House of Representatives passed H.R. 8053 The Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act on April 20, 2024 and
The bill totals $60.84 billion to address the conflict in Ukraine and assist US regional partners as they counter Russia, $23.2 billion of which will be used for replenishment of U.S. weapons, stocks, and facilities. 

2024 Ukrainian Action Summit

April 12-16, 2024

Capitol Hill, Washington DC

Six of HTX4Ukraine volunteers, in their capacity as private citizens, joined 30 other proud Texans, representing 19 congressional districts, who went to Capitol Hill in mid April 2024 to advocate for the urgent need to pass Supplemental Funding for Ukraine as a key to our longterm National Security here in the United States. Texas delegation held meetings with ~30 congressional offices engaging with elected officials on both side of the aisle.

How to find your local elected official?

Please call our Texas Senator:

Also contact your House Representatives as they interact more with local communities.  You can find out who is your representative HERE or survey the congressional districts throughout Texas, some have recently been updated.

Your voice matters!
Use it to keep America Safe by Helping Ukraine Win!

General Requests

You don't have to be a citizen to be considered a constituent and to be able to reach out to your representative or a senator!

Outstanding Legislation to Advocate for

Condemning the illegal abduction of children from Ukraine


H.R. 506    Holding Accountable Russian Mercenaries Act or the HARM Act (more info about the bill)

S. 416    Holding Accountable Russian Mercenaries Act or the HARM Act (more info about the bill)

Recognize Russia’s Actions in Ukraine As Genocide 

H.Res 154 (more information about the bill)

S. Res 72 (more information about the bill)
January 31, 2024 Helsinki Commission Hearing on Eyewitness Ukrainian Civilians Abducted by Russia: Here

With a strong bipartisan vote of 390-9, the United States House of Representatives passed Rep. Wild’s H. Res. 149, Condemning the illegal abduction and forcible transfer of children from Ukraine to the Russian Federation.

Write, call and advocate with Texas Senators Cornyn and Cruz in order to get them to co-sponsor and urge passing of the mirros resolution in teh Senate - S.Res.128.

When contacting their offices - please include a link to a free online documentary by Kyiv Independent called "UPROOTED" that tells the story of the systemic abductions and deportations of Ukrainean children by russia.

More information on the Russia Disclosure rulemaking petition

The petition is now officially registered and available on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission website. The public can now provide support/comments. Similar disclosures already exist, e.g. Conflict Minerals Disclosure and Iran Disclosure. 



1️⃣ SEND A LETTER TO THE SEC: Email a note explaining why you support the proposed Russia Disclosure to The subject line of your message MUST include the 4-784 file number for the petition. Ok to attach a PDF.


2️⃣ WRITE TO YOUR SENATORS / CONGRESS REPS (or better call them) - relevant contacts based on your address available here: Request/suggest that they:


(A) Send a letter to the SEC in support of the Russia Disclosure Petition 4-784, and


(B) Support or co-sponsor "HR7228 Reveal Risky Russia Business Act" introduced by Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-NY), or introduce their own bill 


Why is there both an SEC Petition and a Congress Act pursuing similar disclosure requirements? Good question. SEC can introduce a new disclosure requirement independent of Congress, solely based on the Petition, but it may also deny the petition and do nothing. Alternatively, US Congress can REQUIRE SEC to introduce the disclosure - that's how Conflict Minerals and Iran Business disclosures came to be. Of course, Congress requiring the disclosure in a bill would be optimal. But for now, both paths are viable and worth pursuing.


3️⃣ SHARE THIS WITH YOUR NETWORK, especially on Twitter. Tag political and civic leaders, and journalists who can help raise awareness. 

Thank you to all who have advocated!
On February 24, 2023 City of Houston suspended its Sister City relationship with tyumen, russia

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