Ukraine Orphan Outreach

Ukraine Orphan Outreach is a non-profit organization formed by adoptive parents and others, with concern for the future of orphaned children in Ukraine.

House Of Hope

Located in a downtown Kherson, the House of Hope is
U.O.O.s newest transitional home for girls.

House Of Grace

Family centered living for Ukrainian
children who have aged out of orphanages.

Get Involved

Reach out to this often forgotten group of children
and make a difference in their future.

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The statistics are sobering…

60% of young girls that age out of orphanages are pulled into sex trafficking.

70% of the boys are incarcerated after only 2 years of being out of an orphanage.

12,000 children age out of orphanages every year with no where to go.

10% of the children who age out of orphanages commit suicide within 2 years.

Young Girls in Ukraine Now Have a Transition Home.

Ukraine Orphan Outreach has built a much needed home for girls in Ukraine. This home is a critical piece of the puzzle and give orphans a chance at a quality and independent life.

House of Hope

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Recent Updates
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Memorial Fund for Micol Woodiel

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Hello UOO supporters, as you know, we have advocated for adoption ever since adopting Natalie Stoesz in 2003. Mentoring families has been such a wonderful blessing as well as exciting…

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Ride Ukraine, July 17th – August 2nd, 2015

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Cycling for Adoption Awareness – Cycle for a Purpose Share the message of adoption and orphan care with local villages and churches throughout western Ukraine. Ride for a great cause….

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Igor’s Story From The House of Grace – Kramatorsk

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Hi there, folks. My name is Igor. I moved into the Kramatorsk Adaptation center summer of 2012 when Maxim, the Center ministry leader invited my friend and I to attend a…