churches within Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, and Poland to serve those most in need through food, clothing, transportation, and shelter. The needs are immediate.
- Team support. To help those in need, we first need to lift up those on our team working tirelessly to lead these efforts. Many have lost everything, so we are designating funds to help them rebuild their lives and support their loved ones in desperate situations.
We invite you to prayerfully consider giving toward the Pulse Ukraine Relief Fund to bring the Gospel and practical resources to Ukrainians affected by the recent crisis.