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Here at Work From Home Pal, Ukraine holds a very special place in our heart. The current situation has us all very concerned over the safety of our friends and their families, as well as the safety of all Ukrainians. If you are like us, you might feel a bit powerless to do much. #helpukraine 

After talking to our Ukrainian friends about what we could do to help besides just making internal donations, we’ve decided to place a trusted and vetted link one of the best resources on how to help below. If you can’t afford to make a monetary donation to , there are still many other options to help.

How you can support Ukraine

Also, if you’d like to add a similar donation link to your website but don’t know how, feel free to reach out to us and we can try to help. Some websites don’t allow for this but most do.

In addition, we'd like to share direct links to some of the volunteer organisations, who help Ukrainian refugees:

1. People in Need is providing humanitarian aid to over 200,000 people on the ground. For those most in need, they provide food packages, emergency shelter, safe access to drinking water, hygiene items, and coal for heating.

2. The Ukrainian Red Cross does loads of humanitarian work, from aiding refugees to training doctors.

3. The International Medical Corps is on the front lines and prepared to help citizens with emergency health care services, as well as mental health and psychosocial support. The agency is also keeping the pandemic top of mind throughout the crisis by prioritizing COVID-19 awareness and prevention services, to help keep displaced citizens safe from the pandemic.

4. CARE International is responding to the crisis by providing Ukrainians in need with food, hygiene kits, psychosocial support services, access to water, and access to cash.

5. Nova Ukraine is a nonprofit that delivers aid packages to Ukraine with everything from baby food and hygiene products, to clothes and household supplies.

6. UNICEF Ukraine is repairing schools damaged by the bombings and providing an emergency response to children affected by the conflict.

7. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency has stepped up its operations and is working with governments in neighboring countries “calling on them to keep borders open to those seeking safety and protection.”