How you can help Ukraine?
Donate funds to support the Ukrainians in this fight and encourage your family, friends, and networks to do so
Support the Armed Forces of Ukraine:
The charity organization that has effectively raised over USD 21.5 million for the army and humanitarian needs since the beginning of Russian aggression in 2014. Charity is a transparent and trustworthy organization, one of the most efficient of its kind in Ukraine.
All funds accumulated on this account will be used solely to procure supplies and other support the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The initiative was established to coordinate efforts to assist servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the National Guard, and volunteer battalions to restore the combat capability of the Army of Ukraine.
Ukrainian volunteer medical battalion, countering Russian military intervention in Ukraine since 2014. They provide first aid and evacuate wounded Ukrainian soldiers from the war zone. Their slogan is “For the sake of every life!”.
Serhii Prytula has been volunteering for the Ukrainian army since 2014. He first helped with equipment, armour, food. Later, he began to provide units with high-precision equipment, drones, and equipment for command positions. And since February 2022, due to a full-scale Russian offensive, Serhii Prytula used the resources of his Foundation to help the military.
Charity account for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Purposes of costs transfer should be marked as «charity», «support the Armed Forces of Ukraine». The account was established to receive transfers from international partners and donors in both foreign currency (U.S. dollars, euros) and hryvnias.
This is an official portal for those who want to provide humanitarian or financial assistance to people of Ukraine, businesses, or the government at the times of resistance against the Russian aggression. Anyone willing to support Ukraine can access here the information on how to do it. The website was developed jointly by the Office of the President of Ukraine and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
A charitable non-governmental organization that takes a comprehensive approach to the problem of orphanhood, working not only with consequences, but also on prevention – by supporting vulnerable families. During the war, the organization helps to evacuate children who have lost their families abroad, in accordance with the law.
A platform that brings together all volunteer and state initiatives for humanitarian aid at times of war.
The nonprofit organization dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine and raising awareness about Ukraine in the United States as well as in the rest of the world. Through your generous donations, we fund a variety of efforts to help the people of Ukraine and to strengthen Ukraine’s democratic society.
The non-profit Ukrainian-American human rights organization established to support the people of Ukraine in their pursuit of a democratic society with dignity, justice, and human and civil rights for all. Razom, together with about 20 orgs, has created a trusted corridor from the US to Ukraine for the delivery of life-saving supplies.
This is a group of Ukrainian activists from Boston and New England on a mission to provide urgent, life-saving resources to Ukrainian people who are protecting their country from the Russian invasion.
Serhii Prytula has been volunteering for the Ukrainian army since 2014. He first helped with equipment, armor, food. Later, he began to provide units with high-precision equipment, drones, and equipment for command positions. And since February 2022, due to a full-scale Russian offensive, Serhii Prytula used the resources of his Foundation to help the military, transport food, medicines, children’s clothes, food for animals to Ukraine, receive humanitarian aid.
Caritas Ukraine helps people who have suffered from Russian aggression. All Caritas regional offices, except those in active hostilities, work to assist internally displaced persons (IDPs) and vulnerable people. Learn more about our work and support people.
A Polish organisation which has been active for a long time in eastern Ukraine.
Ukrainian animal rights organisation that helps animals during the war in Ukraine.
Support of the Ukrainian Culture:
Support independent scene performing artists staying in Ukraine during the time of war.
An initiative of Ukrainian artists to unite and help
In response to the ongoing full-scale war against Ukraine, organizers are launching a program to support the communities of independent art and culture in Ukraine.
The task of this organosation is to ensure the continuity and development of the Ukrainian cultural process during the war.
The NGO Docudays and Docudays UA festival team has initiated a fund to support Ukrainian filmmakers who are bravely and daringly documenting the events of the war in Ukraine right now: recording war crimes, filming footage for the international media and for their future films which will later give the world a more in-depth perspective on the situation in our country.
Since the first days of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, the Kyiv Biennial has launched the Emergency Support Initiative for the members of the artistic and cultural community in Ukraine finding themselves in need. Its main goal is to support people remaining in the country and to provide them with immediate financial relief under the conditions of occupation and/or relocation.
- Museum Crisis Center
The Museum Crisis Center aims to provide financial, organizational and human support to small regional museums and their teams during the wartime crisis.
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Rapid response to war, protection of museum collections, documentation of losses, coordination with other initiatives, humanitarian aid.
Following the war in Ukraine and after receiving calls and messages from colleagues from across Europe asking how they can support their Ukrainian colleagues, NEMO started collecting and monitoring support activities and initiatives organised by museums for Ukrainian colleagues and citizens.
The initiative of Olha Bekenshtein (founder Am I Jazz? festival) who joined the movement #StandWithUkraine to support Ukrainian musicians and their families.