How are we helping children in Ukraine?
We are working closely with our UN partners in Poland, Moldova, Belarus, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic, to help provide humanitarian support for children and families fleeing the war.
- 5.4 million people in Ukraine have been able to access healthcare
- 5.6 million people have been provided access to safe drinking water
- More than 4.6 million children and caregivers have been given mental health support
- Over 2.5 million children have been engaged in education
- We have created Blue Dot safe spaces for children and women in collaboration with the local governments and the UNHCR. These blue dot shelters provide a safe space for families seeking refuge as well as providing water and sanitation supplies.
How can I help?
In 2023, we want to ensure that:
- 4 million women and children have access to health care
- 7 million people are provided safe drinking water
- 4 million children and caregivers access mental health support
We recognise that these are hard times so please give what you can, your donations will help us support the most vulnerable in Ukraine.
Donating by phone
If you’re in the UK and would prefer to make a donation by phone, you can call our dedicated donation line: 0300 330 5699.
Donating Items and Volunteering
We’re currently not accepting any items for the emergency appeal. These kind offers are really appreciated, but any donated items will need to be sorted, cleaned and transported which could impact our response, so please consider making a monetary donation instead to our emergency appeals.
We’re not currently sending any volunteers to Ukraine.
The best way you can help support our emergency work in Ukraine is to donate money to the appeal. Please give what you can, your donations will help us to protect children in Ukraine.
For information on how your company can support our appeal, please contact [email protected]
For the first 6 months, monthly donations made to this appeal will go towards funding our work to support children affected by the Ukraine conflict. After that, donations will go to support our work around the world. In the unlikely event that the funds raised exceed what’s needed for the appeal, we will direct any excess funds to support our work to help keep children safe and healthy around the world.