Two Ukrainian children outside their temporary home

DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal

Donate to support children and families devastated by this ongoing conflict

Help protect the future of Ukraine’s children

Two years of unrelenting war in Ukraine has brought unimaginable suffering and pain to tens of millions of Ukrainians, including the country’s 7.5 million children. To date, the conflict has displaced over 3.7 million Ukrainians within Ukraine and more than 6 million are seeking refuge in neighbouring European countries. 

The need is still great and issues of mental health, child protection, and education, among others, are massive involving millions of children and the most vulnerable. 

The UN estimates that over 17.6 million people in Ukraine are still in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. 

Help us to act fast to protect children. 


Help children affected by the crisis in Ukraine

Help us act fast to protect children whose lives have been turned upside down.

Please enter a donation of at least £1

How your donation helps

Your generosity means that children can continue to get an education, emotional support, and the chance to have fun together. 

That’s why we’re asking for your support to continue saving lives and protecting children. We’re still working with our partners in Ukraine and in neighbouring countries, responding to the urgent needs of children and families who have been forced to flee their homes and are still unable to return. 

Because of you, we've been able to distribute over 310,000 hygiene kits, keeping children and families safe from disease. Another 108,000 people have benefited from psychological support, helping them recover and rebuild their lives. And over quarter of a million children have been able to continue their education, helping them to find normality in the trials of conflict. 

Your donation today will help us address the longer-term needs of children and their families as the war drags on. Whatever you can give will help provide the assistance that children and families still need, as together we help them to rebuild their shattered lives.   

You can still make a life changing difference. 

Chris Palusky
We must not give up, no matter how tough and complex. We must continue to pray, hope and work hard for Ukraine’s children.

Chris Palusky

Ukraine Crisis Response Director

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