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How to Help in the Ukraine

The following Jewish organizations are collecting funds to help those directly impacted by the current situation in the Ukraine. Contact them directly with any questions.

Project Kesher: Advocates for women and girls in the Ukraine. Contact them at 513-276-7282.

HIAS: Has 162 staff members working with Right to Protection (R2P) on the ground in the Ukraine. Donate online at www.hias.org or mail a check to POB 97077 Washington, DC 10090-7077.

Chabad Relief Fund: 350,000 Jews in the Ukraine are served by 200 Chabad couples in 35 towns. Dnipro, Ukraine is the home to the largest Chabad center in the world, with over 100 Lubavitch families calling it home. In Odessa, Chabad runs several orphanages; the city’s chief rabbi Rabbi Avraham Wolf is there protecting the 120 children living there. Visit Chabad.org/ukraine for information and to donate.

Orthodox Union Ukraine Crisis Fund: Visit https://www.ou.org › ukraine

Chesed Fund: This fund supports primarily the community in the Chernivtsi region
Call 518-323-0376. Campaign ID 5136.

Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey: For information on the Ukraine Emergency Relief Fund, call 201-820-3900.

Jewish Federation of Greater Metrowest: Contact [email protected]

Tikva: Specifically in Odessa, helps poor, orphaned and at-risk children. Visit https://app.mobilecause.com/e/vzwVMA?vid=q91ot

UJA Federation of New York: For the Ukraine Emergency Relief Fund, call 212-836-1486.

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