Winter is the most challenging time in Ukraine: Russian attacks damage power supply, leaving vulnerable populations in the dark, cold and vulnerable. Civilians are facing electricity blackouts and heating outages, which are exacerbated by Ukraine’s cold winter.
Our shelters across four cities offer a safe space with heat and connectivity. We serve free coffee and tea, our generators keep people warm, and our staff distribute individual aid such as power banks. We have toys for kids to play and run dedicated art programs for children displaced by the war.
Donate for Ukraine – Winter and Power
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The humanitarian situation in Ukraine is dire, especially during the winter. Ukrainians are preparing for the worst, and we help them. We run dedicated shelters in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, and Sumy with heat, Internet, and individual humanitarian aid such as blankets and power banks. Our dedicated teams on the ground in each city make sure that aid reaches the most vulnerable. All funds are used directly to procure items such as generators and power banks.
Small help can make a big difference. Help us provide heat and comfort for people who have nowhere else to go.
Economists for Ukraine is partnered with the AI for Good Foundation, US-based 501(c)3, 81-1631000. Your contributions will be fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
If you live in the war affected areas please visit our Svidok(witness) – war journal.