Support Humanitarian Aid Organizations in Ukraine
Now, more than ever, we're human first & must come together to help those displaced or suffering in Ukraine.
Here are some ways to help the people of Ukraine including recommendations from USAID, the United States Agency for International Development:
Provides emergency aid to families in Ukraine, protecting refugees and empowering them with hope and opportunity.
Distributes medical supplies and food to Ukrainian refugees and supports families who have lost soldiers to war.
Delivering essential humanitarian aid to children and their families providing immediate aid, such as food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support and cash assistance.
Supports health, nutrition, HIV prevention, education, access to safe drinking water, sanitation and protection for children and families caught in the conflict.
Actively ships essential medicines and medical supplies to affected areas in Ukraine.
Provides humanitarian relief to Ukrainians affected by the conflict.
Prepares first aid backpacks for front-line paramedics.
Provides psychological and psychosocial support to Ukrainian children affected by armed conflict.
Coordinates groups of volunteers and fundraising efforts to build a prosperous Ukraine project by project.
Provides medical aid to Ukrainian soldiers and provides support to their families.
Help support journalists at Ukraine’s English-language media outlet that provides on-the-ground, real-time coverage of Russia's invasion.
Ensures that more Ukrainian children, particularly children with disabilities, receive the necessary medical treatments and tests, such as MRI.
Deploys mobile medical teams to provide emergency and primary health services, including psychosocial services, to conflict-affected Ukrainian communities.
Provides food, water, hygiene kits, and more to Ukrainians, especially women and girls.
Supports Caritas Ukraine by providing shelter, food, and livelihood support for people who have been displaced and affected by the crisis.
Provides emergency aid to kids and their families to keep children safe.