How To Help The People Of Ukraine

What you can do to help the people of Ukraine.

Many people would like to help the people of Ukraine but don’t know where to start.

Some companies and just everyday people have come up with some unique and effective fundraising ideas.

Find some solutions below that may be something you can do.

help Ukrainian refugees

1. Airbnb

When Russian forces invaded Ukraine Airbnb decided they were going to do something. They started asking Airbnb hosts to host refugees for free or for a discount. This is what they have asked their hosts to do and what they are doing:

  • Provide a comfortable bed and basic amenities for anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. Learn more about hosting refugee guests
  • partners with nonprofits that check refugee guests for eligibility and assist them before, during, and after their stays.
  • Airbnb provides Hosts with AirCover, which includes $1 million in liability insurance, $1 million in damage protection, and more.


  • 100% of your donation will go toward connecting people with short term housing.
  • Stays are completely free for guests of our program.
  • Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed under your local tax laws.
  • Learn more about how donations work

Book Rooms In Ukraine

As a result of Aribnb tremendous efforts many people have booked stays in Ukraine. Not with the intention of going there but just to support people in Ukraine who are hosts on Airbnb. Since many people still have Internet they can benefit from this by receiving money in their Airbnb account.

Go to to find out how you can help.

2. Go Fund Me

You can start or support a Go Fund Me campaign.

Many people around the world including some of the world’s top celebrities have started go fund me campaigns for Ukraine.

Go to to start or search for campaigns for Ukraine.

3. Do Your Own Fundraiser

A friend of mine offered up one of his painting as a fundraiser. contacted everyone he knew online through social media to offer one of his painting for auction. He ended up raising $300 and matched that with $300 of his own. Pretty generous and thoughtful. Anyone can do this and every little bit helps the cause.

A group here in our city makes perogies and sells them for the people of Ukraine. They sell out within hours of making them.

No matter what you do, no matter how big or small, it all helps, and thank you!

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