People in Need (PIN)
People in Need has mobilized extensive resources to support the population of Ukraine. PIN has adapted to new challenges and organized water delivery to people displaced by ongoing fighting in eastern Ukraine. Experienced psychologists are constantly providing psychological support to the population on our telephone hotline. People in Need will provide financial support to local NGO partners to support displaced people with water, food, hygiene, and other urgent humanitarian needs in Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia and Sviatohirsk. People in Need is assisting further by building toilets, heated tents, and providing food for children on the roads leading to border crossings to Poland. PIN is also providing aid to refugees on the borders with Romania and Slovakia.
Caritas Ukraine and Caritas-Spes are already helping thousands of internally displaced persons (IDPs) who are now desperately searching for a safe shelter, both in western Ukraine and abroad. The two Caritas organisations are providing Internally-displaced people on the move with essential information, food, drinking water and personal hygiene kits, as well as a safe and secure place to sleep, eat and wash themselves. Caritas staff and volunteers also provide safe transport for displaced families to reach their loved ones.
Depaul International is raising money for Depaul Ukraine’s life-saving work supporting homeless and displaced people.
We are currently on the front line supporting the homeless in Ukraine monitoring and responding to the ever changing context. Following the 2014 invasion, we worked around the clock to help displaced people with emergency shelter, food and medical supplies.
Ukrainian Red Cross Society
As the security situation allows, the ICRC is responding to urgent humanitarian needs and must be able to continue their life saving work. ICRC water engineers and doctors aim to help more than 3 million people access clean water and improve the living conditions of more than 66,000 whose homes have been damaged by heavy fighting.
The International Committee of the Red Cross - together with its partners in the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement – remains active in Ukraine, saving and protecting the lives of victims of armed conflict and violence. Our neutral and impartial humanitarian action supports the most vulnerable people: humanitarian needs are enormous, but together we can address them. Your donation will make a huge difference to families in need right now