Peace and Security Funders Group - Read a Chronicle of Philanthropy op-ed by Alex Toma, Executive Director of Peace and Security Funders Group, explaining how the war in Ukraine requires a major philanthropic response and overall increase in peace and security funding.
22 Meaningful Ways You Can Help Ukraine - Global Citizen has pulled together a list of ways to support the people of Ukraine.
Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) offers a comprehensive summary on the current situation in Ukraine, critical and ongoing needs, and has established the Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Recovery Fund which is focused on addressing humanitarian needs that arise
The Philanthropy Europe Foundation (Philea) is tracking information and responses to the crisis.
CARE has established a Ukraine Crisis Fund to reach 4 million with immediate aid and recovery, food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance - prioritizing women and girls, families, and the elderly.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is seeking donations to support its work to respond to the Ukraine crisis.
Devex has an update on Ukraine’s looming humanitarian crisis.
Council on Foundations - COF offers an excellent summary of resources and response funds.
- The Pittsburgh Foundation and United Way have teamed up to create #PghUnitedForUkraine. The joint effort will provide relief to the 1 million and counting Ukrainian refugees who have been displaced by the war by sending donations to United Way’s partner organizations in the neighboring countries of Poland, Hungary and Romania. Those donations will be will used to provide transport, shelter, childcare supplies and food to those displaced. You can donate on United Way’s website.
- Support the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, which has an on-the-ground network of many organizations ready to protect the 200,000+ Jews in Ukraine.
- Donate to Mercy Corps, which focuses on helping people in crisis around the world, said on Thursday morning it was prepared to help 1.5 million displaced Ukrainians. You can support them monetarily at their website.
- Stay up to date on what’s happening on the ground by following Tymofiy Mylovanov, a University of Pitt economics professor who is in Ukraine.
- Support Pittsburgh organizations connecting the large Ukrainian community we have living here, like the Ukrainian Community of Western Pennsylvania or the Ukrainian Technological Society of Pittsburgh.