Revived Soldiers Ukraine
This organization funds medication and medical supplies for field and army hospitals at the front lines of eastern Ukraine. Revived Soldiers Ukraine was founded in 2016 and has since brought 50 wounded Ukrainian soldiers to U.S. hospitals for care. The organization’s president, Iryna Vashchuk Discipio, said they urgently need monetary donations to buy medication and to repair a car used to rush injured soldiers away from the front lines. (source, LA Times)
This organization has several humanitarian efforts, including Heart2Heart, which assembles and delivers aid packages to Ukraine. Their mission is to provide humanitarian aid to vulnerable groups and individuals in Ukraine, raise awareness, and support Ukraine in its effort to build a strong civil society, to reform its educational system, and to eliminate corruption.
United Help Ukraine
This organization receives and distributes donations, food and medical supplies to Ukrainian IDPs (internally displaced people), people of Ukraine affected by Russia’s invasion into Eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, families of wounded or killed for freedom and independence of Ukraine. Their activities focus on fund-raising events, raising awareness of the crisis in Ukraine by engaging individuals, organizations, private and government institutions, and media in the U.S.
Direct Relief is working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other partners in the region to provide requested medical aid, from oxygen concentrators to critical care medicines – while preparing to offer longer-term medical aid to people displaced or affected by the conflict.
CARE has launched an immediate response to reach 4 million Ukrainians with urgent aid, prioritizing the needs of women and girls, the elderly, and families. CARE will be working with local partners in the region, with an immediate priority to distribute critical food and water supplies as well as hygiene kits, cash assistance and psychosocial support to impacted families.
In anticipation of wide-scale country and regional impact due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, Americares is prepared to support the Ministry of Health and other partners with targeted interventions. They will be deploying an Emergency Response team to Poland the week of March 1. Team members will have expertise in emergency response, logistics and emergency medical team operations. Their health-focused humanitarian aid for Ukrainians both inside Ukraine and those taking refuge in neighboring countries will focus on the following three areas: medicine security, emergency medical teams, mental health and psychosocial support. Americares has been supporting the health sector in Eastern Europe since 1986, delivering more than $1 billion in aid to support people affected by poverty and crisis in Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine. Since 1992, they have provided more than $120 million in aid to Ukrainians. They work in partnership with Ministries of Health and local health organizations to deliver medicine and supplies, implement health programs and respond to emergencies. They are a trusted partner among donors, peer non-governmental organizations, and local and community-based organizations.