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    How You Can Support Ukraine Amidst Crisis

    We Stand with Ukraine

    The Russian invasion into Ukraine continues to gain strength every day creating a humanitarian crisis that has destroyed cities and infrastructure and taken thousands of lives. More than one million people have fled the country since the war began and many more have stayed to fight for their country, their families and their freedom. The courage, strength and passion of the Ukrainian people is unmatched by their aggressors, but they need the force of the world behind them to continue to defend their lives. Let’s stand up against oppression and join the fight for independence, freedom and democracy.  

    As a global platform, GivePulse is committed to enabling everyone in the world to lift their community to new heights. Collectively, our network can encourage every person to make a difference. We have set up a fund to match 100% of our employee contributions in support in Ukraine and have created a resource list for individuals looking to offer support and for those in need of support. 

    Ways you can help

    • Donate.  See the list of resources and opportunities to donate below.
    • Use Your Voice. Send an official note to your local government or Congress with the request to support Ukraine.
    • Activate. Share resources with your network to expand support efforts.

    How to support Ukraine from home

    1. Head over to VirtualVolunteerWeek.com to participate in our volunteer opportunity and find more ways you can show your support to Ukraine.
    2. Use your voice to call your state representative to tell them you are against the war in Ukraine. Find your representative here.
    3. Sign a petition. There are a number of petitions circulating that you can sign to add support behind Ukraine. Add your name to petitions asking for NATO to enforce a no-fly zone over Ukraine, or to help Ukrainian refugees leaving the country.
    4. International Medical Corps is providing emergency care to vulnerable civilians fleeing war. Donate here.
    5. People In Need (PIN) has created a page where you can donate to the Ukraine Emergency Appeal to provide humanitarian efforts for those who have left Ukraine and individuals still inside the Ukraine border. Donate here. 
    6. The International Rescue Committee has people in Poland providing humanitarian aid to those who have left Ukraine. Donate to IRC.
    7. CARE is holding a donation to support partners on the ground, providing meals, water, hygiene kits, and more to Ukraine. Donate here. 
    8. UNICEF has been on the ground in eastern Ukraine, providing healthcare, educational support, food, and protecting families and children from violence. Donate to UNICEF. 
    9. UNHCR is on the ground in surrounding countries of Ukraine, ensuring individuals, families, and children leaving Ukraine are allowed entrance. Additionally, UNHCR is working inside of Ukraine, providing assistance and resources. Donate to their efforts.
    10. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working to set up emergency response activities in the country and dispatching teams to Poland, Moldova, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia. Teams are also ready to respond in Russia and Belarus. Donate here. 
    11. The American Friends Service Committee created a petition you can sign to Tell Congress: Say NO to military responses and invest in diplomacy, refugee protection, and international cooperation instead. Sign petition.
    12. WCK (World Central Kitchen) is serving thousands of fresh meals to Ukrainian families fleeing home as well as those who remain in the country. Donate here.
    13. GEM (Global Empowerment Movement) Bstrong will focus primarily on its relocation programs along with support of short-term vital necessities. Ukrainian Evacuees will be able to choose a country where they have family or friends that can take them in. Their Bstrong fund will be used for booking and paying for flights and trains immediately so people have an immediate place to go to. Donate here.
    14. United Way Worldwide has established the United for Ukraine Fund to support the vital work on the ground to help more than a million people who have fled the violence, looking for safety and desperate for hope. Donate here.
    15. Project HOPE is a humanitarian organization collecting donations to give directly to the hands of local healthcare workers. Donate directly to their Ukraine fundraiser here.
    16. Another way to support Ukraine is to boycott Russian goods. Here is an article to read more.
    17. The National Bank of Ukraine has opened a special account to raise funds for the Ukrainian Army. Anyone from any country can donate! The account is multi-currency. It is open for transfers of funds from international partners and donors, any person as well as from Ukrainian businesses and citizens.

    For donations in USD:

    SWIFT Code NBU: NBUA UA UX
    JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, New York
    SWIFT Code: CHASUS33
    Account: 400807238 383 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10179
    USA Bank account: UA843000010000000047330992708

    For donations in GBP:

    SWIFT Code NBU: NBUA UA UX
    Bank of England, London
    SWIFT Code: BKENGB2L
    Account: 40000982
    Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8AH, UK
    Bank account: UA843000010000000047330992708

    For donations in EUR:

    SWIFT Code NBU: NBUA UA UX
    DEUTSCHE BUNDESBANK, Frankfurt
    SWIFT Code: MARKDEFF
    Account: 5040040066 I
    BAN DE05504000005040040066
    Wilhelm-Epsteinn-Strabe 14, 60431 Frankfurt Am Main,Germany
    Bank account: UA843000010000000047330992708

    Для зарахування коштів у національній валюті:

    Банк: Національний банк України
    МФО 300001
    Рахунок № UA843000010000000047330992708
    код ЄДРПОУ 00032106
     Отримувач: Національний банк України

    Resources for those in and around Ukraine

    1. Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been posting articles, resources, and content aimed at providing assistance to those leaving Ukraine and entering Poland. Check out their account here.
    2. DocPlanner (ZnanyLekarz) is providing free medical care to Ukrainian refugees. Head over to their website to get in contact with a local doctor.
    3. SIP is providing free legal counsel for Ukrainians in Poland. Head over to their website to get in contact, or to donate. 
    4. Everybody Can is providing assistance to children (citizens of Ukraine, 18 years and younger) who live with disabilities. if you or someone you know could use this assistance, reach out to everybodycan.ua@gmail.com. To donate to their funds, or to learn more, go to their website here.

    Do you have additional resources? We would love to add them to this guide. You can reach us at howtohelp@givepulse.com.

     


     

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