Russia has invaded Ukraine, leaving hundreds dead, thousands without homes, and millions in need of humanitarian assistance. Your emergency support is critical for children facing trauma, hunger, and freezing temperatures.
Global Fund for Children’s local partners are mobilizing to provide food, warm clothing, fuel, and safe shelter to children and families under attack in Ukraine and to refugees fleeing the country. Help our partners meet immediate, growing needs on the ground.
$50 can help our partners distribute meals to families in areas where food prices have skyrocketed
$100 can help our partners provide emergency trauma support in their communities
$500 can help our partners get sleeping bags, winter clothes, medicine, and food to children sheltering from attacks
$1,000 can help our partners provide young people who have fled their homes with shelter and critical supplies
Any amount you give will make a difference for grassroots organizations responding to the crisis in Ukraine. Donate now to help our partners protect children and youth in Ukraine.
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