Help to Ukraine

28/02/2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine upsets us all. War is intertwined with many global crises and is causing suffering to all parties. We need reliable information, action and cooperation during this time. We hope for a fast peace in Ukraine for the sake of all parties. We also need strength for climate work that cannot wait.

We compiled a list of ways to help Ukrainians. The easiest and most effective way right now is to make a donation. There are many reliable channels for donation, but it is still a good idea to make sure that the donation is made on the websites of official organizations.

  • Fida – Emergency aid for Ukrainians >> 
  • Finn Church Aid – Ukraine Aid: Help Ukrainians now >> 
  • Pelastakaa lapset ry – Help the children in Ukraine >>
  • Razom for Ukraine – A non-profit supporting Ukrainian people in their pursuit of democracy with dignity, justice, and human rights.>>
  • #Science for Ukraine – Collecting information about practical support provided by universities and research organization for Ukrainian researchers and students >> 
  • Finnish Red Cross – Donate to the disaster relief fund >>
  • Unicef – Help Ukrainian children >>
  • UN Women – Support Ukrainian women and their families >>
  • SOS Children’s Villages – Support Ukrainian children and families >>
  • World Vision Finland – Support Ukrainian children in crisis >> 
  • ILGA Europe – Support for LGBTI+ communities in Ukraine >>
  • University of the Arts (Red Cross & Unicef) – Fundraising campaign to the victims of Ukrainian War >>

Support for Ukrainian artists and culture workers

  • Artists at risk –Emergency resources for Ukrainian artists and cultural workers >>
  • Odesa Photo Days Festival –  Ways to Stand With Ukraine >>
  • Frame, HIAP, Connecting Points, Saari residence et al. – Solidarity residencies and accommodation for artists and art professionals who are fleeing from Ukraine or who have been displaced due to the war in Ukraine >>
  • Uniarts Helsinki – University of the Arts offers university students coming from Ukraine study opportunities >>
  • Kone Foundation – Additional support for researchers and artists fleeing the war in Ukraine >>
  • Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund – Financial support and stipends to Ukrainian artists and culture workers >>
  • Kyiv Biennial – Emergency Support Initiative >>

We will complete the list as we get more information.