Health & Safety The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine will outlast the war. We intend to limit its spread.

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Every day, Ukrainians face numerous risks to their health and safety as a result of Russia’s unprovoked war.

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Missile + Drone Attacks

Persistent missile and drone attacks on critical civilian infrastructure is leaving millions of people without heat, water or electricity for days at a time.

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Planted Mine Dangers

Purposeful mining of de-occupied territories prevents hundreds of thousands of families from returning to their homes, and all but guarantees physical harm to thousands of individuals who come across the unexploded ordinances.

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Infrastructure Destruction

Ongoing fighting, with indiscriminate shelling of schools and maternity wards, continues to take its toll on the mental health of the nation’s men, women, and children.

Learn more about the humanitarian emergency in Ukraine, our ongoing impact, and our continued efforts to aid the people of Ukraine through our charity.

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"The devastating energy crisis, the deepening mental health emergency, constraints on humanitarian access, and the risk of viral infections… Put simply, this winter will be about survival [for the people of Ukraine]."

— Dr. Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe

Ukrainian Casualties From the War


After only nine months of Russia’s unprovoked war, international organizations estimated the true number of Ukrainian casualties (civilian and military) to be over the hundred-thousand mark. These figures only account for the physical injuries and deaths resulting from the war.

Casualties are just one metric of the pain and suffering caused by this war. Over 40 million Ukrainians survive but are forever changed. This is a devastating humanitarian crisis, and it affects us all.
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Our Goals

Combat the Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine


Meet or exceed the basic survival needs of all Ukrainians in-country: shelter, warmth, food.

How we get there:


Improve the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of Ukrainian men, women, and children affected by the war.

How we get there:


See Other Ways We’re Supporting Ukraine

Economic Resilience

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More than 1 in 3 Ukrainians are unemployed as a result of Russia’s unprovoked war.

Truth & Advocacy

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As of January 2023, over 1,377 Ukrainian children have been killed or injured as a result of Russia’s full-scale war.
As of 25 November 2022, at least 13,075 Ukrainian children have been killed, injured, forcibly deported into Russian territory or have otherwise gone missing.
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Women & Children
Pro bono consulting and financial support for local enterpreneurs
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Servicemembers & Veterans
Witness testimony documentation and advocacy
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Entrepreneurs & Catalysts