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What is happening in Ukraine is heart-wrenching and we are all feeling a bit helpless as to what we can do in this urgent situation. We are looking for ways to help our fellow humans in their fight to protect their homes.  

Those who remain in Ukraine as well as those who are seeking refuge need our help.

Have you been asking yourselves what you can do to help the people of Ukraine? Here at Picsello we have been asking ourselves the same question. Ukrainian citizens who we work with are in our heart right now, along with all Ukranians who are suffering through this. 

Here are a few not for profit organizations who can use support as they help those in great need.

International Rescue Committee , like the Red Cross IRC helps with on-site first aid and medical services.

Voices of Children provides emergency psychological assistance to affected Ukrainian children.

Sunflower of Peace has an ongoing fundraiser to prepare first aid tactical backpacks for paramedics and doctors

United Nations World Food Programme is on the ground delivering food to people who are fleeing the violence.

World Central Chef Relief Team provides meals in Poland for incoming refugees.

Vostok-SOS hotlines open and the team is on the ground in the region helping people evacuate, providing humanitarian aid and psychosocial support.

Kyiv Independent  - fundraising to continue its coverage of cyberattacks, bombings, and ground invasions from within the conflict. This comes following the termination of the Kyiv Post which was shut down after 26 years, including the dismissal of the entire team in November. The team then launched a new media outlet, the Kyiv Independent.

NBU Special Account to Raise Funds for Ukraine’s Armed Forces After the Ukrainian government imposed martial law throughout Ukraine in response to armed aggression by Russia and the renewed threat to Ukraine’s independence and territorial integrity, the National Bank of Ukraine opened a special fundraising account to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

COME BACK ALIVE Since 2014, Come Back Alive has been supporting Ukrainian soldiers by purchasing ammunition and technical devices. They deliver all equipment directly

Razom for Ukraine donates to Tactical medical training and emergency response in Ukraine. Non-profit also organizes media campaigns.

Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA) UCCA represents interests of Ukrainians in United States of America since 1940. This 501(c)(3) currently accepts donations to be directed towards humanitarian aid to Ukraine during conflict with Russia

United Help Ukraine - US 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization distributing 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.

Revived Soldiers Ukraine - US 501(c)(3) not-for-profit supporting the medical treatment of the wounded Ukrainian soldiers. Transparent: all donations and expenses are uploaded in yearly reports to the site.

Nova Ukraine - US 501(c)(3) not-for-profit aiming to build a strong civil society, to reform educational system, and to eliminate corruption in Ukraine; it also provides humanitarian aid to vulnerable groups and individuals. Transparent: all donations and expenses are uploaded in yearly reports to the site.

RedCross Ukraine help people we get into trouble – loneliness, sickness, poverty, unemployment, loss of family links, emergency or armed conflict – may refer to the Red Cross.

Army SOS - Army SOS Citizen`s Initiative coordinates people`s efforts that manages purchases of necessary ammunition, shields, intercommunication and reconnaissance facilities, uniforms and food supply; delivers all goods directly to the unit`s emplacement and pass them right to the hands of our warriors.

Ukraine Global Scholars Emergency Funds - Ukraine Global Scholars (UGS) is a non-profit organization that has helped 143 Ukrainian high school students from modest backgrounds receive $37+ million in scholarships to top global boarding schools and colleges. In exchange, students commit to return to Ukraine for 5 years to rebuild the country. 

Doctors Without Borders is working to set up emergency response activities in Poland, Moldova, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. In the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, medical kits have been distributed to treat wounded people and telemedicine training for trauma care has been shared with 30 surgeons from eastern Ukraine.

Hospitallers seeking donations in order to provide on-site medical care and trauma kits to medical professionals.

UNICEF supported child protection mobile teams that are helping children with psychosocial care, mental health support, and protection services 

USA for UNHCR - Providing emergency services and tarps to protect displaced families from inclement weather. They also provide cash assistance to vulnerable refugee families living outside of camps

How To Make Sure A Charity Organization Is Providing Relief

Please always check how nonprofits and charity organizations are delivering aid by visiting Charity navigator or Give Well

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