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Nova Ukraine
125 University Ave - Suite 230, Palo Alto, California 94301
Email: contact@Novaukraine.org
Phone: 408-203-4323
Website: http://www.novaukraine.org
Contact Person: Nick Bilogorskiy , President/CEO

Nova Ukraine (NU) is a registered 501(c)(3) charity, founded in March 2014 in Palo Alto, California as a continuation of Euromaidan SF. Currently it operates in four states, reaching over 100,000 people monthly. Nova Ukraine organized San Francisco charity performances of Vakarchuk, Ruslana and Skryabin benefiting victims of violence in Ukraine and promoting Ukrainian culture in the United States.

Nova Ukraine raised over $100,000 dollars, collected a 40 ft container of clothes for refugees and is now gathering computers in Silicon Valley for educational facilities in Ukraine.

Ukrainian American Coordinating Council – Northern California
345 7th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Email: safronenko@uacccalifornia.org
Phone: 312-394-9429
Website: http://www.uacccalifornia.org
Contact Person: Mykyta Safronenko, Secretary

The Ukrainian American Coordinating Council of Northern California, is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization as defined under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. UACC was founded in the late 1960’s, is an overall national representative body of Ukrainian American citizens and those of Ukrainian descent. As an American organization embracing many Ukrainian American organizations, clubs, fraternal lodges, veteran and youth societies, women’s and sports groups, as well as cultural, social, church, political organizations, and demonstrations and protests, it has been a powerful advocate of Freedom and Independence for Ukraine.

Today, it continues embracing our Ukrainian Historical, Political and Cultural heritage in the Bay Area and California by sponsoring such events as concerts honoring Taras Shevchenko over the past 50 years, Ukrainian Independence Day in Golden Gate Park since 1964, the celebration of Ukraine’s Millennium baptism into Christianity, the Commemoration of the Soviet artificially induced famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine called the Holodomor where ten million Ukrainians were victims as well as many other events and activities such as candlelight vigils, humanitarian aid for displaced citizens and soldiers, youth concerts, bonfires on the beach and the establishment and dedication of the new California Registered Historical Landmark No.1025 - Ukraine - honoring Ukrainian Patriot Reverend Father Agape’s Honcharenko, fighter for freedom, democracy and human rights.

Humanitarian Aid is being provided to Ukrainian volunteers who work with Battalion "Carpatska Sich", "Donbas", "95 brigade" and many other soldiers.

District of Columbia

1660 L Street NW – Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20036
Email: info@usukraine.org
Phone: 202-524-6555
Website: http://usukraine.org
Contact Person: Yuliya Solovey
Description: The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation is a U.S. 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nongovernmental organization established in 1991 to support democracy, a free market and human rights for Ukraine. The Foundation sends humanitarian assistance, primarily medical supliies and equipment, throughout Ukraine.


2103 Coral Way - Suite 202, Miami, FL 33145-2660
Email: irinauac@uacukraine.org
Phone: 954-381-9044
Website: http://www.uacukraine.org
Contact Person: Irina Tishchenko, Ukraine Program Liason

Universal Aid for Children's Ukrainian Program strives to provide direct humanitarian aid to nearly 2,000 orphaned and displaced children in the Odessa region of Ukraine, with the goal of relieving the pain and suffering of these needy and deserving children. Recently the mission has expanded to include refugees of all ages that have arrived around Odessa from the war zone in Eastern Ukraine.

We provide many forms of direct aid to include: (1) To all who are served: Nutrition, Medical and dental care, Rehabilitation and physical therapy, Psychological counseling, Primary education, special education, and post-high school education, Building repair and reconstruction, Clothing and basic care items. (2) UAC's Orphaned Teen Scholarship Program: The economic reality faced by a 17 year old being released from an orphanage is bleak. What do they do? Without help, the scenario is scary. Options include prostitution, crime, drug abuse and suicide. With no family or stable support system, they have little hope. Our Orphaned Teen Scholarship Program is designed to prepare the teenage orphans for higher education and life management in the outside world. (3) Construction Projects: Our reconstruction challenges are big in the run down facilities in Odessa. Our first rate reconstruction crew do a great job at renovating these places the children call home. We address the social and emotional stress that institutionalized living creates. We have five different psychologists working part time throughout the institutions, as well as Pastors, teachers and a Priest from the community. (4) Children with Special Needs: UAC Ukraine has a big place in its heart for children with special needs. Our goal is to improve the quality of life of these institutionalized children who face many daily challenges. UAC assists these institutions with renovation, equipment, physical therapists, teachers, educational materials, medicine and nutrition. (5) A Summer Camps, Music Fests, etc.



P.O. Box 43623, Louisville, KY 40253
Email: natasha@mulberryinternational.org
Phone: 888-838-5496
Website: http://www.mulberryinternational.org
Contact Person: Natasha Reimer, Executive Director

Mulberry International is a non-governmental organization that focuses on helping the abandoned and neglected children and families at-risk – providing for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. 

We reach out to orphaned, abandoned and neglected children through mentorship and assistance programs. We also support three foster and adoptive families, two of which are refugee families that left Crimea and settled in western Ukraine (Lutsk and Lviv).  

Because of the armed conflict in the east of Ukraine, Mulberry International has set a partnership with churches in Mariupol area to help refugees and internally displaced people (IDP) with basic needs (food, medicine, clothing).

We assist internally displaced and at-risk families in Mariupol by sponsoring feeding programs at local churches, finding and feeding children on the streets, shipping humanitarian packages (clothing and shoes) and sending funds to buy food, medicine for those who are trapped in ATO region.

We seek funds to expand our feeding program, as the winter closes in and the heating prices are going up. We also need funds to provide assistance to IDP families that are residing in Mariupol and have no means for existence. There are 10,000 registered IDP in Mariupol officially.


PO Box 83426, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20878
Email: UnitedHelpUkraine@gmail.com
Phone: 703-659-5893
Website: http://www.unitedhelpukraine.org
Contact Person: Ruslan Zamarai, President
Description: UNITED HELP UKRAINE, INC. is a non-profit charitable organization receiving and distributing donations, food and medical supplies to the Ukrainian refugees, people of Ukraine affected by ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine, families of wounded or killed for freedom and independence of Ukraine. The organization’s activities focus on fundraising events, raising awareness of the crisis in Ukraine by engaging individuals, organizations, private and government institutions, and media in the United States of America.


301 Main Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
Email: info@maidanmn.org
Phone: 612-424-1337
Website: http://maidanmn.org
Contact Person: Ophelia Karamushko, Maidan MN President

Maidan Minnesota's mission is to support Ukrainian nation in its quest for freedom, democracy, and civil rights, and to raise awareness locally about Ukraine and its people.

Maidan MN sends urgently needed supplies to people affected by the war in Ukraine.

New Jersey

151 Main Street - Suite 250, Hackensack, NJ 07601
Email: info@uaoh.international
Phone: 973-521-9055
Website: http://www.uaoh.international
Contact Person: Charita Shteynberg

The goal of UAOH is simple: We want to help the people in Ukraine during this time of crisis. Our program is now assisting the following vulnerable populations in Ukraine: children, the elderly, refugees, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), the disabled, those recovering from injuries and disease in medical facilities, and those suffering from conflicts and disasters.

In a very short time, UAOH has developed a unique capability for delivering much needed humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and has in place a proven program for matching donors in the United States with recipients in Ukraine. This includes the ability to handle all transportation matters, reception and customs clearance at ports in Ukraine, and further distribution of humanitarian assistance to needy beneficiaries. Our web site contains examples of successfully completed projects:  http://uaoh.international/category/projects/.

New York

PO Box 630245, Little Neck, NY 11363-0245
Email: oasnyo@gmail.com
Phone: 845-434-4096
Website: www.oasukraine.org
Contact Person: Mike Pawluk, Vice Chair at 917-363-0912 (cell)

Orphans’ Aid Society, a 501c(3) charity, is a registered non-profit and has supporting orphans in Ukraine since 1992.    We currently sponsor about 350 orphans in various Oblasts.  At this time we have expanded our services and are providing support to an additional 30 orphans whose fathers recently gave their lives for Ukraine.  We have additional orphans “children of war” for whom we are looking for sponsors.

ATO/Children of War:  The war in eastern Ukraine has brought death, destruction and a generation of children whose fathers have given their lives for Ukraine.  These children and their mothers receive little or no aid and need our support.  To sponsor a war child, please contact us.  We have expanded our services to support these children.

140 2nd Avenue, Suite 305, New York, NY 10003
Email: info@razomforukraine.org
Phone: 609-365-7952
Website: http://razomforukraine.org
Contact Person: Anastasiia Rybytska, Vice President
Description: RAZOM is a non-profit organization established to support the people of Ukraine in their continued quest for democracy, justice, and human rights. Razom (“together” in Ukrainian) believes deeply in the enormous potential of dedicated volunteers around the world. Its mission is to foster Ukrainian democracy and civil society through a global network of experts and organizations supporting democracy activists and human rights advocates throughout Ukraine. Its projects include: humanitarian/medical aid to victims of the war; think tanks and academic projects to help raise awareness internationally; cultural events to build the image of Ukraine; cooperation with government reps, civic and human rights organizations.
1040 Jackson Road, Webster, NY 14580
Email: helpUAtoday@gmail.com
Phone: 585-319-0177
Website: http://ROCmaidan.org
Contact Person: Volodymyr Pavlyuk

ROC Maidan affiliate of the Ukrainian Cultural Center is instrumental in providing medical and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Financial support form local donors and organizations has helped us purchase critical items for Ukrainian soldiers, including warm clothing, Celox/Quick clot gauze, C-A-T tourniquets, bandages and other much needed medical supplies that are forwarded to Ukrainian ATO members for distribution throughout Ukraine.

The goal is to deliver medical supplies and humanitarian aid items to regions of Ukraine devastated by the ongoing political conflict and war. The life-saving supplies and funds are distributed to Ukrainian service men and women, as well as fulfilling the needs of refugees, orphaned children and families who have lost their loved ones in the Russian –Ukrainian war. Your support has made it possible for us to help Ukraine in its fight for freedom and sovereignty.




The Ukrainian Federation of America
700 N Cedar Rd, Jenkintown, PA 19046
Email: info@ufofa.org
Phone: 215-782-1075
Website: http://www.UFofA.org
Contact Person: Iryna Mazur, Director of Advocacy and Information Program

The Ukrainian Federation of America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1991, registered in Pennsylvania and in Ukraine. UFA develops, implements and supports the preservation of Ukrainian culture, heritage, strengthens communities and improves the quality of life of those in need. The Federation brings hope to Ukrainians and others around the world providing helpful care and crisis response through six active programs (Advocacy&Information, Arts&Culture, Education, Health Care, Humanitarian Aid and Social Services). Current initiatives include helping Ukraine's wounded heroes through treatment projects in the United States and Ukraine and providing medical care to Ukrainian children and orphans. For more information, please visit www.UFofA.org

Aid provided:  Advocacy and Information,  Humanitarian Aid, Educational Services, Social Services, and  Art and Culture


1776 Wilson Blvd. - Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22209
Email: development@crdfglobal.org
Phone: 703-526-2328
Website: http://www.crdfglobal.org
Contact Person: Diana Sanchez, Development and Events Assistant

CRDF Global is an independent, nonprofit organization that creates opportunities for scientists and innovators to make the world a better place. Established in 1995 to promote international scientific and technical collaboration through grants, technical resources, training, and services, CRDF Global specializes in bringing isolated scientific communities into the global scientific mainstream. CRDF Global has 20 years of experience managing international research funding programs and supporting emerging science and technology infrastructure in more than 40 countries around the world. 

For the past 20 years, CRDF Global has supported science in Ukraine. Now hundreds of scientists, engineers, innovators and students have fled the war zone, leaving behind the equipment and materials needed to continue their research. We will provide research grants preferentially to teams of scientists displaced from the occupied zone and their hosts or other collaborating scientists, benefiting both the internal refugees and those providing a laboratory “home”. We also offer innovation training to aspiring entrepreneurs across Ukraine, including those from the Donbas.

The Emergency Fund for Ukraine’s Scientists and Innovators consolidates many donations from friends of Ukraine to provide:  1) Emergency research support for scientists displaced by the war and young scientists at risk of leaving Ukraine, and 2) Micro grants to support ongoing mentorship, networking, and travel opportunities for technology innovation commercialization.

CRDF Global is based in Arlington, Virginia, with offices in Amman, Jordan; Almaty, Kazakhstan; Moscow, Russia; and Kyiv, Ukraine.


1415 1st Avenue, North Apt 3, Seattle, WA 98109
Email: office@bridge2ukraine.org
Phone: 727-458-7296
Website: http://bridge2ukraine.org/en/home/
Contact Person: Casey Magee, Board President (Seattle) or Patrick Kelley, Treasurer (DC)

The Bridge to Ukraine fosters a strong connection between Ukraine and America through the sharing of ideas, culture, and mutual support. In addition, a Refugee Crisis Fund has been created. 

PO Box 82901, Kenmore, WA 98028
Email: info@uaws.org
Phone: 206-355-7980
Website: http://www.uaws.org
Contact Person: Katya Sedova, Head of Humanitarian Affairs Working Group

The Ukrainian Association of Washington State, a non-profit organization, is a focal point of Ukrainian American community in Washington. Founded in 1971, it works to preserve Ukrainian heritage through educational and cultural activities, to support the Ukrainian Dance Ensemble “Barvinok” and choir “Serpanok”.  We strive to further Ukraine's path towards building an open, transparent, rules-based democratic society and provide humanitarian aid as well as to advocate for comprehensive assistance to Ukraine with the US Congress and the White House.

We provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine in crisis through supporting projects that follow international standards of transparency and accountability in the following directions:

  1. Support of the wounded and their families (tactical medicine kits and training, containers of medical supplies, PTSD, rehabilitation programs)
  2. Support of the Internally Displaced Persons
  3. Support of the reconciliation programs, the battle for the hearts and minds, through education and documentary film projects
  4. Support of initiatives by members of our community in Washington





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