United for Ukraine.
Committed to help.

Who would have thought that a few hundreds miles away a war would break out? Sadly, this is the reality we live in. 

As we continue the work of innovation for our partners, we are moved to help our neighbors in their time of need. So what’s to be done to help? Many have already started raising aid and actively helping refugees in Ukraine, including the Red Cross, numerous NGOs, and private companies. The page is dedicated to furthering that effort and helping you get involved.

Wondering how you can help in a meaningful way?

you've come to the right place

  1. You can provide aid: Send non-perishable food, clothing and blankets, hygiene products, medical products and services.
  2. You can donate money: Help the NGOs and associations that are actively involved in serving refugees and others in need.
  3. You can offer your skills: Developers, doctors, translators, psychologists, drivers can put their skills to work to help those in need.

Here's a list of organizations you can support

International Organizations

Save The Children
7.5 million children in Ukraine are in grave danger of physical harm, severe emotional distress and displacement following an escalation in hostilities. Save the Children will help provide children and families with immediate aid, such as food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support and cash assistance. You can make a donation here

International Red Cross
In Ukraine, the IRCR team continue their work to repair vital infrastructure, support health facilities with medicines and equipment, and support families with food and hygiene items. You can make a donation here

In Ukraine, UNICEF’s response focuses on establishing and operationalizing Blue Dots at the border crossings. Blue Dots are dedicated refugee children and family support hubs and represent an integrated model that will focus on providing support for the most immediate needs of children and women. UNICEF is also establishing a humanitarian hub and corridor for humanitarian supplies into Ukraine through Romanian border crossings and stands ready to operationally support in other ways as needs arise.  Donate here

Ukraine Humanitarian Fund
The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund is a country-based pooled fund. Funds go to humanitarian NGOs and UN agencies in the Ukraine to assist the most vulnerable communities and people, and to provide them with urgently needed food, water, shelter and other basic support. Donate here.

Organizations in Romania

Little People Association
The Association provides the field of pediatric oncology from Romania and the Republic of Moldova with a whole range of high-quality services. The Little People Romania childhood cancer charity offers help to cancer patients young or old, needing to find hospitals to continue cancer treatment outside of the Ukraine. Donate here.

SOS Bambini Romania
SOS Bambini is an italian-romanian NGO established in 2013 with the aim of carrying out charitable actions and providing social, educational, medical and humanitarian assistance to children and teenagers. In Sighet, right at the border with Ukraine, they are providing the refugees with hot meals, in collaboration with local producers from Cluj. For donations of the necessary items you can contact them here

CERT Transilvania
Cert Transilvania is a Disaster Response Detachment aiming to help people in need, especially young children and the elderly living in hard to reach areas in Transylvania, but they also take part in missions in the event of natural disasters and other situations that require difficult access to the affected area. Together with the Cluj County Committee for Emergency Situations they are collecting non-perishable foodstuffs, hygienic products , sanitary materials, barracks materials and pet food that will be given to Ukrainian refugees at the border. For donating items and money you can find information here

PATRIR (Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania)
A non-governmental, non-profit, politically independent organization dedicated to the promotion and practice of peacebuilding and prevention of armed conflict in partnership with communities, organizations, governments and agencies worldwide. The NGO is committed to purchasing needed supplies in accordance with the information received from the organizers of help centers from the borders of Romania and their transportation. Updated information and necessities can be found here. Donations in EUR/USD/RON can be made here.

Reliable Sources of Information

Following the news of Russia’s invasion in Ukraine is difficult and overwhelming, especially with the high amount of disinformation and propaganda circling around. Staying up to date and sharing verified news is of high importance which is why we have put together a number of trusted media outlets that provide live coverage from the war zone.

Important Platforms for Ukrainian Citizens


The platform is aimed at helping Ukrainian citizens arriving in Romania. Many resources from various areas are mapped on this website, from shelter to food, transport, medicines, child care, pet care, translation, or other services. The platform is available in English, Ukrainian, Romanian, Polish, Russian, and Slovak, offering valuable information for both beneficiaries and people who can provide help. 

Ukraine – Together we help more

The Romanian Government also launched a platform aimed at streamlining the help offered by individuals, NGOs, and companies. The platform offers valuable information for the refugees, such as the documents required to enter Romania, steps to obtain asylum here, or medical services.


The Romanian Government also launched a platform aimed at streamlining the help offered by individuals, NGOs, and companies. The platform offers valuable information for the refugees, such as the documents required to enter Romania, steps to obtain asylum here, or medical services.

Medical Assistance

Regina Maria private clinics network offers free medical services to our Ukrainian neighbors who are forced to find refuge away from home. The range of care provided to them includes comprehensive polyclinic and imaging services, as well as laboratory tests, PCR and antigen testing, as well as psycho-emotional counseling.

Medlife is sending medical assistance to the border with Ukraine to support the arriving refugees. In addition, MedLife makes available a number of testing centers in Sighetu Marmației, Suceava and Galați, where medical staff will perform free rapid testing for SARS-CoV-2 for refugees transiting the country and are in need of such tests to keep moving.

Transportation & Communication

Wizz Air is offering Ukrainian refugees 100,000 free seats on flights in continental Europe departing from Hungary, Poland, Slovakia or Romania.The company also acknowledged that many refugees have already started moving and may be stranded in other locations, so it is offering them a 29.99 euro “rescue fare” on all other flights, excluding those to the UAE, Iceland and the Canaries. Ukrainian refugees may book the flights by visiting the website.  

Christian Tour and partners have launched the #TurismulAjuta campaign, which provides free transportation for Ukrainian refugees and assistance in finding accommodation for all those in need. 

Orange Romania is in solidarity with all those affected by the crisis in Ukraine and comes to their aid with urgent solutions to help them communicate easily with those close to them and to have quick access to information.

  • For communication with people from Ukraine: Free international calls and text messages to Ukraine.
  • For people roaming in Ukraine: Free roaming calls, SMS and internet.
  • For affected persons, who arrive in Romania from Ukraine: Free sim cards distributed at certain border points by Orange representatives.

For those of you who are in contact with families in Ukraine who want to cross the border into Romania, the online application of the Border Police presents an average of waiting times at road crossing points. 

Be careful what source you get your information from and especially what you share on social media. Last but not least, be careful about scams. Unfortunately, even in situations like this, there are people looking to exploit others.