War in Ukraine: Donations: Overview of aid for Ukraine

Any help is needed in Ukraine. Whether donations in kind or money: Individuals can also help. Donation opportunities for Ukraine at a glance.

In the Ukraine there is war. The government has already asked the international community for support. Thousands of people expressed their solidarity on the Internet using the hashtag #StandWithUkraine, and many cities and communities have pledged their support to the Ukrainian people. But individuals can help too. Here you will find an overview of how you can support local people.

Help for Ukraine: Alliances for action

The two alliances “Alliance Development Helps” and “Aktion Deutschland Hilft” call for donations together with one account. “Alliance Development Helps” is an association of several aid organizations, including Bread for the World, Christoffel-Blindenmission, DAHW, Kindernothilfe, medico international, Misereor, and Welthungerhilfe. “Aktion Deutschland Hilft” is an association of 23 German aid organizations, including the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund, AWO International, CARE Germany and the Malteser Hilfsdienst. That too German drug relief organization action medeor is part of the alliance and has already started putting together the first aid supplies for medical facilities in Ukraine and is supplying bandages, for example. The majority of the alliance organizations of “Aktion Deutschland Hilft” have been represented in Ukraine for years with aid programs through their own country offices and local partners.

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Aid to Ukraine: what else can be done?

Many serious offers of help are organized at the local level in particular. In many places, associations collect donations in kind and money for affected areas. The main things that are needed are basic supplies: hygiene items, blankets, sleeping bags, clothing, canned beverages and emergency medical equipment.

The flood of information also means there is a need for help: there are currently new reports on the situation in Ukraine every minute. Among the reports are some false reports. Therefore, find out from reputable sources so as not to spread false news about the situation. Another way to show sympathy and solidarity is to take part in demonstrations and rallies. This is usually called for in social networks.

We want to know what you think: The Augsburger Allgemeine is therefore working together with the opinion research institute Civey. Read here what the representative surveys are all about and why you should register.

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