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Ever since it was established, the UNWLA has distinguished itself as an organization with a mission to assist Ukraine and Ukrainians around the world. It has a proven track record for quick response disaster soma relief and long-term aid for various humanitarian needs. As an organization with vision, the UNWLA also promotes educational programs as a key to eliminating poverty and inequality. Your donation will help this 80-year-old organization to continue its valuable work on behalf of those in need.


Federal Employees and Military Personnel

Designate your Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) contributions to the Ukrainian National Women’s league of America.

UNWLA is a Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) organization.  UNWLA’s CFC number is 10325.

(Click on the CFC picture for a larger view).

The UNWLA has been providing funds for victims of the Chornobyl nuclear disaster ever since it occurred in 1986. The children in the photograph on the left are benefitting from a UNWLA grant for treatment at a hospital in Ukraine for a variety of Chornobyl-related ailments.

2008 Kiev Scholarship Program

UNWLA Inc. Scholarship/Children-Student Sponsorship Program was established in 1967. Our mission is to enhance and create opportunities through education and preserve Ukrainian cultural heritage within and outside of the United States of America

Maria Polanskyj, Chairwoman of the Scholarship/Children - Student Sponsorship Program ,is meeting with students and members of Sojuz Ukrajinok in Kyiv, Ukraine. Seated fourth from the left is Maria Polanskyj.

Photo was taken by the former scholarship recipient Oksana Shakhrayuk, (kneeling in the photo).

Founded in New York City in 1976 by the Ukrainian National Women's League of America, Inc. (UNWLA), the establishment of The Ukrainian Museum is considered by many to be one of the finest achievements of the Ukrainian immigrants in the United States. Its purpose is to preserve, interpret and present the rich cultural heritage of the Ukrainian people. Through exhibitions, scholarly study and documentation, educational programs publications and community related events, the Museum shares the remarkable scope and diversity of the Ukrainian culture with its public. For more information please visit the The Ukrainian Museum Website.