Organisations and Programs
Under Military and Humanitarian Help you can find organisations on the ground that accept cryptocurrencies to support Ukraine.
Additionally, a crypto investigative tool Crystal, that provides a comprehensive view of the public blockchain ecosystem, put together a list of verified Ukraine donation programs. Some of the organisations found on the list are found in our Military and Humanitarian Help section above, too.
Support the Ukrainian military, army health services and territorial battalions via crypto
- Come Back Alive
- Charitable Foundation of Serhiy Prytula
- Ministry’s of Digital Transformation wallets for army support
Biggest fund offering competent help to the Ukrainian army where it is the most needed. Helping with gear, communication devices, and training. Working since 2014.
Serhiy Prytula has been volunteering for the Ukrainian army since 2014, when russia began occupying Crimea and Donbas. He first helped with equipment, armour, food. Later, he began to provide units with high-precision equipment, drones and equipment for command posts.
Army SOS Citizens Initiative coordinates people's efforts to help soldiers of Ukraine. They manage purchases of necessary ammunition, shields, intercommunication and reconnaissance facilities, uniforms, and food supply. They deliver all goods directly to the unit’s emplacement and pass them right to the hands of our warriors.
CRITICAL SUPPORT OF UKRAINIAN DEFENDERS
They quickly supply the essential equipment to our soldiers in hot spots. Their main focus is medium-sized orders that often go overlooked by large foundations. Individual volunteers can’t afford them, so KOLO is here to fill the void.
Frontline military paramedics helping wounded on the battlefield, evacuating wounded to the hospitals, supplying with medication.
- Dobrobut Foundation
- Democratic Axe
Urgent medical surgeries for soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Public Organization "Democratic Axe". The Right-Liberal Movement of Ukrainians Around the World. Donate to support specific region Territorial Defense Forces and to help the victims.
At the moment, the most effective organisations to deliver humanitarian aid are non-governmental Ukrainian organisations.
Large international organisations are well-known, but spend significant portion of money on salaries and offices, and take a lot of time to coordinate and form their response.
Whereas Ukrainian volunteers have no offices, self-organise, and spend their last money to save people in most affected areas of Ukraine.
- Unchain Ukraine
- Kyiv School of Economics humanitarian aid campaign
- Nova Ukraine
- Voices of Children
Raise money for medicine, evacuation and repair needs, food and clothes. The priority is to help civilians.
The Kyiv School of Economics (KSE), together with Ukrainian businesses and state-owned companies, have launched a humanitarian aid campaign for Ukraine. The aim is to provide food supplies, transportation, refugees help for Ukrainian citizens affected by the war and purchase necessary medicines, first aid and protective kits for the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, Ukrainian Paramedic Association, and the Ukrainian Territorial Defense Forces to shield them against Russian aggression.
A Bay Area-based nonprofit working to help Ukraine. Has been providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine since 2014. Currently partnered with Airbnb to provide short-term hosing for refugees and continues to supply humanitarian help (food medical supplies essential hygiene items baby care items clothing).
Provides shelter for all refugees + food + psychological help.
The Voices of Children Foundation has been helping children affected by the war since 2015, provide psychological and psychosocial support to children.
- Dobrobut Foundation
- Direct Relief
Fundraising campaign for medicines and emergency medical operations for soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Starting from February 24th 2022, to ensure safety, they’ve concentrated on providing medical care 24/7 to children and adults in our largest inpatient hospital in Kyiv. The hospital is functioning to provide multidisciplinary medical care to the civilian population, and also to provide critical care to all injured civilians, territorial defence members, Ukrainian military servants, and anyone who defends Ukraine. As for now, all the urgent medical care and all the necessary medical care for Ukraine’s defenders are provided free of charge.
Direct Relief is working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other partners in the region to provide requested medical aid, from oxygen concentrators to critical care medicines – while preparing to offer longer-term medical aid to people displaced or affected by the conflict.
Non-fungible token - is a non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a blockchain, a form of digital ledger, that can be sold and traded. It usually represents an asset and commonly in the past 2 years has been used for digital images, gifs, and art. Each has a digital signature that makes it impossible for NFTs to be exchanged for or equal to one another (hence, non-fungible).
There have been a number of NFT projects started to support Ukraine, its people, and various artists, too.
- NATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF UKRAINE DONOR COLLECTION 2022
All proceeds from the sale of this NFT collection - net of transaction fees and 3% commission to cover platform and accounting operating costs - will support the National Art Museum of Ukraine in addressing the challenges posed by the Russian attack. This includes efforts to protect and restore its collection and, potentially, fortify the museum's building. Funds will also support digitization projects at the National Art Museum of Ukraine and other museums across Ukraine.
- MetaHistory: Museum of War
Ukraine's NFT museum established to preserve the memory of the real events of that time, to spread truthful information among the digital community in the world and to collect donations for the support of Ukraine. This project was launched by Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation
A Web 3 initiative started by Web 3 artists to support the people of Ukraine in this difficult time. In their primary drop they collected $1M in 30 seconds. 100% of the primary sale will go towards relief efforts in Ukraine. All royalties from secondary sales will either go towards those same efforts, or towards supporting Ukrainian artists, charity, and/or art initiatives of the participating artist’s choice. The team is partly made up of Ukrainians.