We encourage you to support initiatives that help people and animals who are affected by war, living below the poverty line, or who have lost their homes.
Street Aid Daily is an initiative from Odesa which provides direct aid for the houseless population and collects funds for necessary medical supplies, food and clothes.
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Dopomozhy bezdomnomu is an initiative from Kyiv that serves hot food on the street for people in need and runs a hostel for persons who were left without a home.
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Bilkis is an independent intersectional and inclusive feminist initiative originally based in Kharkiv and now operating in Lviv. The initiative provides humanitarian aid for women, including a free shop, “Room of Things”, which supplies necessities to people in need, and the “Feeder” project which supplies vegan lunches to houseless people. Bilkis raises funds for food and basic groceries, and medical supplies.
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Youth for Peace is an international organization known for its work with people living in poverty. They have been operating in Kyiv since 1991, supporting the elderly, the houseless, people with disabilities, and orphans. They are continuing their work with these communities during the full-scale invasion.
Woman for Woman is a project supporting women in crisis, and survivors of abuse, domestic and sexual violence, as well as homeless and unemployed women.
Freefilmers, is a collective of filmmakers, founded in Mariupol, that redirected the majority of its efforts to humanitarian work at the beginning of the full-scale invasion. They raise funds to help vulnerable communities most affected by the war, including underground artists, queer activists, neurodivergent people, Roma people, women from rural areas, people with disabilities, and others.
Lviv Vegan Kitchen is an initiative launched in the first months of the full-scale war to provide free vegan meals for internally displaced people and vegan humanitarian aid for people affected by war.
Happy Paw is a charitable foundation that helps more than 60 animal shelters throughout the territory of Ukraine.
Dom Khvostov is a shelter for dogs and cats with disabilities, located in Irpin. They take in animals from areas closer to the front line with long-term injuries and mental traumas, and provide medical assistance and support.
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Chance is an animal shelter based in Kherson which helps animals living closer to the front line.
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Ugolyok is a charitable organization from Dnipro that provides shelter for domestic animals rescued from slaughterhouses. They are currently crowdfunding for an animal ambulance.