Humanitarian aid to Ukraine

These are official bank accounts open by the government of Ukraine to accept donations to support the defense of its people and territorial integrity. You can support the Ukrainian Armed Forces or humanitarian assistance:

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Humanitarian aid to Ukraine

The goal of this fundraiser is to provide humanitarian aid for Ukraine and soften the impact of the crisis on the lives of ordinary people. Our volunteers and partners are ready for many possible developments and emerging challenges. We have experience delivering humanitarian relief. We can help vulnerable populations that must relocate. And in the case of a fully-diplomatic solution, we will support the restoration of civic society and normal life on territories most affected by the crisis.

Come back alive

Return Alive Foundation next to the Ukrainian military. The forefront of the Russian-Ukrainian war is not just the front. It is where the war for Ukraine is going on. In hospitals, warehouses, landfills, in the media, in offices. We supply and repair equipment, train the military and officers, help change the Armed Forces, talk about the war firsthand, and curb the flow of propaganda and disinformation. For the seventh year in a row, the fund provides the Ukrainian army with the most important thing - a tactical advantage


Army SOS Citizen`s Initiative coordinates people`s efforts to help soldiers of Ukraine. We manage purchases of necessary ammunition, shields, intercommunication and reconnaissance facilities, uniforms and food supply. We deliver all goods directly to the unit`s emplacement and pass them right to the hands of our warriors.

Support Hospitals in Ukraine

We are committed to raise $500,000 to send twenty 40-foot containers to Ukrainian hospitals in Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv and other areas in need. We continue fundraising towards next humanitarian cargo and ask for your support!

Voices of children

With your help, we give psychological and psychosocial support to children who suffered as a result of war operations.

Support army hospitals

In connection with the escalation of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, Revived Soldiers Ukraine is raising funds to buy medicine for the wounded soldiers of Ukraine. Advanced hospitals and military hospitals constantly need medicines that the state does not have a budget to buy - that's why we are coming Revived Soldiers Ukraine!

Arizae Foundation

ARIZAE is 501c3 (tax-exempt) non profit foundation urgently re-purposed to support the people of Ukraine and their current needs. No fees. No overhead. The money is wired directly and regularly to vetted groups on the ground in Ukraine to support the Ukrainians as much as possible in defending their country and supporting their people.

LGBT Military

Ukrainian LGBT Military for Equal Rights Association

International rescue committee

As Russia invades Ukraine and civilians seek safety, the IRC is preparing to rush critical aid to displaced families. Help us support families affected by the Ukraine crisis.

Sunflower of peace

Sunflower of Peace — a nonprofit organization with a mission to mobilize support and aid for Ukrainian orphans, internally displaced persons, and those most affected by the current situation by providing medical assistance and other necessities.

A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Ukraine as attacks of war put millions of lives at risk. Innocent families, women and girls, and the elderly will suffer most. CARE’s immediate crisis response aims to reach 4 million with your help.

International Medical Corps

You can help provide relief to refugees, internally displaced people and at-risk communities in Ukraine and its neighbors.

Project Hope

Project HOPE is actively shipping essential medicines and medical supplies to affected areas in Ukraine.

Kyiv independent

To deliver reliable news from Ukraine, the Kyiv Independent has brought together driven journalists, editors, photographers, videographers, managers and marketers. We are a team of 30 people from six countries based in Kyiv. We all have different backgrounds but we are united by our shared belief in independent journalism.