“UCCA categorically rejects Russia’s illegal occupation of Crimea and pledges to maintain this policy until Ukraine’s territorial integrity is fully restored.”


Across the United States, many of our local Ukrainian American communities will return to publicly celebrate Ukraine's Independence this August.


The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project needs to be stopped. The United States need to maintain its sanctions on Putin's pipeline and live up to the commitments made to Ukraine.

Uniting Our Community

The 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.

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.

What Issues Matter To Your Community?

  • Preserving our language & culture
  • Advocating for your community
  • Teaching our youth
  • Sharing ideas
  • Building a legacy


National Conventions


National Organizations