Visit Dignity Home & Romaniv
Dignity Home is non-governmental, home-based and Christian while Romaniv is a government therapeutic facility. Both serve young men with disabilities from Ukraine.
On this trip you will have the experience to love on the “least of these”. We will be coming alongside Wide Awake staff to serve the young men and boys at both Dignity Home (Dim Hidnosti in Ukrainian) and Romaniv, all of whom have a complex array of physical, emotional, and/or intellectual disabilities. The team will do some camp-like activities as well as other projects. At the end of this trip there will be a one day debrief outside the US.
Dignity Home (Dim Hidnosti) and Romaniv in Ukraine
At this point, no trips are planned for 2024 given the current situation in country.
This is a great trip for families of children 16 and older.
$35/month covers basic necessities
Our sponsorship program allows YOU to be a significant influence in the life of one of these children! What makes the sponsorship different?
100% of funds received go directly to children's home
Funds support all the children at the home
Focus is literal or societal orphans who are not currently adoptable
Opportunity for a more personal relationship through mission trips, letters, and care packages
About Dignity Home (Dim Hidnosti) and Romaniv
Hands of Hope partnered with Romaniv, in conjunction with Mission to Ukraine and Wide Awake International, for a number of years. In 2020 Romaniv officially transitioned from a government children’s home for disabled boys and young men to a rehabilitation facility. Just prior to this, Dignity Home (Dim Hidnosti in Ukrainian) was started by Wide Awake as a way to allow the young men to experience the fullness of family life, including loving personalized caretakers, in a home environment instead of an institution. Some of the men from Romaniv have already transitioned to Dignity Home and over time others, Lord willing, will as well. Hands of Hope sponsor funds help provide nutritional, therapeutic, spiritual, and educational support to Dignity Home and Romaniv.