This organization has several humanitarian efforts, including Heart2Heart, which assembles and delivers aid packages to Ukraine. Their mission is to provide humanitarian aid to vulnerable groups and individuals in Ukraine, raise awareness, and support Ukraine in its effort to build a strong civil society, to reform its educational system, and to eliminate corruption.
United Help Ukraine
This organization receives and distributes donations, food and medical supplies to Ukrainian IDPs (internally displaced people), people of Ukraine affected by Russia’s invasion into Eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, families of wounded or killed for freedom and independence of Ukraine. Their activities focus on fund-raising events, raising awareness of the crisis in Ukraine by engaging individuals, organizations, private and government institutions, and media in the U.S.
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
The IRC is working with local partners to provide emergency assistance to Ukrainians, including evacuation efforts, food, supplies, cash assistance, a mental health hotline and critical information regarding housing, refugee and employment rights.
Global Empowerment Mission Inc
GEM arrived in Ukraine on day two of the invasion and have provided housing, relocation assistance and critical aid supplies.
Revived Soldiers Ukraine
This organization funds medication and medical supplies for field and army hospitals at the front lines of eastern Ukraine. Revived Soldiers Ukraine was founded in 2016 and has since brought 50 wounded Ukrainian soldiers to U.S. hospitals for care. Revived Soldiers Ukraine is moving to open Next Step Ukraine, the first neurorehabilitation center in Ukraine for people with brain and spinal cord injuries.
Direct Relief is a recognized international partner of Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and helps provide critical medical aid, including trauma kits, cancer drugs, insulin, antidotes used in chemical attacks, and more. Direct Relief has also provided more than $15 million in financial assistance, including $10 million in direct cash aid, to help Ukrainian refugees in Poland obtain medications at no cost.
CARE is working with various partner organizations in Ukraine, Poland, Romania, and Slovenia to provide critical aid supplies, cash assistance and psychosocial support, including programs that support women and other marginalized groups.
Americares will continue to support health facilities in Ukraine with funding and shipments of critical medicines and supplies. For organizations in Poland, Romania and Slovakia meeting the needs of refugees from Ukraine, Americares will continue its support and plans to provide training in mental health and psychosocial skills to increase the capacity of local organizations to meet the increasing demand for these services.