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Give Donations for Ukrainian Military and Humanitarian Needs
President Zelensky authorized a website for donors to have direct access and transparency of the government's effort to provide much needed supplies and humanitarian effort for Ukraine. You are encouraged to donate directly to this site.
UCCA - Ukrainian Congress Committee of America has launched a nationwide fundraising campaign to support our brethren in Ukraine. UCCA's CAU/RODU reached out to AICM-Ukraine Foundation (Association International de Cooperation Medicine) to begin provisions of vital humanitarian aid to Ukraine and their front-line defenders. AICM-Ukraine, under the coordination of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has secured warehouses in several oblasts in the east, south and north of Ukraine
#SupportUkraine Humanitarian Effort to earmark your donations for the purchase of WHO-standard NCDK Medical Kits and WHO-standard IEHK or TESK pharmaceutical kits. Checks can be sent to UCCA, 203 Second Ave, New York, NY 10003
In partnership with the global community Revived Soldiers Ukraine works to promote awareness as to human rights and freedoms while delivering humanitarian aid to those in need.
This non-profit organization is dedicated to providing aid to the people of Ukraine so that they may fulfill fundamental rights and freedoms such as right to life, right to appropriate and affordable medical care, freedom of belief and freedom for an adequate standard of living.
Come Back Alive's mission is to provide technology, training, and ammunition for the Ukrainian defenders to save lives and protect Ukraine. The organization became the first charitable foundation in the history of Ukraine that received a license to purchase dual-use and military goods, including lethal weapons, from abroad.
Come Back Alive conducts training to provide our troops with the most comprehensive skill set possible. Since 2015, they have introduced courses for combat medics, artillerymen, snipers, EOD specialists, and defense analysts. They also provide rehabilitation through sports available to the servicemen upon returning home from the front line.
UCU continues to be a hub of relief efforts in Lviv. Your contributions to the Ukraine Emergency Fund go directly towards aiding those Ukrainians suffering during the war.
With the generosity of UCU Foundation supporters, $550,000 has already been put into actionable use for the University’s emergency relief and humanitarian efforts.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has created “The International Legion of Defense of Ukraine.” Visa requirements are cancelled and experience is helpful. Join the Legion and help us defend Ukraine, Europe and the whole world!
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