Ukrainian Congress Committee


The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Inc. (UCCA), is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization as defined under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, that has represented the interests of America's
ethnic Ukrainians since 1940.

It is supported by over 70 branch organizations throughout the United States, the Boston Branch counts as one of these.  Each branch is formed and sustained by volunteer local boards, representatives of local organizations
and members at large. The UCCA national headquarters is located in New York City and its public relations office, the Ukrainian National Information Service (UNIS) is situated in our nation's capital. The organization strives to keep its membership base broad and functions as an umbrella organization, helping coordinating efforts that serve the Ukrainian community.
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Local Branch YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXS0eg0-Hj6Y_WHQsYhhsAw
National Office Website:                    http://www.ucca.org/

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Board of Directors for UCCA, Boston Branch

V. Petriv.............................President
P. Rabchenuk....................Vice-President, External Affairs
L. Gentek...........................Vice-President, Cultural Affairs
M.Saxe..............................English Secretary and Treasurer
L. Demchyk.......................Ukrainian Secretary
O. Nalysnyk……………...Social Media Advisor
R. Bokhenik……………...Video and Technical Advisor
Mr&Mrs Bokhenik, Y. Onychkiv, P. Libby.......Organizational Coordinators
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UCCA Annual Dues
The UCCA's annual dues to the Ukrainian National Fund (UNF) are as follows:

Regular membership $50
Senior citizen $30
Student $25

 


Ukrainian Immigrant Community Open House

St Andrew's Hall
June 29 11am-4pm.

UKRAINIAN CULTURAL EXHIBIT

Friday June 7, 2024
11am-2pm
Salem State University 
Ellison Campus Center,

This Ukrainian American Life

June 12
7:30pm Concert
Vira & Friends
Lexington MA

Children's Day

Sunday June 2
noon
146 Forest Hills St.
Jamaica Plain, Boston MA
Ridna Shkola

Taste of Freedom

Boston Movie
Premiere
May 22, 2024 7 p.m.

Vyshyvanka Day

Magazine Launch
Thurs. May 16,
6:30 PM

Stand With Ukraine Rally

Feb. 24 2024 3:30pm
Protect the Light of Freedom

Why the US must
support Ukraine
with Aid 12/08/2023
Boston Globe - Opinion
Stephen F. Lynch
US Rep. from Mass.


A Holodomor Exhibit at the Victims of Communism Museum in Washington D.C. is open to  the public.


Holodomor Petition
Now is the Time
to Advocate that the
United States
recognize
the Holodomor as Genocide.


Ways to Help Ukraine



Why the US must
support Ukraine
with Aid 12/08/2023
Boston Globe - Opinion
Stephen F. Lynch
US Rep. from Mass.

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Petition: Revoke Walter Duranty Pulitzer Prize

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