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You Can Become the Change

At In God's Hand, we recognize that volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization. We’re proud to have volunteers from all around the world working together to make a difference.


We invite you to join our work in Ukraine to make a profound difference in the lives of displaced Ukrainians. By volunteering with us, you will bring hope and comfort to individuals who have been uprooted from their homes and help to sustain their community shattered by conflict. Join us in making a lasting impact and being a beacon of hope for the resilient people of Ukraine.

What you will need to know

Below is a summary of the essential information you should know to help you determine whether volunteering with In God's Hand in Romania and Ukraine is right for you. If, after reviewing the information, you would like to learn more, don't hesitate to contact us using the form below.


Volunteers must arrange their own travel to Suceava, Romania, where In God's Hand's operational headquarters is located. Once in Suceava, all travel to and from Ukraine is via In God's Hand vehicles or vehicles provided by other NGOs in the community.


A bank debit or credit card is all you'll need for most of your day-to-day expenses in Romania and Ukraine. Having no more than a couple hundred USD or Euros on hand should be sufficient to cover exceptions.

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In God's Hand can accommodate small parties of two to four volunteers. For larger groups, we can help you locate a comfortable hotel or hostel for less than USD 50 per night. You are also welcome to stay at our partner, Emaus' refugee center, a very comfortable facility with individual rooms with their own bathrooms and shower for USD 20 per night, breakfast included. The facility has a shared dining area with refrigerators, hot plates, coffee machines and other necessities. 

Local Transportation

There are various transportation options within Suceava, where In God's Hand has its base of operations in Romania.

  • City bus tickets cost 3 lei for 100 minutes of travel throughout the municipality and can be purchased from vending machines at most bus stations.

  • Taxi and Bolt services will run from about 5 lei for short hops to as much as 20 lei for trips to the airport from the center of town.

Driving in Romania & Ukraine

US citizens must have an international driver's license to drive in Romania. We encourage you to obtain your license so that you can help with driving where necessary.


You can obtain your license from the International Automobile Association. A license will be issued within 24-48 hours and in your hands within days depending upon the shipping option you select. Ukraine has the same requirements.

Let’s Work Together

Get in touch so we can help you with questions you may have about volunteering with In God's Hand in Romania and Ukraine.

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