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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9 children are being raised in a family-type children’s home of the Oleksuk family in Khmelnytskyi region. Because of the war in Ukraine, it is difficult to provide for such a large family, the daily needs are much greater than those of a typical family. So we sent them food supplies, hygiene products, household chemicals, and bed linen.
Sytchenko family from Poltava region took 9 adopted children under their care. Children have a hard time experiencing the war, they are afraid of the sound of airplanes and explosions. To improve the family’s living conditions, we provided them with a microwave oven, an electric kettle, and bed linen sets.
Dzygovsky family from Odesa region is raising 10 adopted children from 4 to 18 years old. Providing the needs of such a large family is always difficult, especially during wartime. So we bought and delivered them dishes, bed linen, towels, hygiene and cleaning products.
More than 100 displaced persons – women, children, elderly people and people with special needs from Luhansk, Donetsk, Kharkiv, Kherson regions, etc. live on the basis of the “Ekolog” camp.
We purchased and delivered long-term food supplies and hygiene products.
Yefimchyk family took 7 children under their care. They live as one friendly family in a small village in the Dnipropetrovsk region. In order to improve the living conditions of the children and support them during the difficult time of the war, we delivered them bed linen, towels, hygiene products, household chemicals and food products.
Musienko’s family has 8 adopted children. They now live in the city of Kamianske, which is not far from the front line. The family is large, so there are many needs and expenses. In order to support them, we bought and handed over food supplies, hygiene products and household chemicals.
These people were evacuated from Donetsk region. Because of hostilities, they are deprived of their home and usual life. Now they need help more than ever. We provided them with food supplies of different types of cereals, pasta, oil, tea, canned goods and cookies.
Oleksandr and Natalia Pyroh from Marganets are raising 10 adopted children aged 6 to 18. All children are very different, but despite this, they are one family. Because of the war, the family had to leave their home and currently, they are renting a house in Zakarpattia, so the family needs support. We bought and delivered food supplies and dishes for their needs.
Kharkiv College of Arts became home for 77 people who were forced to evacuate from the war zone. These are women, children, and elderly people who are unable to provide for themselves. To ensure their nutrition, we delivered them long-term storage food products.
Tkalya family with 14 adopted children lived in Marganets (Nikopol district) but were forced to move to Yaremche due to shelling. They are still unable to return home because of the war. Children are very worried about the dogs they left at home with their relatives, they miss school, friends, and home very much. For their needs, we purchased and handed over dishes, a microwave oven, bed linen, etc.