How can you help the
people of Ukraine?

We’ve compiled a list of ways for anyone to play their part in aiding the Ukrainian people.

What else can you do?

Stand with UkraineThis website allows you to see real-time locations on protests and movements where you can show your support for the people of Ukraine as part of a demonstration.

Misconceptions About UkraineFor some of us, such attention towards Ukraine feels like quite a new phenomenon; make sure you know the context and history of the conflict to ensure you are as immune to propaganda and untruths as possible.
President Zelensky's TwitterThe official Twitter account of Ukraine's sixth President is regularly updated and is a good way to stay abreast of the political side of the conflict.

Live UpdatesUkraine World is a hugely detailed website that is full of important information on the country, both before and after the breakout of the current conflict. They also produce a daily podcast, laying out the developments of the day.
Olga Tokariuk's TwitterAn independent journalist working in Ukraine, Olga Tokariuk is a fantastic source of information and live updates of the current conflict.

Where can you donate?

Disasters & Emergencies CommitteeThe DEC is a collection of  15 UK aid charities that is able to rapidly raise funds at times of crisis overseas.

People In NeedThis is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation. It is founded on the ideals of humanism, freedom, equality and solidarity and, as such, have set up an emergency appeal for the people of Ukraine.
Razom for UkraineRazom, “together” in Ukrainian, is a volunteer charity organisation that was originally founded in 2014 to support Ukrainians after the annexation of Crimea

Disasters & Emergencies CommitteeThis group is running a welcome site at the Ukrainian border with Poland; facilitating the influx of refugees to Poland by paying for flights and trains to relocate anyone who can’t find housing.

Where can you donate?

Disasters & Emergencies CommitteeThe DEC is a collection of  15 UK aid charities that is able to rapidly raise funds at times of crisis overseas.

People In NeedThis is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation. It is founded on the ideals of humanism, freedom, equality and solidarity and, as such, have set up an emergency appeal for the people of Ukraine.
Razom for UkraineRazom, “together” in Ukrainian, is a volunteer charity organisation that was originally founded in 2014 to support Ukrainians after the annexation of Crimea

Disasters & Emergencies CommitteeThis group is running a welcome site at the Ukrainian border with Poland; facilitating the influx of refugees to Poland by paying for flights and trains to relocate anyone who can’t find housing.

What else can you do?

Stand with UkraineThis website allows you to see real-time locations on protests and movements where you can show your support for the people of Ukraine as part of a demonstration.

Misconceptions About UkraineFor some of us, such attention towards Ukraine feels like quite a new phenomenon; make sure you know the context and history of the conflict to ensure you are as immune to propaganda and untruths as possible.
President Zelensky's TwitterThe official Twitter account of Ukraine's sixth President is regularly updated and is a good way to stay abreast of the political side of the conflict.

Live UpdatesUkraine World is a hugely detailed website that is full of important information on the country, both before and after the breakout of the current conflict. They also produce a daily podcast, laying out the developments of the day.
Olga Tokariuk's TwitterAn independent journalist working in Ukraine, Olga Tokariuk is a fantastic source of information and live updates of the current conflict.