Want to Help Ukraine? Donate to These Verified Charities

March 7, 2022

Make sure that your donations to Ukraine are used for the right purposes. Here's a list of verified charities to whom you can send your donations for the aid of Ukraine. 


Razom was founded in 2014 to help Ukrainians fight for civil rights and a better future. Their emergency response team has been sending critical medical supplies, like resuscitators, tourniquets, burn dressings, and more. They are partnering with Ukrainian and Polish warehouses to store and distribute supplies.

Revived Soldiers Ukraine

Revived Soldiers Ukraine provides medical aid and rehabilitation to Ukrainian soldiers and their families. During this crisis, they are sending ambulance vans fully equipped with medical devices to the most affected cities in Ukraine, like Kyiv and Kharkiv.

Voices of Children

Voices of Children provides psychological support to young children affected by war. Through art therapy and psychological treatment, their programs address the specific needs of kids living through armed conflict. 

Ukraine Humanitarian Fund

The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund is organized through the United Nations Crisis Relief program. This fund provides basic needs, like water, food, and shelter, to vulnerable communities in Ukraine.

Project C.U.R.E.

Project C.U.R.E. has been distributing medical supplies across 100+ countries for over three decades. Donations to this fund will help provide medical supplies and equipment to Ukrainian hospitals.

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