Your donations are at work in Ukraine
The conflict that erupted in Ukraine one year ago forced millions of people to flee their homes in extremely difficult circumstances, and caused a deepening humanitarian crisis.
Canadians quickly rallied to help the people of Ukraine. The Humanitarian Coalition and its member agencies spearheaded a nationwide fundraising campaign that mobilized the generosity of Canadians and raised $11 million.
These contributions are making a concrete difference. Here is how you have been helping so far, both inside Ukraine and in Moldova, Romania and Poland.
Thanks to your support, our members and partners are:
Ensuring safe transport and safe shelter, and distributing travel boxes with water, food, hygiene items and SIM cards to people in transit
Providing food to households and reception centres
Distributing hygiene kits to meet the needs of families, women and babies
Restoring some basic sanitation services and clean water facilities in Ukraine
Distributing medical supplies to health centres
Providing trauma and mental health support to displaced people
Establishing a safe space for women and girls staffed with a social worker, psychologist, translator and other specialists
Providing information to prevent gender-based violence
Distributing emergency funds for women facing abuse to cover expenses such as transport, telephone credit, urgent medical services, translation of documents, and notary fees
Supporting family protection centers in Ukraine
Working with schools outside of Ukraine to welcome refugee children who may need psychological, social, academic and language support
Facilitating access to jobs
With two-year-old training data, the world's most popular AI chatbot knows nothing about the one-year-old war. We partnered with Performance Art Agency, who prompted it to remind us why Ukraine still needs our help.