War in Ukraine: How to help
Ukrainians bravely fight for their land, their lives, standing to defend democracy, freedom, and human rights for the entire world. But they need help. Hundreds of thousands of civilians are affected by war, they do not have a safe shelter and continuously require humanitarian aid just to survive.
If you are willing to help, you can support Ukrainian people in need by donating money to trusted volunteering organizations and foundations.
Here at Skelia, we have assembled the list of the most trusted charitable organizations receiving donations from all over the world. We encourage you to support them and share this list with your friends, so more people could find information on how to donate and help Ukraine.
Due to the war, Ukraine suffers a critical shortage of medicines and medical equipment. Your donations allow the organization to purchase and deliver vital medical supplies to Ukraine. Every little bit helps and is a direct contribution to saving people’s lives.
On the eve of the full-scale invasion, the organization announced that 100 volunteer paramedics were going to join them. In eight years, the Hospitallers conducted more than 3,000 evacuations.
Razom, which means “together” in Ukrainian, is currently focused on shipping only the most urgently needed humanitarian aid that saves lives in Ukraine. These are tactical medicine, hospital supplies, communication, and other types of equipment (tech-enabled emergency response).
The organization weekly sends on average more than 70 pallets of aid to Ukraine.
Help for Army
Launched in 2014, Come Back Alive became the biggest organization providing support to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Their organization does not use funds for purchasing arms. Their mission is limited to supplying technology, training, and accouterments to protect the lives of Ukrainians and help the warriors to defend our country.
They have already supported over 100 military units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Over USD 20 million donations from 50 countries were received.