How to Support Ukraine Relief Efforts
We share the world’s concern for Ukraine and support humanitarian relief efforts in the region. ISAP stands for peace, compassion, international education and a globally connected world.
If you wish to support people impacted by the war in Ukraine, consider donating to these reputable organizations.
The Red Cross works around the world helping people affected by conflict and armed violence.
A volunteer charity organization that was founded in 2014 to support Ukrainians after Russia annexed Crimea.
GlobalGiving is using all donations to support humanitarian assistance to impacted communities in Ukraine, as well as the surrounding regions where refugees have fled.
UNICEF supports children and families caught in conflict in Ukraine. The agency provides educational support, psychosocial support, emergency supplies as well as access to safe water.
The refugee organization works to help evacuate regular families out of conflicted areas – including Ukraine.
In response to the crisis, Fight for Right is coordinating accessible shelter, evacuations, and emergency services–ensuring those living with disabilities aren’t left out of the humanitarian efforts.
This organization works to provide life-saving aid to children around the world, including 400,000 children “caught in the crossfire of this adult war” in Ukraine.
This relief fund allows people to give funds that will be used to provide support where it is needed most.
This program allows people to donate money, which in turn makes the UN able to deliver emergency boxes to people in Ukraine that contain enough food for a family for an entire month.
This organization has set up an emergency field hospital in the outskirts of Lviv, Ukraine. They also have a 24-hour emergency clinic at a train station in Lviv that serves as a stabilization point and triage while in southern Ukraine, they have an emergency outpatient clinic for basic medical services. They continue to provide hygiene kits, blankets, and food for refugee families and fleeing Ukranians.
They purchase and distribute essential medicines and medical supplies to clinics and temporary shelters to assist Ukranians and surrounding countries where refugees may be found. They are working with the government of Romania to import medicines and other humanitarian goods into Ukraine.
CARE International is working to assist refugees in registration for resettlement agencies. They also focus on assisting women and children.
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