How Latter-day Saints and friends are helping refugees in Lviv, Ukraine

The Lviv meeting house of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been transformed into a refugee center 

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Kym Reichart and Raphaela Hasse of Schwabmünchen, Germany, have delivered relief supplies to a chapel in Lviv, Ukraine, many times in the past two months.

The parish hall of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lviv serves not only as a collection point but, according to Reichart, a place where people “can draw strength before they continue to the border, as most refugees only stay two or three nights.”