The middle Road with Ukraine
The situation in Ukraine remains deeply troubling despite the country’s resilient and inspiring response to Russia’s aggression. As a platform committed to social impact, The Middle Road stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine during this challenging time. The ongoing conflict has resulted in a severe humanitarian crisis, with over 3.3 million individuals fleeing their homes to escape the ravages of war. In response to the refugee crisis, the European Union has taken swift action to aid Ukrainian refugees through the Cohesion’s Action for Refugees in Europe (CARE) initiative. Utilizing $10 billion from the Recovery Assistance for Cohesion and the Territories of Europe (REACT-EU) fund, one of the most substantial post-pandemic investment programs, the EU is providing vital assistance to those displaced by the conflict. Additionally, the commission has committed €420 million from the home affairs funds to mitigate the impact of the refugee crisis. Recognizing the urgency of the situation, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is organizing a donation drive to support Ukrainian refugees. We encourage all concerned individuals to contribute to this crucial cause through the UNHCR’s dedicated link provided. Gratitude is owed to countries such as Poland and Moldova for their compassionate response in welcoming and providing refuge to Ukrainian refugees.
Links to selected actors collecting donations to help Ukrainian refugees are below.
UN Crisis Fund here.
Save The Children here.
KYIV Independent here
National Bank of Ukraine here.
Red Cross Ukraine here.
Global Empowerment Mission here.
Global Giving here.
Moldova World Children Fund here.
World Food Programme here.
Support displaced Ukrainians in Poland here.
For those seeking additional information on reputable charities involved in helping Ukraine, CNBC and CBS offer wide and comprehensive databases of charities that can be accessed for further contributions. During this critical time, every donation, no matter how small, can make a significant difference in the lives of those affected by the conflict. Together, through our collective support, we can provide much-needed aid and hope to the people of Ukraine as they endure these challenging circumstances.
Suggested References to help people in Ukraine
- CNBC a wide and excellent database of charities here.
- CBS here.
- Global Giving
- Save the Children
- Grammarly with Ukraine here.
- Guardian here.
- EU Commission (CARE initiative and REACT-EU fund)
- National Bank of Ukraine
- Red Cross Ukraine
- Moldova World Children Fund
- World Food Programme
- KYIV Independent
- Global Empowerment Mission (Please search for their donation page on their official website)
- Internews (Please search for their donation page on their official website)