Join us for a traditional Ukrainian dinner at the newly-founded Ukraine House in Washington DC to raise funds for humanitarian supplies for Ukrainian internally displaced persons (IDPs). Learn more about our ongoing efforts here.
Everyone in the extended Peace Corps community is welcome, so bring a date for a good cause! We encourage guests to wear traditional Ukrainian attire or flag colors to the event.
MENU: Your ticket will include hors d' oeuvres, two vouchers for wine, non-alcoholic drinks, and a full traditional Ukrainian meal. Vegetarian options will be available. Guests may also bring their own food or alcohol. Doors open at 4:00pm, dinner is served at 5:00pm.
- Live music
- DIY flower crown (vinok) station
- Learn Ukrainian workshop
- 30 Years of Peace Corps Ukraine slide show
- Chalk map (weather dependent)
- 50/50 raffle
- Presentations from Ukraine RPCVs
- Surprise Guest Speakers
This event is organized by the country affiliate group, Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Alliance for Ukraine (RPCV-AUA), with help and support from the regional affiliate group, Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Washington DC (RPCV/W).
COVID protocols: This event is both indoors and outdoors (weather dependent) and open to all participants. Guests are not required to wear masks, but may do so at their own comfort level.
Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, RPCV/W will host three types of events: events open to all participants, events open to fully vaccinated participants, and virtual events, in addition to abiding by CDC recommendations and guidelines. If you are not vaccinated due to medical or religious reasons, we welcome you to continue to attend our virtual events. If you've recently been exposed, please follow CDC and local guidelines. RPCV/W aims to create an inclusive space for all RPCVs. If you feel like we are not living up to that standard, please connect with us through [email protected]
CONTACT: If you have any questions about this event, please reach out to [email protected] with the subject line "Benefit Dinner".