Consolidated information on how to help Ukraine from abroad and stay up to date

On this page, we gathered:

Overarching websites


Follow the website or Facebook page of the Ukrainian embassy in your country. – Opportunities for volunteers, hosting and helping refugees. A global decentralised effort to help Ukrainians and other nations deal with the humanitarian crisis and the consequences of a brutal invasion by the Russian Federation.

How to help Ukraine – Consolidated info on local ways to help Ukraine and be up to date. Most comprehensive list: Official funds, requests, materials (doc updated live, hourly).

Help Ukraine Center – Logistics centre for sending humanitarian and medical aid (possibility to make bank transactions inside of EU). Info how to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Ukraine, centralised warehouse to which you can send any cargo.

United for Ukraine – Legal help for refugees, finding accommodations, local info on the ways to help and Ukrainian communities per country.

Collected links on how to help and sources of information, created by a group of Ukrainians who live all over the world.




Via Ukraine-based organisations


Save Life – Charitable donation to the Ukrainian military. The Return Alive Foundation, which was helping the Ukrainian military since 2014.

Phoenix Wings – Protective ammunition and medical supplies charity. Provides the Ukrainian army with the necessary assistance in regards to the appropriate equipment & uniform, personal non-lethal protection (vests, helmets), required treatment of the wounded soldiers and acquisition the personal first aid kits, and repair of the buildings used by the army.

Ukrainian Women Veteran Movement – Advocation for equal rights for veteran women and their legal rights protection.

Hospitellers – Volunteers paramedics organisation. Help to the wounded on the battlefield, evacuation of the wounded to the hospitals, help in the rehabilitation process, transfer of the deceased to the burial site in Ukraine.

Vostok SOS – Based in Ukraine, partners with German-Swiss NGO Libereco to provide immediate evacuation support to Ukrainians attempting to flee their homes.

Voices of children – Ukraine-based aid organisation that provides psychological support to children who have witnessed war.

The Alexey Stavnitser Charity Foundation – Ukraine-based organisation that is now buying body armor for Ukrainian soldiers. – Support for children’s hospitals during the war and other humanitarian projects.


Via Ukrainian Official Institutions


Official governmental account for the Armed forces – The National Bank of Ukraine fundraising Account to Support the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Official governmental account for humanitarian aid – The National Bank of Ukraine fundraising Account for Humanitarian Assistance to Ukrainians Affected by Russia’s Aggression.

Ministry of Health of Ukraine account – Support to the Ukrainian army and doctors.


Via International Organisations


International Committee of the Red Cross – To support emergency assistance, hospitals and primary healthcare facilities with medical equipment and emergency preparedness

UNICEF – To support health, nutrition, HIV prevention, education, safe drinking water, sanitation and protection for children and families caught in the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

UNHCR – To help ensure that Ukrainians forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe.

Save the children Ukraine crisis relief – To provide children and families with immediate aid, such as food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance.

International Rescue Committee – To help people whose lives are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control over their future.

Doctors without borders – To provide necessary medical care. – Raising money to provide immediate humanitarian aid.

International medical corps – The global nonprofit, which is delivering primary health care and mental health services in eastern Ukraine.


Accommodation for Ukrainians


Host Ukrainians – Where to offer and find accommodation for Ukrainians who had to leave.


Stay up to date


Public Institutions – President of Ukraine – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine – Ministry of Defence – Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine – National Police of Ukraine – Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine – Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine


Ukrainian media


English sources of information – The Kyiv Independent is Ukraine’s English-language media outlet – Ukrainian Independent News Agency – Ukrainian newspaper online edition – Russia’s war crimes and other facts about the war


Telegram channels

Information about the current news in Ukraine in English and other languages –  in English – in German – in French – in Italian – in Spanish – in Polish