Donate for Ukraine
Special fund to help war-affected Ukrainians
We help war-affected Ukrainians throughout Ukraine, providing those in need with necessities and financial assistance. We also support primary education, which the war has severely disrupted in many parts of Ukraine. Working with trusted partners and people inside Ukraine, we make sure that no dollar is wasted.
As part of this special fundraiser, we guarantee that at least 95% of contributions will be used directly for humanitarian aid.
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Donate for Ukraine – Special Humanitarian Aid
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Millions of Ukrainians have fled the country since Russia launched a full-scale war on February 24, 2022, and millions more have been displaced internally. Others remain in past or present war zones. An unknown number are without a salary, as many sectors of the economy in war-affected cities have ground to a halt and the number of jobs compared to the number of displaced job seekers is small. As a result, many Ukrainians are struggling to pay for basic necessities.
Education in Ukraine has also been severely affected. According to the Ukrainian Ministry of Education, Russian attacks have damaged over 2000 educational institutions and completely destroyed more than 300 (source). In many cities, it is not safe for children to go to school in person, as schools lack a sufficient bomb shelter space to shield children from attacks.
The goal of our humanitarian aid fund is to help as many war-affected Ukrainians as possible. We provide necessities and financial assistance to Ukrainians in need and are also supporting the educational needs of the next generation.
We use our extensive Ukrainian networks to identify trusted organizations and individuals to distribute the aid. Whenever possible, we procure items from inside Ukraine and hire Ukrainians to run our programs. Support our initiative today.
Economists for Ukraine is partnered with the AI for Good Foundation, US-based 501(c)3, 81-1631000
If you live in the war affected areas please visit our Svidok – War Journal.