UNITED24 is the official fundraising platform of Ukraine, launched by President Zelenskyy. Its goal is to unite people worldwide in their will to support Ukraine, whilst increasing donations to aid the country. Funds raised from donors around the world will be distributed with efficiency, purpose and full transparency, to help Ukraine in this time of need.
Via UNITED24, everyone can donate towards the Defence and Demining, Medical Aid and Rebuild Ukraine directions of support. By partnering with The Undeniable Street View, UNITED24 wants to raise awareness specifically about their efforts to rebuild the country in the face of destruction, showcased in this interactive experience.
The UNITED24 website allows one-click donations by anyone from anywhere. If you want to help their rebuilding projects or other directions of support, please make a donation here:
As a result of the full-scale invasion, millions of children have become victims of war – often with Kindergartens, maternity hospitals and shelters where families seek safety being targeted.
VOICES OF CHILDREN believe no child should be left alone with the trauma of war. They therefore provide long-term psychological support to children affected by war, whilst also helping children and families directly evacuate from the war-zone. In 2022 alone, the foundation helped more than 4,500 children receive qualified psychological support and provided humanitarian aid to more than 13,000 families.
The fund has 9 centres and a hotline for free psychological help. More than 60 psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychotherapists of the foundation do everything to ensure that Ukrainian children do not lose their childhood and smiles.
If you want to support VOICES OF CHILDREN so they can offer more children and families the help they need, you can here:
When Russia attacked Ukraine, every Ukrainian effectively became a volunteer. NOVA UKRAINE stood up to mobilise Ukrainians and non-Ukrainians around the world to efficiently channel help to where it is most needed. More than 180,000 people contributed donations totalling over $55M for NU projects. NOVA UKRAINE built a strong network of partners in Ukraine (more than 3000 volunteers) with a spotless reputation and with deep connections in Ukrainian cities and villages, ready to deliver aid to the civilian population.
With the support of donors and partners, NOVA UKRAINE were able to help more than 3 million people in Ukraine with basic needs like food and hygiene products, evacuation into safety or providing medical help. By keeping their operational overheads extremely low and with 100s of highly motivated volunteers, they they were able to spend over 98% of donations on direct aid, keeping operational expenses under 2%.
With the start of 2023 we unfortunately continue seeing attacks on civilian buildings and infrastructure, tragically killing and injuring thousands and affecting millions. NOVA UKRAINE will continue their efforts to save lives and provide humanitarian relief.
In relation to The Undeniable Streetview, they mentioned “Images of Ukrainian streets visualise the destruction and the suffering. They help people throughout the world understand the consequences of Russian aggression and the need for accountability.”
If you want to support NOVA UKRAINE in their continued much needed help, you can here:
Vostok-SOS is a non-governmental organisation that started as a volunteer civil initiative and a hotline in May 2014 by activists of Luhansk Human Rights Center, Crimean Human Rights Center and the Civil Sector of Luhansk EuroMaidan. They were one of the first volunteer initiatives whose activists began to provide assistance to victims of the Russian military aggression in the east of the country and in Crimea. Since then they continue to find shelter for internally displaced persons (IDPs), assist in the evacuation of people from the conflict zone, collect and distribute humanitarian aid to IDPs, delivering humanitarian aid to front-line settlements and providing psychological first aid.
Since the full-scale invasion, civilians are suffering daily under enemy shelling and bombardment and the humanitarian situation remains bad. Vostok SOS has been doing dangerous work in evacuating many people who have found themselves under fire on an ever changing front line — whether in villages, towns or cities. They also participate in the search, release and rehabilitation of victims of abductions, monitoring and documenting human rights violations and reporting on the situation in Donetsk and Luhansk regions. So far their work has included 25 544+ people evacuated from the frontline, 1 850+ people with reduced mobility evacuated, 2 855+ tons of humanitarian aid delivered and 54 664+ calls handled on the hotline.
If you want to support VOSTOK SOS in helping their evacuation crews and for providing humanitarian aid to anyone affected by the conflict, you can here:
THE UNDENIABLE STREET VIEW is powered by WAR UP CLOSE, a collective of Ukrainian Street View photography experts in Ukraine led by Mykola Omelchenko. They are making it their mission to record the destruction metered out by Russian forces across Ukraine — fighting the war with truth.
Beyond Street View, they are using their expertise with drones, street photography and panoramas, to capture all sorts of damage inflicted across different cities. Their full body of work documenting the Russian crime in Ukraine can be seen on their website WAR UP CLOSE are holding a variety of exhibitions around the world that people can go support in Washington (22nd February), Berlin (27th February), Warsaw (2nd March), Brussels (tbd) and Paris (tbd). Further details can be found on their website.
If you want to help support WAR UP CLOSE in their mission to document the truth happening in Ukraine, you can here: