We continue to stand with the people of Ukraine at this terrible and profoundly worrying time. If you are looking for ways to support those affected by the current situation in Ukraine, you can find information below.

  • Useful information from the Government on ensuring that any support you send to Ukraine reaches where it should. Unfortunately, as we all know, times like these can attract bad actors who want to exploit people's goodwill and generosity - read more
Find out what you can do to support Ukraine and Ukrainians from The Ukrainian Institute London.

There's information about donations, demonstrations of support, and a link to UkraineNow for coordinating help related to evacuations, medical supplies, food, and hosting Ukrainians who have left the country.

We know that lots of our residents feel strongly about the situation in Ukraine, and you want to help those affected by the Russian invasion.

While we are not collecting donations directly, you can check local social media and press; you may also want to support organisations and appeals, such as:

  • The UK Government will also match public donations to the Disasters Emergency Committee Ukraine Appeal pound-for-pound starting with £20 million: donate here

  • Care International is running an emergency appeal to provide emergency food and water

  • The Ukrainian Embassy has set up a special fund to support Ukraine

  • Choose Love are appealing for donations for supporting projects providing vital aid and services to those in and fleeing Ukraine, including emergency medical care, food, shelter, clothes, legal support, support for the LGBTQIA+ community and mental health support.

  • Unicef, the United Nations humanitarian aid organisation, focused on children's welfare, is accepting donations to ensure every displaced child receives the health, nutrition and water they deserve to sustain them.

  • The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has launched an emergency appeal to send more resources, employees and aid to Ukraine's neighbours, who are taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees.

  • Set up earlier this month by the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB), the appeal is raising funds to provide accredited and registered Ukrainian charities with medicine, food and vital services. Donations can also pay for blankets, hygiene packs and trauma counselling.

  • The British Red Cross, the Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) have pledged to respond to existing and emerging humanitarian needs. Your donation will help someone affected get food, water, medicine, first aid, warm clothes and shelter.

  • Voices of Children helps children affected by the war in eastern Ukraine by providing psychological and psychosocial support. Instructions on how to donate to its programmes, such as art therapy, mobile psychologists, and individual help for families, are available on its website here.

  • Save the Children has launched an emergency fund where donations will go towards essential humanitarian aid, psychological support for children, winter and hygiene kits, educational access and cash grants for families.

  • Razom is a non-profit Ukrainian-American human rights organisation. Donations to its appeal will support the delivery of essential goods, the translation of important documents and sources, the sharing of vital information, and the placement of volunteers on the ground.

  • Sunflower of Peace prepares first aid medical backpacks for paramedics and doctors, with each backpack saving "up to 10 lives". You can donate to Sunflower of Peace via its Facebook page here.

  • Revived Soldiers of Ukraine delivers humanitarian and medical aid to soldiers and their families and those affected by military conflict.