Our dedicated team is committed to helping Ukrainians displaced by Russian illegal and unprovoked aggression. We take our convictions and turn them into action. We have more than 20 years of experience in Ukraine facilitating individual economic empowerment of a hungry and growing middle class, impacting more than 30,000 Ukrainians. Are you interested in Ukraine refugee support? Get in touch for more information!
Seeing a need for energetic, humanitarian work in this area, we formed our organization to provide grassroots support to Ukrainians displaced by war, with a specific focus on women and children refugees. The Ukraine America Initiative is an approved 501(c)(3) Ukrainian support organization. Our history in, and knowledge of, Ukraine spans more than 3 decades. We have connections in Ukraine civil society, think-tanks, regional and federal governments. We have experience in Ukraine refugee support, humanitarian food support, vaccine delivery and facilitation, logistics, air travel, food production, cross-border employment migration, and International diplomacy. We turn our global perspective into understanding and action.
We focus on providing humanitarian support at a grassroots level to Ukrainians in need and specifically those displaced by war. We fund daycare centers for Ukrainian children, orphanages, language schools, housing projects, and refugee centers in Ukraine and Poland, and mental and physical wellness projects.
Do you have a project needing funding? Can you help us or want to partner with the Ukraine American Initiative?
In the past year, we have supported orphanages in Western Ukraine, educational programs in Dnepro, home reconstruction in Bucha and Irpin, groceries to communities on the front line of the war, firewood for elderly in rural households, psychological support for male and female victims of sexual violence, wheelchair and hearing aid upgrades for special needs children, summer school and educational daycare in Poland, basic food and shelter to 100's of women and children refugees - including more than 50,000 meals, and support of released prisoners of war.