There are other ways to show solidarity with Ukraine. Here is a list of organizations to which you can donate to help people affected by the crisis.
• International Red Cross
The Ukrainian chapter of the International Red Cross has dispatched teams to metro stations and bomb shelters to distribute food and provide first aid, as well as provide support to at-risk families who have chosen to stay.
The U.N. Children’s Fund in Ukraine is providing support for the country’s 7.5 million children threatened by the escalating conflict. The agency is currently ramping up its efforts to meet critical needs for safe drinking water, health care and education.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is the official agency of the U.N. whose mission it is to aid and protect refugees. According to the U.N., more than 500,000 Ukrainians have fled the country since Russia’s attack began last week.
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