Ukrainian Congress Committee of America Long Island Chapter
Memorial Service October 29 at 1:00 pm. in Eisenhower Park
The Holodomor (Ukrainian: Голодомо́р, derived from “морити голодом” meaning “to kill by starvation”) was a man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine in 1932 and 1933 that killed millions of Ukrainians. It is also known as the Terror-Famine and Famine-Genocide in Ukraine, and sometimes referred to as the Great Famine or The Ukrainian Genocide of
Mass for the repose of the souls of millions of Ukrainians who died of an imposed starvation by Soviet Russia in Ukraine during 1932–1933 will be held at the Veterans Memorial at the Eisenhower Park in Westbury, NY.
Eisenhower Park, Parking Lot 7
East Meadow, NY 11554
After service we invite you to St. Vladimirs Parish Center for coffee and movie.
226 Uniondale Ave, Uniondale NY 11553
Malanka - New YearFollow this link to our Facebook page
UCCA invites you to join us for New Year and to celebrate Malanka.
Sunday December 31 doors opens at 8 pm
Tickets before December 1 - $130, Dec. 1 through Dec. 31 - $150, at the door - $175
Kids 14-21 $65, kids under 14 free admition.
Program include food, open bar, live music, auction.
St Vladimir's Parish Center 226 Uniondale Street Uniondale NY 11553
FOR TICKETS CALL 5167341784 | 5167547657 | 6466452586
Also you can purchase tickets by Venmo
ALL PROCEEDINGS WILL GO TO SUPPORT ARMY FORCES OF UKRAINE
Welcome to the UCCA Long Island Chapter COMMUNITY!Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA) is a non-profit, non-partisan community-based organization that has represented the interests of Ukrainians in the United States since 1940.
OUR COMMUNITY TODAY
With a National Office in New York City, a bureau in Washington, D.C. and dozens of local grassroots chapters throughout the United States, UCCA’s staff and a nationwide network of volunteers advocate in the name of over 1.5 million Americans of Ukrainian descent.
In addition to individual members, UCCA unites nearly 30 national Ukrainian-American organizations under one umbrella, the UCCA National Council, consisting of representatives of fraternal, educational, veterans, religious, cultural, social, business, and humanitarian organizations.