Ukraine Needs Help, Here are ways to donate
The world is watching in horror as the Russian military pounds the Eastern European country Of Ukraine, many are eagerly looking for ways to help the people of Ukraine and can donate to a range of organizations already offering support.
An estimated 3 million people have fled Ukraine for neighboring countries, while European Union officials predict millions more could eventually be displaced.
- Poland had taken in 1,916,445 refugees
- Romania 491,409
- Moldova 350,886
- Hungary 282,611
- Slovakia 228,844
- Russia 168,858
- Belarus 2,127
Following is a list of charities and other groups that are soliciting donations to help Ukrainians.
UNICEF. The global group devoted to safeguarding children is working to provide humanitarian supplies to families without safe water or electricity due to the conflict. Contributions can be made here.
Airbnb.org. Airbnb’s nonprofit is asking people — especially those residing in European nations near Ukraine — to sign up to provide temporary housing for Ukrainian refugees or donate to their stays. The San Francisco-based company is also pledging to shelter up to 100,000 fleeing Ukraine.
CORE. The emergency response nonprofit is on the ground in Poland, distributing hygiene kits and thermal blankets, as well as emergency cash assistance to help families resettle. Contribute here.
Project Hope. The global health and humanitarian relief organization are on the ground in and around Ukraine delivering medicines and medical supplies. It has teams in Ukraine, Poland, Moldova, and Romania. Donate here.
CARE. The international humanitarian group is providing food, water, and other items to families fleeing violence in Ukraine. Contribute here.
Doctors Without Borders. Staffers with the medical relief organization remain in Ukraine and are “seeking ways to respond to the medical and humanitarian needs as the conflict evolves.” Offer support here.
Audio from Ukraine: An extremely worrying call yesterday with an MSF staff member in #Mariupol.
People don't have water or heat.
Many elderly people can't go out/create fires to cook.
The situation keeps getting worse for hundreds of thousands of people. pic.twitter.com/LlL43VMTiS
— Doctors w/o Borders (@MSF_USA) March 9, 2022
CNN. Amid the harrowing accounts of tragedy in Ukraine, CNN’s audience has contributed more than $5.9 million to the humanitarian relief work according to Public Good, the online donation platform partnering with CNN. The help is desperately needed and greatly appreciated as aid groups scramble to care for millions of displaced Ukrainians.
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