Recent Flooding in Ukraine
On June 6th, a dam exploded in Kherson region causing devastating flooding. The 42,000 people living in the immediate flood-affected areas face water shortages, and deadly diseases from water contamination. To read more about our response to the Ukraine Dam Disaster, please click here.
Our Ukraine Response
Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February we have been supporting our 29 partners across the country as they do everything they can to protect their communities in the face of active conflict.
For the communities we have supported for 30 years, including older people, people with disabilities, Holocaust survivors and those already displaced once during the 2014 conflict, the impacts of the invasion are catastrophic.
We are responding to the most urgent humanitarian needs as they arise, prioritising food, cash, medical, material, and psychological support for the worst affected, whether fleeing their homes or unable to escape violence.
Please note we are not accepting clothing or donations of items at this time.
To discuss making a substantial philanthropic gift, please contact our Head of Major Giving.