Organisations are already providing immediate support to those affected by the conflict in Ukraine. Others will deploy when the humanitarian needs of people in Ukraine become clearer. The following organisations are operating, or anticipate supporting work, on the ground to respond to the unfolding humanitarian crisis.
The DEC brings together 15 aid charities to raise funds at times of crisis overseas. In these times of crisis, people in life-and-death situations need help and their mission is to save, protect and rebuild lives through effective humanitarian response.
The Scouts of Ukraine, supported by the World Organisation of the Scout Movement, are mobilising to provide humanitarian support to vulnerable people in their communities.
OutRight works for the rights for LGBTIQ people. They are supporting LGBTIQ organisations preparing to receive LGBTIQ people in search of shelter, safety and security.
People in Need has supported conflict-affected populations in Ukraine through emergency food, non-food items, shelter, protection, livelihoods, WASH, medical and cash-based interventions.
International Medical Corps is responding to the conflict by expanding access to medical and mental health services for those living in affected communities.
Voices of Children helps children affected by the war in Ukraine. They provide psychological and psychosocial support to children, helping them overcome the consequences of armed conflict.
Ukraine Charity raises funds for various charitable causes in Ukraine, with a primary focus on helping underprivileged children and young adults.
CARE International UK has launched an urgent appeal to start providing emergency food, water and more to people in Ukraine, working in partnership with People in Need.
Project Hope empowers health care workers facing the world’s greatest health crises to build resilient communities and a healthier, more equitable world.
The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain #HelpUkraine Emergency Appeal is being organised by a community partnership of Ukrainian churches and organisations.
The Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal to fund its work supporting vulnerable people. The British Red Cross is part of the international Red Cross/Red Crescent movement
The IRC is on the ground in Poland and ready to respond to the needs of displaced people. Donations help the IRC provide life-saving support to families forced to flee their homes.
UNICEF UK raises funds for the work of the United Nation's Children's Fund (UNICEF) emergency and development work for children. They work to protect children’s rights.
SOS is helping to evacuate children and families to safety, providing those still in Ukraine with food and other supplies so they can stay in lockdown and providing trauma support.
Age International has over 200 staff and volunteers from local communities working in Ukraine. This team has been providing ongoing support to almost 5,000 older people.
UNHCR is the UN Refugee Agency, which seeks to provide emergency shelter, relief items and community support for those fleeing or left with damaged homes
Vostok-SOS provides comprehensive assistance to conflict-affected persons and IDPs, promoting democratic transformation and human rights values in Ukraine.
Global Giving has launched its Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund. GlobalGiving helps fellow nonprofits access the funding, tools, training, and support they need to serve their communities.
British-Ukrainian Aid supports humanitarian projects in Ukraine, offering assistance to vulnerable individuals who have been physically, mentally or socially disadvantaged.
Fighting is already having devastating consequences for the 100,000 children in 600 orphanages. Donations help protect vulnerable families and children.
Choose Love supports refugees and displaced people globally with emergency medical care, food, shelter, clothes, legal support, support for the LGBTQIA+ community and mental health.
Doctors of the World work to empower excluded people to access healthcare. Doctors of the World provide medical care, strengthen health systems and address underlying barriers to healthcare.
World Vision is on the ground in Eastern Europe preparing to meet the needs of children and families who have been forcibly displaced due to the escalating crisis.
Mercy Corps is mobilising a team to assess where help is needed. They anticipate providing emergency cash assistance and support to local organisations who know their communities best.
Action Against Hunger is an international charity committed to saving the lives of malnourished children and supporting their families to beat hunger.