We have collected a list of reliable organizations that can allocate your support in the areas where they are needed the most
"None of a child may be left alone with a war trauma" is the mission statement of the "Voices of Children". And we cannot agree more!
For almost 8 years this organization supports children affected by war and they are especially active during uneasy times in Ukraine.
How exactly do they help?
They give support to children who suffered as a result of war operations in the form of various programs such as art therapy, video storytelling, and individual psychological sessions.
They also help families to cope with everyday difficulties, treatment, and rehabilitation.
If you wish to contribute to their cause, you can donate here.
For more than 100 years, "Save the Children" is fighting for the rights of children around the world and since 2014 they are actively monitoring events in Ukraine.
According to their research, more than 2.5 million people have now fled Ukraine and are at risk of hunger, illness, or abuse. "Save the Children" pioneering programs address children's unique needs, giving them a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn, and protection from harm.
You can donate and get more information on their cause here.
It's a charity organization with a long history, so you can stay assured your donation goes to the right cause
IRC was founded in 1933 at the call of Albert Einstein and is now operating in more than 40 countries.
The organization is creating a long-lasting impact by providing health care, helping children learn, and empowering individuals and communities. They provide an annual report and are known for the transparency of their actions and spending.
Currently, in partnership with local organizations, IRC is mobilizing resources to provide critical aid to families fleeing the conflict in Ukraine. Your donation will go to transportation, sustainability of the safety zones, and food supplies.
You can get more info and donate here.
Since 2014, "Nova Ukraine" has been one of the largest Ukrainian aid organizations, which raised $3.5m+ for emergency aid.
The organization is working closely with other non-profit projects and civil activists to provide an immediate response to where it is needed the most.
Your donation will go to the provision of emergency resources: clothes, food, medical supplies, relocation, and more.
You can learn more and donate here.
The name "UN Office for the Coordination of Human Affairs" already speaks for itself. Founded in 1991, brings together humanitarian and social actors for mitigation and resolution of emergencies.
OCHA is taking a big part in the support of Ukraine. Right now, together with EU partners, it is collectively scaling up supplies and services to meet the massive and urgent relief and protection needs for civilians across the country.