We Stand For Peace

Our hearts ache and our prayers are with the unjust and heartbreaking events occurring in Ukraine. We must come together to support the people and pray for peace.  

Until March 12th, every sale over $50 had 20% donated to charity to help the Ukrainian community.  After making a purchase on our website - www.sodanca.com - you will have the option to choose from our list of vetted charities for your donation. #SDcares 

Read more about the charities we are giving back to:

- Save The Children

We and the people of "Save the Children" are gravely concerned for children in Ukraine, Afghanistan and around the world who might be caught in the middle of armed conflict, forced to flee their homes and exposed to injury, hunger and sub-zero temperatures.
Save the Children is right now on the ground, in the U.S. and around the world, delivering essential humanitarian aid. Your donation today helps this life-saving work.

- Hearts of Hope Ukraine

A family that has created a small family-like setting for orphans who have aged out of orphanages in southern Ukraine. Their home provides shelter, food, clothing, basic life skills, academic tutoring, trade skills, discipleship, family. Donating to Hearts of Hope directly goes to support their ministry.

- Grace to Ukraine

Grace to Ukraine is currently sending financial support to Ukraine to help provide housing, transportation, food and other basic necessities to women and children fleeing the Russian war and bombing of their homes.

Samaritan's Purse

The Samaritan’s Purse team is now in the process of setting up the facility on the outskirts of Lviv. Based on recent assessments, it has been decided to increase the capacity of our Ukraine field hospital. We are planning for two operating rooms, with capacity for 14 major surgeries or 30 minor surgeries per day. There will be nearly 60 total inpatient beds, including four intensive care unit beds and four step-down beds. The emergency room can handle 100 patients per day. Additional equipment is scheduled to be flown to Poland and taken into Ukraine later this week.