Ukraine needs
your help

On February 24, 2022 at 5 am,
the Russian Federation treacherously, without declaring war,
attacked the peaceful cities of Ukraine.

The first blows fell on: Kharkov, Chernihiv, Sumy, Kyiv, Zhytomyr, Dnipro, Zaporozhye, Mariupol, Kherson, Nikolaev, Odessa, Lutsk, Ivano-Frankivsk. 

Hundreds of houses, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, theaters and churches were destroyed as a result of air bombardments, hits by ballistic, cruise missiles and rocket artillery.

Thousands of people were killed, including hundreds of children. 


A humanitarian catastrophe arose already on the 2nd day of the war. In the first week of fighting, the number of refugees exceeded 1 million. These are mostly women and children. Most of the refugees went to Poland, a significant number went to Moldova, Romania, and the Czech Republic.

Civilians is forced to live for weeks in basements, subways, parking lots and other shelters, fleeing constant bombardments

However, the people who remained in Ukraine need food, medicine, and clothing. The military, police, territorial defense do not have helmets, body armor, communication and surveillance equipment.

The residents of the cities located in the zone of active hostilities suffer the most: Mariupol, Kharkiv, Kherson, Sumy, Akhtyrka, Konotop, Izyum, Volnovakha, Lisichansk, Kyiv, Irpen.

The civilian population is forced to live for weeks in basements, subways, parking lots and other shelters, fleeing constant bombardments. The wounded are taken there.

Childbirth in basements has become commonplace for Ukrainians

Doctors are forced to take births in war conditions. More than 4,000 children have been born in Ukraine since the outbreak of hostilities. Under conditions of war in Ukraine – bombings, shelling, explosions and rocket attacks – many women in labor are forced to go down to the basements of hospitals, most of which are not suitable for childbirth, and give birth there. Or risk your life going up to the operating room.

Your CAN
save the lives
of the Ukrainian soldiers and civilians!

Centralized assistance provided in Ukraine by governments of different countries is delayed due to bureaucracy and cannot be quickly delivered to those in need

In this situation, small charitable and public organizations work more efficiently, where volunteers can effectively provide logistics and deliver humanitarian and military supplies to their direct recipients in small batches.