Helping Ukraine any way we can.
We are collecting links here to help our viewers find ways to help Ukraine survive Putin's invasion and hopefully thrive again. We will be adding to this list as time goes on.
Freedom isn't free, and democracy is hard work. When they cry out for help, others must listen and assist or else they too will be under attack.
Twitter - UkraineEnglishUpdates @EnglishUkraine
Posting live updates of Russian invasion of Ukraine in English.
"We Support Independent Media in100 Countries." "Having access to reliable, accurate information in disaster situations is essential. Trustworthy media outlets and journalists can provide life-saving information to those fleeing violence and seeking shelter. Reporters and media organizations remain at risk." Twitter @Internews
UKRAINE CALLS ON FOREIGN CITIZENS TO JOIN ITS FIGHT FOR PEACE AND DEMOCRACY IN EUROPE
On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a military attack on Ukraine. In the first few days of the hostilities, the Russian army has conducted attacks on the civilian population and infrastructure. Civilians are dying each day due to Russia`s acts of aggression against Ukraine.
Ukrainians have already demonstrated their courage and strength in defending their homeland, Europe, and our common civilizational values. This is not just an invasion of Ukraine by Russia, but a start of a war against the entire Europe.
President Zelensky has created the International Legion of Ukraine, consisting of foreign citizens wishing to join the resistance against the Russian occupants and fight for global security.
Join the Legion and help us defend Ukraine, Europe and the whole world!
Razom’s Emergency Response is the SOS button that is pressed in times of need. We created this project to provide urgent help and support in face of an extreme and unforeseen situation in Ukraine. Today, the sovereign nation of Ukraine has to deal with the most horrendous and catastrophic emergency – a brutal invasion. Razom is responding to this by providing critical medical supplies and amplifying the voices of Ukrainians.
GlobalGiving makes it easy to donate to reliable, locally-led disaster relief and recovery efforts around the world. A nonprofit that supports other nonprofits by connecting them to donors and companies. Since 2002, we've helped trusted, community-led organizations from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe (and hundreds of places in between) access the tools, training, and support they need to make our world a better place.
The IRC helps people to survive, recover and rebuild their lives. Over 2 million refugees have been forced to flee Ukraine. Help the IRC send vital supplies to displaced children and families.
Medical aid where it's needed most—independent, neutral, impartial
International Medical Corps works both directly and in partnership with local organizations to increase access to medical services, child protection, and mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) for those living in areas affected by war. We work with the Ukraine Ministry of Health to help contain the spread of infectious disease, including COVID-19, providing critical infection prevention and control (IPC) training for healthcare facility staff and promoting proper hygiene among community members. These strong partnerships and our expertise in health and mental health enable our Ukraine team to adapt rapidly to changing conditions.
We urgently need your help to continue providing life-saving protection to families forced to flee their homes in Ukraine.
UNHCR has stepped up our operations and capacity in Ukraine and neighbouring countries - your support can help ensure that Ukrainians forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe
UNICEF has been working nonstop in eastern Ukraine, delivering lifesaving programs for affected children and families as fighting has taken an increasingly heavy toll on the civilian population of 3.4 million people — including 510,000 children — living in the Donbas region.
We urgently need your help to send food to families fleeing the devastating war in Ukraine.
WFP has launched an emergency operation in response to the crisis and aims to reach over 3 million people inside Ukraine. Meanwhile, we are working with UNHCR to assist 300,000 people who fled the conflict and have taken refuge outside of Ukraine’s borders. Our teams are also on the ground leading the emergency telecommunications and logistics projects on behalf of the entire United Nations.
Your support will help us reach vulnerable people as quickly as possible.
Our teams act on the frontlines of the world's most pressing emergencies, promote disability rights, provide rehabilitation, and ensure people live safely after conflict.
Support for refugees fleeing Ukraine
Airbnb.org and Airbnb are announcing that Airbnb.org will offer free, short-term housing to up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine.
These stays will be funded by Airbnb, Inc., donors to the Airbnb.org Refugee Fund, and the generosity of Hosts through Airbnb.org.
Anyone interested in opening their homes to support this effort can learn how to get involved at airbnb.org/help-Ukraine.
CORE responds immediately to support underserved communities across the globe through and beyond crisis.
CORE is on the ground in Poland supporting the immediate needs of people fleeing Ukraine in the wake of a massive humanitarian catastrophe.
World Central Kitchen serving thousands of fresh meals to Ukrainian families fleeing home as well as those who remain in the country
#ChefsForUkraine: Stories from the Ground
Nova Ukraine is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization (EIN 465335435) dedicated to raising awareness about Ukraine in the US and throughout the world and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine. We work closely with non-profits and volunteers focused on helping Ukraine. We organize fundraisers, meetings with Ukrainian celebrities, round table discussions dedicated to Ukraine and Ukrainian culture, and participate in various cultural events. Since December 2013 we have collected over $3.5M in donations.
United Help Ukraine is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. It was started in 2014, after Russian attack on Ukraine, by a small group of people who met at a protest in Washington, D.C. Most, but not all of us have a personal connection to Ukraine.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi has stated that the humanitarian consequences on civilians of this conflict will be devastating.
We urgently need your help to continue providing life-saving protection to families forced to flee their homes.
UNHCR has stepped up our operations and capacity in Ukraine and neighbouring countries. We remain firmly committed to support all affected populations in Ukraine and countries in the region.
Your support can help ensure that Ukrainians forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe.
The situation on the border of Eastern Ukraine and the escalation of hostilities has triggered an outflow of Ukrainian refugees seeking safety from the conflict. What we’re seeing unfold in Ukraine could become Europe’s biggest humanitarian emergency since 2015.
At least 7.5 million children are in grave danger of physical harm, severe emotional distress and displacement. Families forced to flee will be in urgent need of assistance with shelter, food and clean water. Whenever children are forced to flee their home, there is a risk that children will become separated from their families.
Since our founding in 1919, Save the Children has worked tirelessly to provide refugees with lifesaving assistance. Your donation today to the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund supports humanitarian programs aiming to reach 3.5 million children and their families with immediate aid and recovery.
At the end of World War II, CARE introduced the first CARE Package® for the post-war hungry, ultimately delivering 100 million of them to families around the world. For 75 years, CARE has been helping those in need around the world. Families in Ukraine are fleeing violence and urgently need emergency aid. Give now to provide food, water, and more.
Make a gift today to help send urgently-needed medical supplies, equip local health workers and provide aid to people at risk from violent conflict, COVID-19 and other health crises in places like Haiti, Indonesia and Ukraine. Make a tax‑deductible gift with your Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency.
A gift to this appeal will be used to support Project HOPE’s global emergency response, medical, educational and humanitarian assistance programs, wherever the need is greatest. Project HOPE is a 501(c)(3) not‑for‑profit organization, EIN number 53‑0242962.
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