The largest refugee crisis since World War II continues as Ukraine marks the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion on February 24th.

In the past year, eight million people fled to other parts of Europe, while another eight million were displaced within Ukraine. Most of those people have not returned home, with women and children making up 90% of refugees. As the conflict continues, millions of people are facing an uncertain future, worsening food insecurity and lack of medical care. 

To help renew support for the people of Ukraine whose need is as great as ever, we have put together a list of vetted nonprofits continuing to provide humanitarian aid and assistance.


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U.S.-based organizations to donate to:

  • US Association for UNHCR's hubs in Dnipro and Vinnytsia serve as bases for delivering humanitarian assistance and protection
  • Nova Ukraine provides humanitarian aid, with a majority of spending devoted to life-saving medical aid
  • Oxfam America helps people seeking safety and urges governments to engage in diplomatic efforts to end hostilities
  • International Committee of the Red Cross provides emergency assistance to people living in armed conflict zones or those displaced by fighting 
  • World Central Kitchen provides hot, nourishing meals and food kits in hundreds of cities, recently liberated towns and communities hosting refugees
  • International Rescue Committee addresses the unique needs of children, with local partners inside Ukraine and Poland 


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Canadian-based organizations to donate to: 


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U.K.-based organizations to donate to: 

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Leading a corporate campaign to provide humanitarian relief to Ukraine? Download our kit to activate your people. 

To make it easier for your people to take action, we’re sharing our Ukraine One-Year Anniversary kit that includes trusted resources you can use today to create an impactful relief campaign. If you’re a Benevity client, you can download your kit through the B-Hive.

The kit includes:

  • A list of vetted U.S., Canadian, U.K., and Australian causes focused on humanitarian work.
  • Text to create awareness around the issue and the vetted U.S., Canadian, U.K. and Australian causes that you can use in your communications.
  • Suggested images you can license to inspire action.

Download the Kit

Many of Benevity’s clients are already using this content to engage their people. It’s suitable for companies of any size, and you don’t have to be a Benevity client to use it. We hope you find this content useful in mobilizing support for the people of Ukraine.