Resources to Help People in Ukraine

Sharing resources for organizations providing assistance to Ukraine and Ukrainian people.

The Ukraine Crisis Media Center has a list of links on their website:
https://uacrisis.org/en/help-ukraine

Euromaidan Press has updated their page on verified organizations helping the Ukrainian army that accept donations from abroad:
https://euromaidanpress.com/…/verified-ways-to-help…/

The National Bank of Ukraine has opened a current account for the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine for humanitarian purposes:
https://bank.gov.ua/en/news/all/natsionalniy-bank-vidkriv-rahunok-dlya-gumanitarnoyi-dopomogi-ukrayintsyam-postrajdalim-vid-rosiyskoyi-agresiyi

Additional places to support people in Ukraine:

The Voices of Children Foundation: A charity providing psychological support to children with war trauma

 

Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, Inc (UNWLA) is collecting funds for humanitarian aid to be sent to Ukraine for food, clothing, shelter, medicines and medical supplies, as well as to military hospitals throughout Ukraine to purchase medical equipment and supplies to address the needs of the wounded .

 

Ukrainian American Veterans 32 Veterans Humanitarian Fund to help pay for rehabilitation equipment or services for soldiers in Ukraine who have lost limbs in military service.

 

United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Inc. (UUARC) is raising funds to provide humanitarian aid to the victims of war in Ukraine after further invasion of Russia onto Ukrainian soil and conflict escalation.

 

The Fight for Rights organization is working to help Ukrainians with disabilities to remain safely in Ukraine.

 

Razom – a diverse group of individuals and partnering organizations across the US, Europe, and Ukraine – have been urgently working to establish highly efficient procurement, logistics, and distribution channels. Fundraising organization working together with others to collect and deliver humanitarian goods across the Ukrainian border.

 

BIPOC & Slavic Ukrainian Refugees Resources: Disabled Ukrainians  A linktree list of resources for BIPOC and Slavic Ukrainian Refugees compiled by Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon, writerand @PennHistory Ph.D. student, Race and Blackness in USSR & GDR 

 

United Help Ukraine provides medical aid and humanitarian relief to people in Ukraine.

 

I will continue to update as I hear about more links. Please let me know if there are other organizations that I should add to the list.

 

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Valya Dudycz Lupescu has been making magic with food and words for more than 20 years, incorporating folklore from her Ukrainian heritage with practices that honor the Earth. She’s a writer, content developer, instructor, and mother of three teenagers. Valya is the author of THE SILENCE OF TREES and the founding editor of CONCLAVE: A Journal of Character. Along with Stephen H. Segal, she is the co-author of FORKING GOOD: An Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of The Good Place and GEEK PARENTING: What Joffrey, Jor-El, Maleficent, and the McFlys Teach Us about Raising a Family (Quirk Books), and co-founder of the Wyrd Words storytelling laboratory. Valya earned her MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her poetry and prose have been published in anthologies and magazines that include, The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, Kenyon Review, Culture, Gargoyle Magazine, Gone Lawn, Strange Horizons, Mythic Delirium. You can find her on Twitter @valya.

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