More than 4.3 million Ukrainians have desperately fled since Russia invaded the country and are looking for shelter abroad. Another 1.5 million are internally displaced persons who escape the fighting in Kyiv and eastern Ukraine. These numbers will grow as the Russian violence against the civilian population continues.
Choose the way you want to volunteer to help Ukraine – there are boundless opportunities from wherever you are in the world! Your time and expertise can save lives.
You can make a huge difference in the lives of those who are most vulnerable. When you host Ukrainian refugees, you can open up your home to give families the chance to feel safe and secure. Providing a space for them, especially those with children, means that they have a stable place to call home.
Help people who have fled their homes get to safe places where they can find food, shelter, and medical care. Vehicles and drivers are also needed to deliver aid to Ukraine within the country or across nearby borders.
You don’t need to travel across the world to help Ukraine fight against evil. Whether you’re based in America, Australia or elsewhere, there are opportunities to support both Ukrainian refugees and asylum seekers, as well as Ukrainian Armed Forces.
If you are concerned about the events taking place in Ukraine, push your own government to do more or take a different course of action. Write a letter to your MP requesting to vote for an upcoming issue, provide housing for refugees and financial assistance, ensure supplies of medicine and humanitarian aid, or any other urgent matter.
Provide your qualified medical assistance to the victims of Russian aggression together with Ukrainian health professionals. The help of doctors, nurses, and paramedics from all over the world is highly appreciated. Additionally, health care and psychological support are also needed abroad for Ukrainians who have fled the country.
You don’t have to be on the battlefield to join the war against Russia. Join Ukraine IT army and fight on the cyber front conducting cyberattacks and DDOS attacks to knock offline websites belonging to the Kremlin, Foreign Ministry, and Ministry of Defence. You can also help block propaganda sites and social media pages to keep fake news from spreading online. Your mission is just as important as those who are physically on the frontlines saving lives.