Helping people affected by the war in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has created a humanitarian disaster. The UN has warned that the number of people fleeing the country may rise to 5 million in the coming weeks and months. Our teams are working around the clock to support people in Ukraine through our products, defend against cybersecurity threats, and surface reliable information, while taking extraordinary measures to stop the spread of misinformation and disrupt disinformation campaigns online.

To help provide immediate aid and support relief efforts, and Google employees have already committed over $25 million in donations and in-kind support. As part of this, in Slovakia, has given a $500K grant to Clovek v Ohrozeni to provide humanitarian aid and refugee support.

Join us in donating to the organizations below.



    Those forced to flee Ukraine need protection, stability and hope. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is on the ground in Ukraine and neighboring countries offering urgent supplies and aid to those forced to flee. In light of the paramount needs, UNHCR will focus its interventions on protection, shelter, basic needs, and provision of core relief items, as well as cash assistance. Your support will help to ensure that the women, children and men who are forced to flee their homes have safety, protection and shelter.



    The situation of the millions of children caught up in the conflict in Ukraine is deteriorating by the minute. UNICEF and its partners are working around the clock to meet the urgent humanitarian needs of these children and their families in Ukraine and the region. Help UNICEF respond to the crisis in Ukraine today.

  • World Food Programme

    World Food Programme

    The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian organization fighting hunger worldwide. With teams already on the ground in Ukraine and neighbouring countries, WFP is working around the clock to reach vulnerable refugees and families trapped in conflict areas with the food, help and hope they desperately need.

  • People in Need

    People in Need

    People in Need helps thousands of people affected by the conflict in western & eastern Ukraine and in neighboring countries. The organization imports food (including baby food), toiletries, sleeping bags, mats, medical supplies and much more to Ukraine. It also helps refugees who have arrived in the Czech Republic. You can also help by contributing to the SOS Ukraine collection.



    The medical humanitarian organization MAGNA provides care and emergency support to families in crisis. It currently has its own stocks of medicines and medical supplies in Ukraine and distributes them to facilities in greatest need.