Ukrainian Crisis Auction

an Event to support the Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Response

In response to the crisis in Ukraine, it is our desire to help bring comfort and aid to the survivors of ongoing violence and instability. We have come together with our brothers and sisters in Christ to form this online art auction for the purpose of raising money specifically for the "Ukrainian Crisis". With your support and the help of God, we will reach our goal. 

The Online Art Auction will open at 9am (all times are eastern) on October 14 and will close at 3pm on October 22, 2022. There will be a closing event from 1 - 4pm on October 22 where the auction items will be on display. The Ukrainian Crisis Auction Dessert Finale will be held at the Mechanicsburg Church of the Brethren, 301 Gale St, Mechanicsburg, PA. No tickets are needed, a free-will offering would be appreciated. There will be beverages and Ukrainian desserts available.

Proceeds will benefit Brethren Disaster Ministries, a ministry of the Church of the Brethren.

A link to the online Auction will be made available closer to October 14, 2022.

Auction items will be available for pickup on the following dates and times: Saturday, October 22 from 3 to 7pm; Sunday, October 23 from noon - 4pm; and Monday, October 24 from 10am - 2pm. All items must be picked up by Friday, October 28, 2022. Email to make alternative arrangements. Shipping is available for an additional cost. Payment is due on or before pickup. 

ATTENTION: If you are an artist who would like to make an art donation towards the online art auction, download this form, fill it out and mail or deliver it with your donated art piece to: Lucretia Crum, 1421 Miller Rd, Dauphin, PA 17018. Art donations MUST be received by September 1, 2022. For questions regarding your submission or to arrange a drop off time, email

If you would like it give a contribution in support of this event, click here.


THANK YOU for your support!

Brethren Disaster Ministries, organizes opportunities for Christ-like service and equips volunteers for relationship-based community engagement. It walks along side communities through long-term recovery, and reveals God's love through caring for the vulnerable impacted by emergency, violence, or disasters, both nationally and globally.

The Church of the Brethren response to the crisis in Ukraine is identifying and supporting some of the most vulnerable and under-served people caught in this crisis by providing:

  • Food and shelter

  • Hygiene supplies and medical assistance

  • Training for caregivers of traumatized and injured children

  • Protection from violence and trafficking for women and children

  • Supporting host families of displaced Ukrainian families

Working with trusted partners, such as Church World Service, International Orthodox Christian Charities, Lutheran World Relief, and Child Life Disaster Response. Brethren Disaster Ministries grants provide assistance in Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Ukraine.