On February 24, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion in Ukraine. Since then, millions of Ukrainians have been fleeing to neighbouring territories to seek refuge and safety. Most of them continue to post their horrific experience through videos, images, and testimonies on social media.
And as the war continues to unfold, civilians suffer from depleting resources, such as water, food, and shelter.
If you want to donate to help the people of Ukraine, we’ve listed credible organisations you can consider:
One of the first organisations you can donate to is the Ukrainian Redcross. Funds will go straight to the people on the ground and will be used to help the mobilisation of volunteers and resources. Click here to donate.
UNICEFs humanitarian efforts focuses on children’s rights, including their access to food, shelter, education, healthcare, and protection. You can contribute to UNICEF’s cause here.
The United Nations World Food Programme is consistently deploying food and water in Ukraine and its neighbouring territories. Help stock up their resources by donating here.
All funds collected by Save the Children will be used to provide kids with food, water, psychosocial support, hygiene kits, and financial assistance. Donate here.
Help people get proper medical attention by donating to Medical Teams International. Send your donations here and help MTI send crucial medical supplies and equipment to Ukraine.
Support Ukrainians by donating to the WHO Foundation, which aims to uphold their physical and mental health. The organisation’s priority is to provide resources and boost the country’s depleting health care system for civilians and refugees.
Alight is a non-profit organisation that has deployed emergency teams to help civilians meet their material and psychosocial needs.
By donating, you don’t only help Ukrainians but also the personnel task to help provide for their needs on the ground.
We can’t predict when the war will end. But we can continue to help its victims by supplying them with essential resources and urging global leaders to find a way to stop the conflict.