Want to help the people in Ukraine?
Below is a list of some of the organisations helping people in the region. These organisations are either working to help on the ground in Ukraine (and helping Ukraine refugees), or are assisting partner organisations that work in Ukraine.
Caritas since 2014, Caritas Ukraine has helped nearly a million people affected by the humanitarian crisis. Focus on the most vulnerable people, such as the elderly and children. Tearfund its partners are responding to the needs of Ukrainian refugees who have crossed the borders and for those who remain.
CWS is supporting ACT Alliance members in Ukraine and neighbouring countries. ACT members are distributing food, water, hygiene supplies and blankets as well as cups of tea for people approaching the border with Hungary.
World Vision is preparing to support refugees in Romania and developing options for working with partners in Ukraine.
Red Cross has teams in Ukraine who will work to repair vital infrastructure, support health facilities with medicines and equipment and support families with food and hygiene items.
Unicef in Ukraine is repairing schools damaged by the bombings and supporting children affected by the conflict.
Save the Children distributing kits, providing cash grants to families. Supporting children to overcome the mental and psychological impact of the conflict.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees provides support to help ensure that Ukrainians forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe.
Doctors Without Borders working to set up emergency response activities in the country people have fled to, dispatching teams to Poland, Moldova, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia. Teams are ready to respond in Russia and Belarus.
United Help Ukraine will use donations to help provide medical supplies and humanitarian aid, while also raising awareness of the conflict.
Voices Of Children is a charity providing psychological and psychosocial support to children affected by war in eastern Ukraine.
CARE provide immediate aid including food, water, hygiene kits, support services and direct cash assistance, will prioritize women and girls, families, and the elderly.