Caritas, UNICEF, ICRC, The Doctorswithourborders, UNHCR but also many individuals help Ukrainians
Life often suddenly turns in the wrong direction and most often when people have the least hope. We are all Ukraine and we can all be Ukraine. “Slava Ukraine” (Glory to Ukraine)
Any person can make a donation using links on websites or social media sites. The following is a list of several international humanitarian organizations to which monetary donations can be sent to the Ukrainian people and refugees:
We join the emergency appeal to support
with providing people with food, drinking water, accommodation, hygiene kits, and safe passage for the vulnerable in #Ukraine trying to reach their loved ones and safe areas. For donations: https://caritas.org/ukraine-appeal-22/
It provides food, health care, HIV prevention, education, safe drinking water, sanitation and protection for children and families affected by the war in Ukraine.
“Artillery fire along the line of conflict has already damaged critical water supply infrastructure in recent days, as have many educational institutions,” UNICEF Executive Director Catherine M. Russel said in a statement.
Doctors without borders
This organization conducts a series of activities in Ukraine in working with local volunteers, organizations, health workers and authorities to provide Ukrainians with access to health care and medicines.
ICRC (International Comittee of the Red Cross)
based in Switzerland, it helps all those affected by the conflict in Ukraine and supports the work of the Ukrainian Red Cross. The International Federation of Red Cross Societies cooperates with the humanitarian organization Red Crescent and the International Committee of the Red Cross.
The ICRC has been working in Ukraine since 2014. Our operations in the country are among the ten largest ICRC operations worldwide with a team of over 600 staff members. Working closely with the Ukrainian Red Cross Society, we are increasing our response to the humanitarian needs in Ukraine. Our support to people includes emergency assistance such as food, water, and other essential items. We also support hospitals and primary healthcare facilities with medical equipment and emergency preparedness. We repair water stations and support households to rehabilitate their damaged homes. We also help families separated by the conflict reconnect.
For more information, please contact:
Florian SERIEX, ICRC, Geneva (English, French),
+41 79 574 06 36 email@example.com
Ewan WATSON, ICRC, Geneva (English, French),
+41 79 244 64 70 firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit our website: www.icrc.org
To preview and download the latest ICRC video footage in broadcast quality, go to
To find out what the ICRC is doing to put an end to attacks on health workers and patients, go to
Follow the ICRC on facebook.com/icrc and twitter.com/icrc
Provides emergency assistance to families in Ukraine (for example, financial assistance, relocation opportunities to the United States, etc.).
“UNHCR is working with the authorities, the United Nations and other partners in Ukraine and is ready to provide humanitarian assistance wherever it is needed,” the agency said in a statement.