Charities for Ukraine 

The middle Road with Ukraine 

The situation in Ukraine remains grim despite Ukraine’s spirited and inspiring response to Russia’s attack. The middle Road stands firmly with the people of Ukraine. The humanitarian crisis worsens in Ukraine, with more than 3.3 million fleeing the war. The European Union has been swift in its response to help Ukrainian refugees through the Cohesion’s Action for Refugees in Europe (CARE). EU uses the $10 billion under the Recovery Assistance for Cohesion and the Territories of Europe (REACT-EU) fund, one of the most extensive post-pandemic fund investment programs. Further, the commission has agreed to use €420 million under the home affairs funds for mitigating the refugee crisis. UNHCR is organizing a donation drive for helping Ukrainian refugees. Kindly donate through the UNHCR link here.  Special thanks to Poland and Moldova for welcoming Ukrainian refugees. 

Links to selected actors collecting donations to help Ukrainian refugees are below. 

UNICEF here

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

Internews here

World Food Programme here.

Support displaced Ukrainians in Poland here.

 

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.

 

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