How to help Ukraine and its people stand against Putin and the Russian attack

Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, has ordered a military attack that continues to claim the lives of innocent and peaceful Ukrainian citizens.

The situation in Ukraine is dire and urgent, which is why we must commit to helping Ukrainian non-profits and charities conduct relief efforts. One of the most effective ways to help Ukraine and its citizens is donating to Ukrainian relief and humanitarian efforts. Right now, the people of Ukraine are facing an unprecedented attack on their country, freedoms, and families. Please consider donating anything you can to the following Ukrainian non-profits — they are counting on our support during one of the darkest hours in recent history.

For volunteers and organizations in other countries who are collecting supplies to deliver to Ukraine, this official website contains the information about what supplies are needed the most, the address of the drop-off center, and instructions for how to pack medical supplies. They are currently experiencing some connection errors since they are changing the platform – try back shortly if it doesn't connect.

We have compiled a list of trusted and verified Ukrainian non-profits who need funds to help children, families, and local citizens mitigate the violent attacks Russia has unleashed. 100% of your donation will go to local Ukrainian non-profits and relief efforts. Don’t forget to share this page with your friends, family, and social networks after donating.

If you are a business or an individual located in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, or Romania and willing to help collecting supplies that are most needed in Ukraine right now, please fill out this form. We will contact you and help to coordinate reception at the Ukrainian border. This document contains a list of supplies that are needed the most at this time.

Urgent humanitarian help for Ukraine


Razom’s Emergency Response project was created 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.

Charitable foundation "Sigma Software. Social initiative"

People in Kharkiv are struggling now because of the war. People leave their homes and need evacuation, some people don't have medicine, in some hospitals kids don't have food, etc. We are helping those people. We help volunteers in Kharkiv who’s primary goals are: help with evacuation, accommodation, food, and medicine. Please donate, people need your help NOW.

Help to defend

The National Bank of Ukraine - support Ukrainian army directly

The National Bank of Ukraine has opened a special fundraising account to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine directly. The central bank’s decision comes after the Ukrainian government imposed martial law throughout Ukraine in response to armed aggression by Russia and the renewed threat to Ukraine’s independence and territorial integrity.

Come back alive

«Come Back Alive» is Ukraine’s largest army support foundation. We are supplying thermal imagers and night vision devices, mobile surveillance systems, UAVs, mine clearance kits, and other high-precision equipment to military personnel deployed to the Joint Forces Operation in Donbas. PLEASE NOTICE: their donation payment form currency is Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH), 10USD ~ 300UAH

UKRAINE EMERGENCY AID by The Open Dialog Foundation

Attention: there is a shortage of critical non-lethal army supplies in Ukraine - body armor vests, helmets, radios, first aid kits, etc. All body armor vests that were in Ukraine have already been given to the army. One of the best ways to help right now is to support volunteers outside of Ukraine who are collecting the necessary supplies in their countries and delivering them directly to the Ukrainian volunteers at the border. If you can, please consider donating to this fundraiser in Poland. They have just delivered the first batch of critical supplies: helmets (210 pcs) and vests (70 pcs) to Ukraine. The donations are collected in Poland złoty currency, 10 USD ~ 41 zł (PLN). Your bank will do the currency conversion automatically.

Humanitarian help for Ukraine

World Central Kitchen

WCK on the ground in Poland to support families fleeing Ukraine. They are serving thousands of fresh meals to Ukrainian families fleeing home. In addition to providing meals for families in Poland, WCK has a team on their way to Romania to support Ukrainians arriving there. As the situation continues to evolve, WCK remains ready to expand our support for families in need.


UNICEF's emergency response teams and partners are ramping up efforts to deliver safe water to families in communities where water systems are barely functioning. They are providing health care, nutrition and education support where services are severely lacking or have shut down entirely. And they are focusing on protecting children from violence, exploitation and abuse in the face of increased threats of gender-based violence and the risk of harm from mines and other explosive remnants of war.

Save the Children

HOW WE'RE HELPING: Distributing essential humanitarian aid to children and their families. Delivering winter and hygiene kits. Providing cash grants to families so they can meet basic needs like food, rent and medicines. Working to help children overcome the mental and psychological impacts of conflict. Providing access to safe, inclusive, quality education.

SOS Ukraina

We will be providing humanitarian assistance including food and other forms of support to people who have to leave their homes. Our actions will help people affected by conflict, including internally displaced persons and refugees coming to Poland.

Voices of children

Charitable foundation Voices of Children helps children affected by the war in eastern Ukraine. We provide psychological and psychosocial support to help Ukrainian children overcome the consequences of armed conflict.

United Help Ukraine

In light of recent developments on Ukrainian border and escalating Russian threats to invade Ukraine, United Help Ukraine (UHU) is working to provide life-saving individual first aid kits (IFAKs containing blood-stopping bandages and tourniquets) and other emergency medical supplies to the front lines. In addition, UHU is also cooperating with other emergency response organizations to prepare humanitarian aid to civilians that might be directly affected if Russian forces attack.

Revived Soldiers Ukraine

Who We Are – Revived Soldiers Ukraine (RSU) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing aid to the people of Ukraine so that they may fulfill fundamental rights and freedoms such as right to life, right to appropriate and affordable medical care, freedom of belief and freedom for an adequate standard of living. Our Vision – To provide medical aid and sustainable living standards to soldiers of Ukraine and members of their families as well as to those people who suffered and were affected by military conflict in ATO zone (anti-terrorist operation in Eastern Ukraine).


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