As a Russian to English translator, the war in Ukraine is top of my mind at the moment. Nothing comes close.
Many friends and colleagues have asked how they can help and many have said they wouldn't know who to donate to. We all have our own personal preferences and areas for concern and as such, I have compiled an extensive list in the hope that you can find an area which you feel most needs your help.
Please feel free to let me know of any more you would like to see included in the list below.
There are some mega-sites which have collated ways to donate:
For Translators/Interpreters wishing to get involved:
Below is a list of more specific sites you can check for where you would like to see your donation make a difference.
Ukrainian Red Cross to help civilians.
NGO Come Back Alive provides material and technical assistance to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Help Wounded Ukrainian Soldiers provides medical rehabilitation to wounded Ukrainian soldiers with serious spinal trauma.
Keep Ukraine's media going with the Go Fund Me page.
United Help Ukraine provides medical supplies to injured soldiers and supports widows.
Nova Ukraine provides humanitarian aid to vulnerable groups and individuals in Ukraine.
Razom Inc provides medical equipment and training, fosters civic engagement amongst Ukrainians.
Project Kesher provides support to women and to those of Jewish background.
Hospitaliers working at the frontline.
Insight covering the needs of LGBTQI people for protection, safety and health.
Sunflower of Peace Ukraine fundraiser for first aid medical tactical backpacks for paramedics and doctors on the front line.
Revived Soldiers of Ukraine delivering medical equipment, supplies, medications and other humanitarian aid.
I hope that the list above has been useful to you. If you require any further help or are interested in Russian to English translation services linked to the war, please do get in touch as I would love to help.
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Marjolein, The Native Crowd