February 28th, 2022

Resources to Plan Your Philanthropic Response to Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Responding to the needs of others in times of crisis can be one of the most impactful parts of philanthropy. As you consider your capacity to impact change with your charitable assets, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy offers these seven basic tips for giving back in times of disaster.

Philanthropy Responds: A Round-up of Efforts to Support Ukraine


Statements by Council Members and Partners: Charles Stewart Mott FoundationOpen Society FoundationsCharity & Security Network

Philea (Philanthropy Europe Association)

Center for Disaster Philanthropy: Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis

Call for Relief Funds, United Nations

Council Disaster GrantmakingFoundations can access Disaster Grantmaking Resources to understand how to effectively respond to a disaster.


As various local, state and regional and philanthropic institutions establish response funds, we will keep this information up to date.

Center for Disaster Philanthropy

United Help Ukraine

Direct Relief

USA for UNHCR – The UN Refugee Agency


Heart to Heart International

Doctors without Borders

Save the Children

Nova Ukraine

People in Need

International Medical Corps

International Rescue Committee

Project Cure

Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston


King Baudouin Foundation US

Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights