By E. Morgan Williams, Publisher and Editor
THE ACTION UKRAINE REPORT
Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 8,2004
HUNTINGDON VALLEY, PA - A special "Dr. James E. Mace Memorial
Holodomor Fund" has been established by the Ukrainian Federation of
America (UFA), Dr. Zenia Chernyk; Chairperson and Vera Andryczuk,
President, announced on Wednesday, April 7.
Dr. Zenia Chernyk, chairperson of the Federation's board of directors
said, "The special memorial fund to honor the life and work of Dr. James
E. Mace, will be administered as part of the program of the UFA, a
non-for-profit USA charitable and educational organization organized in
- The UFA is dedicated to the preservation of Ukrainian culture and
heritage and providing assistance to Ukraine in its drive for full democracy
as well as social and economic advancement."
"Donated funds will be used to support the Holodomor Education and
Exhibition Program in Ukraine, that Dr. Mace has been involved in,"
according to Vera Andryczuk, UFA president, "and other projects to
honor Dr. James Mace's commitment to telling the truth about the genocidal
famine in Ukraine during 1932-1933, as approved by the Federation
in consultation with Dr. Mace's wife, Natalia Dziubenko-Mace and
a special Holodomor Advisory Committee to be appointed by the UFA."
Mrs. Mace is, in her own right, an outstanding and long-time researcher
and writer about the Ukrainian Holodomor 1932-1933 (terror famine,
death by famine.) The UFA welcomes suggestions from interested
parties about the implementation of the new fund and the future programs
it will undertake.
Donations to the "Dr. James E. Mace Memorial Holodomor Fund" can
be made by making out a check or other financial instrument to the
Ukrainian Federation of America, in US dollars, designating the donation
for the "Dr. James E. Mace Memorial Holodomor Fund," and mailing the
Dr. Zenia Chernyk, Chairperson
Ukrainian Federation of America (UFA)
930 Henrietta Avenue
Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania 19006-8502