We aim to help refugee families and their children affected by the war in Ukraine.
Ever since Russian forces invaded Ukraine on February 24th 2022, the humanitarian needs have dramatically escalated.
More than 8 million people have become temporarily displaced. Many of them have lost their homes and now have nowhere to come back to.
Our organization is working in Ukraine to deliver lifesaving services to children, families with children under the ages of 16 years, and pregnant women across the whole country. We work closely with refugee camps, hospitals, orphanages and shelters.
Our staff and volunteers are working in Ukraine and are ready to deliver medicine, supplies, and items of great necessity to satisfy the special needs of some of the country’s hardest-to-reach-people. With our work we are making a sustainable impact on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine.
We need and very much appreciate your donations today in order to enable us to help as many Ukrainian families and children as we can!
Your donation will support the ukrainekinderhilfe project with meeting their commitment to save and protect children and women in Ukraine. 90 cents from every Euro donated goes directly to the project “Ukraine Help Center”. The other 10 cents is used to cover administrative costs. We try our best to keep our costs as low as possible. Please see our news and updates to see whom we have helped with your donation.
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The family, which has under its care 10 children aged from 8 to 18 years, currently lives in the village of Motovylivka, Kyiv region. They have been in occupation for 6 months. The father says that it was a very difficult period: there was not enough food and medicine, there was no Internet and mobile communication, children could not study, and there were also endless explosions and rockets overhead. Now they are relatively safe. To improve their living conditions, we provided them with a freezer.
Ruslan Voloshchuk from the Kherson region is raising 8 boys whom he took under his care. Due to active hostilities in their hometown, they evacuated together in search of safety. For their needs and living arrangements in the new house, we purchased and delivered them an electric oven, a blender, an iron and an electric meat grinder.
8 children aged from 4 to 19 years old are being raised and living in the family. The family lives in the city of Apostolovo, Dnipropetrovsk region, very close to the front line, and therefore the city suffers from constant shelling. The family is preparing for a difficult winter, and the help we have provided will help with long-term power outages.
Olena and her family of 8 children come from the Kakhovsky district, which is currently under occupation. In August 2022, Olena, her husband and children left their hometown and moved to the Ivano-Frankivsk region.
Now the family rents a house, the children study in local educational institutions and start life anew. We purchased and handed over a freezer for their needs.
We provided the children in Anzhela Kymlyk’s family-type orphanage with comfortable sleeping places by purchasing a bunk bed and two mattresses.
The family used to live in the Kherson region, now they were forced to move to Kryvyi Rih and continue to raise 8 children aged 8 to 18.
We purchased and handed over two heaters, as well as household appliances for the kitchen to provide Chechery Olga’s family-type children’s home.
The family is from Poltava, raising 10 kids. Due to the war, they were forced to leave their home in Kharkiv region.
Household appliances for cleaning, as well as sets of bed linen, were delivered to Butenko family-type children’s home.
In May 2022, the family moved to Zhytomyr from the village of Novovorontsovka, Kherson region.
Currently, they are raising 5 children. The father of a large family said that they started taking care of the children in 2011, and during that time 11 children were taken in for upbringing.
Anna is an active, loving mother, raising 8 adopted and 2 biological children, the youngest girl is 5 years old, and the oldest is 17.
The family lives in Chernihiv region. Due to the hostilities that took place directly in their village, almost a third of the house was seriously damaged. We provided them with a reverse osmosis system, because the water in the house where the family currently lives is very bad.
We handed over a furniture set for organizing a place of study, an electric stove and other household goods for the family-type children’s home of Vasylieva Halyna.
Halyna is raising 9 children. The whole family lived in Beryslav in Kherson region, where they had to survive 9 months of occupation. Later, the family moved to another city with absolutely no belongings, so they desperately need help.
Currently, 79 people live in the shelter, including 20 children and 4 people with disabilities. All these people are internally displaced from the Donetsk, Kharkiv, and Luhansk regions.
For their needs, we purchased and handed over hygiene products, as well as cleaning products for a total amount of more than 1,000 EUR.