Support Ukraine in the face of Russian military aggression.
The Foundation stands with the Ukrainian Armed Forces by funding defensive initiatives. They supply technology, training, and ammunition. After arriving home from the front line of defense, our troops receive support with sports rehabilitation and the development of veteran-run businesses.
An official fundraising account for supporting the Armed Forces of Ukraine. All collected funds are directed to enhance Ukraine's defense capability: weapons, equipment, food, medicine, and other supplies.
The UACC is procuring and shipping helmets and body armor to Ukraine in bulk quantities. They partner with Come Back Alive, licensed by the Department of State and Defense.
Nova Ukraine provides humanitarian aid to vulnerable groups and individuals in Ukraine and raises awareness about Ukraine in the US and throughout the world.
United Help Ukraine is working to provide life-saving individual first aid kits and other emergency medical supplies to the front lines. We cooperate with other emergency response organizations to prepare humanitarian aid for civilians directly affected by the Russian attack.
Revived Soldiers Ukraine is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing aid to the people of Ukraine in support of their fundamental human rights and medical rehabilitation of Ukrainian soldiers.
Razom is a diverse community of volunteers and collaborators across the US and Ukraine. We support the people of Ukraine in their continued quest for democracy and progress. In response to war conflict, we raise funds to provide medical supplies and other humanitarian aid.
Global decentralized effort to help Ukrainians and other nations deal with the humanitarian crisis and the consequences of a brutal invasion of the Russian Federation.
This foundation has been supporting children with cancer for 10 years. They procure medicines, equipment, and arrange overseas treatment, among other things.
All funds will be used to meet the needs of hospitals and emergency medical institutions that are the first to provide assistance to the wounded and enter the struggle for the life and health of Ukrainians.
They quickly supply the essential equipment to Ukrainian soldiers in hot spots: helmets and body armor, satellite phones and tactical radio equipment, quadcopters, thermal imagers, and sights.
Charitable foundation Voices of Children helps families affected by the war in Ukraine. It provides accommodation, humanitarian, and psychological support for refugees and helps Ukrainian children and families overcome the consequences of armed conflict.
To streamline the humanitarian funds to Ukrainians affected by the war, the NBU has opened a direct account to accumulate charitable contributions for social needs in wartime.
Vostok SOS is a non-governmental organization helping to find shelter for internally displaced persons, evacuating people from the conflict zone, collecting and distributing humanitarian aid to IDPs in Kyiv, delivering humanitarian aid to front-line settlements, and providing psychological first aid.
Molfar is a Ukrainian non-governmental organization that provides military equipment, technology, and medical assistance for Ukrainian soldiers on the front line of defense. They also participate in the treatment and recovery of wounded soldiers and coordinate the work of healthcare personnel: doctors at the front, surgeons, volunteers in health care institutions, and pharmacists.
Ukraine's military and civil crowdfunding with multiple initiatives. We respond to official requests and hand over critical equipment to the military: high-tech devices, weapon modification, optics, communication equipment, and ammunition. We also coordinate volunteer efforts to provide necessary medical help and support treatment and rehabilitation of injured people.
Ukrainian voluntary women's organization, emerged in 2014 with the beginning of the Russo-Ukrainian war and began its activity with mass premedical training for women, it is combination of psychological and psychiatric training. Since 2014 more than 30,000 women across Ukraine passed our training.
Lifeline Ukraine is a national, professional suicide prevention and mental health support hotline, operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Ukraine too often loses veterans to suicide, and this problem needs to be addressed. Dew to the Russian attack, we support each Ukrainian who is in need now.
Army SOS Citizen’s Initiative coordinates people’s efforts to help soldiers of Ukraine. Manages purchases of necessary ammunition, shields, intercommunication and reconnaissance facilities, uniforms, and food supply. Delivers all goods directly to the unit’s emplacement and passes them right to the hands of our warriors.
This charity provides older people across Ukraine with groceries and medicine, holds educational and entertainment events, helps with employment. They even created a modeling agency for the elderly.
It’s a charitable initiative devoted to issues of old age in Ukraine. They help lonely seniors by providing them with groceries and hygiene products.
As volunteers, they ran one of the largest aerial reconnaissance efforts in Ukraine since 2014 under their fund “Sestry Peremohy / Сестри Перемоги”. Today, they operate three full time drone teams on the front line. Since 23 February 2022, they shipped 25 drones to special forces (ССО), Central Intelligence (ГУР), artillery brigades, navy, Azov Special Operations Detachment.