How to help Ukraine

Ukraine is fighting the biggest war in Europe since World War II. This is a war for freedom against tyranny and madness and it affects the entire world. This is our war too and they need our help, urgently!

We are a group of people in the Boston area with roots in Ukraine. Since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24, 2022, we are in daily contact with our relatives, friends, and employees in Odesa, Kharkiv, Kherson, Dnipro and other Ukrainian cities and towns.

This site is dedicated to translating their needs into a concise message explaining ways to help the people of Ukraine. We regularly update this site as needs continue to evolve along with the situation on the ground.


We are fundraising for the next shipment of supplies scheduled for Late Summer 2024.

Our December 2023 shipment arrived in Ukraine.
Our April 2024 shipment arrived in Ukraine

Give money

The fastest and easiest way to help is to send money. Find more information on ways to send money here.

Send Humanitarian Aid via local collection center

You can contribute by purchasing and sending a box of supplies to one of our local collection centers.

Send humanitarian aid to a specific location in Ukraine

We already prepared and are in process of sending a shipment of medical supplies to particular location in Ukraine. We understand the logistics involved with shipments sized from a single box to a pallet.

If you have resources that can make a difference such as medical supplies, medications, sanitary products, technical supplies you would like to send a shipment yourself please contact us and we can quickly answer your questions or redirect to a group that knows the answers.

Volunteer time or skills

If you have time and skills you would like to volunteer, please contact us and we will try to get you in touch with the right people in community who may need

Help spread the word

Ukraine is going to need help for a while. Keep the conversation going with your friends, families and colleagues. Reach out to the Ukrainian community and ask questions to get better informed and hear the real stories without media interpretation.