On 24 February 2022 at 5:00 a.m., without any warning, Russia launched a large-scale war in Ukraine. Hundreds of thousands of people in Mariupol, Kharkiv, Kiev and other cities of our country have been cut off from the world and now remain under constant shelling. Thousands of civilians and soldiers were killed, including more than hundreds of children. Cities are being erased from the face of the earth.
A shelled maternity hospital. The woman and her child in the photo did not survive.
Tied up and killed people on the streets of Bucha in the Kyiv region.
The city was under the occupation of the Russian invaders.
Civilian infrastructure – hospitals, schools, kindergartens, maternity hospitals, theaters,
and residential buildings – was shelled
More than 10 million internally displaced persons who lost their homes and everything they owned.
For more than a month, every one of us, from Ukrainian armed forces soldiers to volunteers, has been fighting back daily against the enemy who has encroached on the territorial integrity of our state, our freedom and peace on our land.
The missile hit a house in the capital of Ukraine – Kyiv
In the city of Mariupol 90% of residential buildings were destroyed.
Zaxidfest festival invites you to donate for
the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Any contribution
is important. We will win.
Photo by REUTERS
We need informational support in our fight. Spread the truth about the war
on social media using hashtags:
#StandWithUkraine,#StopPutin, #StopWar, #HelpUkraineNow, #StopRussianAggression
You can donate to a charitable fund supporting Ukrainians. Today, many cities in Ukraine are on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe, and the number of refugees who have managed to flee abroad is already more than 3,5 million.
Volunteers all across the country and around the world are helping to find and buy medicine, food, water and basic necessities.
You can also donate money to the Armed Forces of Ukraine towards the purchase of equipment and protective gear for our soldiers.
Come Back Alive
Help for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
“Come Back Alive” is a civic organization that consists of a training department for the military, a veterans’ department, an analytical center, a media departmentand a military aid fund.
Official account of the National Bank of Ukraine for Humanitarian Assistance to Ukrainians Affected by Russia’s Aggression. The account is meant for charity contributions from Ukraine and from abroad