Ukraine Community Resources
The Human Relations Commission of the City of Union City stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and is seeking help to donate and assist with supplies
The Human Relations Commission of the City of Union City is looking for donations to help the people of the Ukraine and any refugees or family members seeking aid or support. Listed below are organizations and nonprofits aimed at providing assistants and supplies to those affected and displaced by the war.
International Committee of the Red Cross
The Red Cross’ humanitarian work aims to help people rebuild their lives and cope with the wider consequences of conflict.
UNICEF’s Humanitarian Action for Children appeal helps provide conflict- and disaster-affected children with access to water, sanitation, nutrition, health and safety services.
Nova Ukraine is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about Ukraine in the US and throughout the world and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
Direct Relief is a Santa Barbara-based organization that distributes donated medicine and medical supplies. Direct Relief has supplied Ukrainian healthcare providers with more than $27 million in medical aid.
Catholic Relief Services
Catholic Relief Services has partners across Ukraine and is currently providing shelter, food, hygiene supplies, fuel, transportation to safe areas, and counseling support
Save the Children
At least 7.5 million children in Ukraine are in grave danger of physical harm, severe emotional distress and displacement following an escalation in hostilities overnight. Save the Children is urgently calling on all parties to the conflict to agree to an immediate cessation of hostilities to reduce the risk to children’s lives and wellbeing.
Voices of Children
Voices of Children provides psychological and psychosocial support to children affected by war.
UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency)
UNHCR has stepped up operations and capacity in Ukraine and neighboring countries. Your support can help ensure that Ukrainians forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe.