Coalition for Humanitarian Assistance

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Humanitarian Coordinating Coalition

The US-Ukraine Foundation is building a Humanitarian Coordinating Coalition, chaired by Ambassador Temuri Yakobashvili.  The first priority of the Coalition is to secure air transport for the many offers of priority medical supplies and get them to the people of Ukraine in great need through an established distribution network.

In this effort, Coalition Members are organizations with whom we have a direct working partnership, such as AFYA Foundation, March of Dimes, United Help Ukraine, and the American Hospital Association. We are also establishing a Communication Network of other trusted individuals and organizations to assist us with these humanitarian efforts.

Operation Ukraine AirLIFT

Operation Ukraine AirLIFT was the first project of the Foundation and the Coalition. With partners, including Afya Foundation, Operation Ukraine AirLIFT had its first flight in the air six days after Putin's first attack.

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First shipment has arrived to Kyiv Military Hospital

What Ukraine Needs Now

Due to the constantly changing nature of needs, we are working with the Embassy and the Ukrainian government to stay up to date. Please contact us regarding any donations.

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Other Humanitarian Aid Organizations

United Help Ukraine

This nonprofit volunteer organization distributes medical supplies, food, and donations to Ukrainian refugees and people on the ground in Ukraine, as well as offers support to Ukrainian families who have lost soldiers to war. Donations toward their current fundraiser will help provide emergency medical aid and humanitarian relief to those on the front lines.

Razom

Razom, which means “together” in Ukrainian, believes deeply in the enormous potential of dedicated volunteers around the world united by a single goal: to unlock the potential of Ukraine. Razom works towards that mission by creating spaces where people meet, partner and do.

B'nai B'rith Ukraine Assistance Fund

March 15th, 2022
B’nai B’rith President Seth J. Riklin and CEO Daniel S. Mariaschin have issued the following statement:

Since Moscow began its invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, B’nai B’rith has mobilized teams around the world to meet the needs of refugees as well as of those suffering the extreme war-time conditions in Ukraine.

Right now, B'nai B'rith is sponsoring a shipment of vital medical supplies to be shipped from Warsaw, Poland, to Lviv, Ukraine. Among the items to be delivered are spinal anesthesia systems, casts and dressings, antibiotics, sutures and wound drainage systems.

We are also providing 1,000 jars of baby food and cereal, plus warm clothing, personal hygiene items, dry food goods and other essentials to a refugee center in Warsaw.

In addition, we have sent funds to Moldova to assist with temporary housing and other essentials for refugees crossing to safety in Moldova.

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, we are working with aid teams in Ukraine and at various border crossings to assess and meet immediate and longer-term needs.

Our Ukraine Disaster Relief Fund is open for donations.

International Medical Corps

This Los Angeles-based nonprofit and global first responder has been working in Ukraine since 1999, from delivering essential medicines to healthcare facilities to training more than 500 local doctors and staff. Now, it’s providing free medical and mental health services to civilians there, and you can help support the work by donating here.

Important Information Regarding Import of Medicines and Medical Devices

1. List of documents and information to be provided for the import of goods to Poland (HUB of the “Help Ukraine”).

2. FAQ regarding provision of humanitarian help from abroad.

3. List of logistic HUBs in neighboring countries, coordinated by the Ministry of Infrastructure.

4. Algorithm of provision of medicinal products to logistic MOH’s HUB in Lviv.

5. Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 174 dated 01.03.2022 “On some questions of humanitarian help supply through the custom border in terms of Martial Law.”