Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is horrific. How can you help?
Donate: These organizations are dedicated to aiding the Ukrainian people get to safety and withstand the crisis.
- Mishpacha Chabad Odessa – Donations support the hundreds of Jews who are unable to evacuate the country including orphans, students, and Holocaust survivors. Preparations are also underway to absorb Jewish refugees from the surrounding regions of Kharkiv, Kiev, and Dnieper.
- People in Need – Primarily in Donetsk and Luhansk, Russian border regions, providing food, shelter, and humanitarian aid to refugees/internally displaced peoples.
- United Help Ukraine – Medical aid and humanitarian relief for the front lines.
- Sunflower of Peace – Prepares first aid medical backpacks for paramedics and doctors on the front lines, each with enough equipment to save up to ten lives.
- Nova Ukraine – Humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
- Razom for Ukraine – Donations support general welfare projects, education, and social work..
- Vostok SOS – Providing humanitarian aid, civil education, and psychosocial adaptation tools to Ukrainians in need. Their website outside their donation page is largely under maintenance, but their Facebook page is active and up to date.
- CARE – Donations will go toward providing Ukrainians with water, food, supplies, hygiene kits, and immediate cash, prioritizing aid to women, girls, families, and elderly.
- Lifeline Ukraine – Suicide prevention hotline for veterans.
- Voices of Children – Provide psychological and psychosocial services to help children overcome trauma from conflict zones.
- Kyiv Independent – Kyiv’s main English-language independent newspaper, currently reporting on the conflict live.
Learn: The following resources explain the Russia-Ukraine conflict in greater detail
- Current U.S. Policies on Ukraine – A report by Razom compiling major policy issues in Ukraine and how the U.S. has handled them. Best read on mobile.
- UkraineAlert – A series of articles and reports by the Atlantic Council on Ukraine’s conflicts, politics, crises, economy, and culture.
- Living Through Russia’s War in Donbass – Short documentary about the citizens and refugees of Ukraine living in the border region under attack by Russia.
- What does Putin want in Russia? – CNN’s analysis of the past eight years between Russia and Ukraine.
- Live updates from Ukraine – Kyiv Independent reporters liveblogging from the field,
Note: Many Ukraine-based sites are under DDoS attack as Russia tries to disrupt Ukraine’s digital infrastructure, so please be patient.