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What You Can Do to Help The People of Ukraine

A Ukrainian family is reunited after arriving at the Medyka border crossing, Poland, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022.

A Ukrainian family is reunited after arriving at the Medyka border crossing, Poland, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022. (Photo Courtesy: AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)

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Below are some ways you can help the people of Ukraine.

- Razom for Ukraine: based in NY; collecting money for refugees as well as the soldiers still fighting in Ukraine. Link

- Save the Children: based in CT; delivers humanitarian aid to children and their families in Ukraine and those that have fled the country in the aftermath of the invasion. Nearly 8 million children are in danger of physical harm and emotional distress as a result. Link

- Ukrainian National Women's League of America: based in NY; raising money for humanitarian aid for civilians that are still in Ukraine, as well as for four military hospitals in some of Ukraine's biggest cities. Link

- Red Cross: International organization that's providing a variety of humanitarian services in Ukraine including humanitarian aid, medical resources, and food and water. Link

- UNICEF: UNICEF's response to the invasion includes providing for sanitation and protection of children and families caught in the conflict. UNICEF provides medical care, education, and clean water, among other things. Link

- International Rescue Committee (IRC): Miscellaneous emergency support resources for refugees and civilians caught in Ukraine. Link

- Catholic Relief Services: Along with their partners, CRS is providing shelter, meals and hygiene supplies for people displaced by the conflict. Link

- The Obama Foundation has an excellent resource of various organizations on the ground in Ukraine and working with refugees. Link

- GoAbroad.com has provided resources to help Ukrainian refugees. Link

- CMMB organization is sending shipments of aid in the form of medicines and medical supplies, first aid and hygiene kits to partners to distribute to refugees in Poland, Romania and Moldova. Link