RNS has compiled a list of verified organizations — many of them religious or religiously affiliated — working to support Ukrainians right now.
RNS does not partner with nor specifically endorse the work of any of the organizations listed.
Voices of Children
Ukrainian organization Voices of Children helps provide children affected by war in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions with psychological and psychosocial support, including art therapy, mobile psychologists, video storytelling and individualized support.
The human rights organization wrote that they have verified violations in international human rights law through indiscriminate attacks during the invasion and said the ongoing attacks may be war crimes. Amnesty International works to research human rights violations, campaign for change and inform the public of abuses.
While the worldwide humanitarian organization doesn’t have a program in Ukraine or neighboring countries, it has identified partners on the ground to work with to provide humanitarian aid. “As the crisis escalates and the need for aid such as food, water and healthcare grows, Islamic Relief will step up to support people affected by the violence,” said Ismayil Tahmazov, Islamic Relief’s head of region…..”