We can’t stop the war, but we can support Ukraine and help the suffering
Who We Are
We work diligently supporting Ukraine by providing humanitarian aid
As of February 24, 2022, our mission has been focused on the Ukraine Relief project to provide Ukrainians with everything necessary during their liberation struggle for independence.
Our daily efforts are directed at supporting the Ukrainian people, developing the Ukrainian-American partnership, and creating new opportunities for cooperation between Ukraine and the USA.
What We Do
Transportation & Delivery
Food for Families that Live Near the Front Line
About 1 million Ukrainians are experiencing food shortages. We deliver grocery packages for those in need. We distribute 10,000 grocery packages per month, but we can do much more. The cost of one grocery package delivery is only $4.00. Please support our project and make a difference today.
Providing Ohmatdyt Children's Hospital in Kyiv with the Necessary Equipment
Ohmatdyt is the largest children's hospital in Ukraine. It is of utmost importance that the hospital continues to operate even under the most difficult and severe times of conflict. UA House has prioritized supplying Ohmatdyt with all the necessary medical equipment to continue to provide life-saving treatments to children and adults during the war.
Maternity Ward in a Bomb Shelter in Rivne City
We seek to equip a make-shift maternity ward in a bomb shelter with all necessary supplies and equipment at the request of the Mayor of the city of Rivne. That way, the Maternity Hospital can continue providing services to pregnant mothers and infants.
Clean water for people in high conflict areas
In cities experiencing constant attacks and raging war, there is limited or no access to clean drinking water. During the first few weeks of the attacks, Russians strategically targeted and destroyed water systems. UA has undertaken an effort to finance the production and installation of 20 water purification systems. If successful, they will create access to clean drinking water for more than 600,000 people.
Scholarship opportunities for war-affected families
Our new project is to enable talented students who are the children of military personnel, or whose families have been affected by the war, to have the chance to continue their studies
Ambulances for the Frontlines
Fully equipped and service-ready ambulances are in high demand on the frontlines. The existing stock is not sufficient to meet the demands of the war. UA House is fundraising to purchase and transport ambulances to Ukraine to provide the necessary means to provide urgent medical response to both military and civilian populations that endure attacks in the war zones.
BleedStop Disinfects Wounds and Stops Bleeding from Minor Cuts to Large Bleeding Wounds
People who live in regions near the frontlines are injured daily, sustaining severe wounds. There is a dire need of means to immediately stop bleeding and disinfect wounds.
Personal Protective Equipment for Volunteers, Journalists and Medical Professionals on the Frontlines and High Conflict Areas
In collaboration with the California National Guard, UA House launched a project to provide helmets, body armor, and other personal protective equipment to civilians who play an indispensable role in the frontline areas. Our goal is to help doctors, journalists, volunteers, and police who are operating in the warzone and are in need of life-saving personal protective equipment.
UA HOUSE is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization (Registered Charity Number: C4181477) dedicated to raising awareness about Ukraine in the US and throughout the world and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
Your Support in Details
Water Treatment Equipment
Water Treatment Equipment
Water Treatment Equipment
Updates from Facebook
The Family Who Lost a Child in Shelling Share Their Story
I want to tell people not to keep what they have here, their apartments and houses, leave everything, it's not worth it. Take care of yourself, your family, and your loved ones.
Inside The War - Without Water
During the first few weeks of the attacks, Russians strategically targeted and destroyed the water systems of the Mykolaiv region. As a result, the city has no access to clean drinking water.
Inside The War - Kyiv
There are new rocket attacks on Kyiv. There are new victims. There is new destruction. Please continue supporting Ukraine.
The Story of a Family That Survived a Direct Hit by a Rocket
The shell landed suddenly out of nowhere, we didn't even understand what happened. It hit the kitchen window, broke the window and a half of the house. I was injured as well as the children. Fragments, glass, everything that the shell destroyed hit us, our faces, it blocked our eyes.
Inside The War - Destructions
About 800,000 Ukrainians lost their homes due to russian invasion. Russian troops destroyed more than 15 million square meters of Ukrainian housing. The most damage is in the Donetsk, Kharkiv, Kyiv and Chernihiv regions.
Inside the War - Tragedy
Reveal the realities of the war in Ukraine with new media project of Ukrainian American House “Inside the War"
Evacuation from Kyiv
This footage speaks louder than any words ever will. Over 20% of the entire Ukrainian Nation have been displaced since the conflict started. This is the reality Ukrainians are facing daily.