Families in crisis need your support today

I would like to give

can provide a social worker for one week to support displaced families

Other amount

Can provide warm blankets to families living in a refugee camp

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible

The effects of conflict are felt for years if not generations

Many of the most vulnerable in Ukraine are living every day with conflict and are in immediate need of shelter, food, clean water and medical support. Millions more have fled to neighbouring countries where they too are in need of urgent support.

Caritas Australia's partners are on the ground, both in Ukraine and neighbouring countries, providing humanitarian aid and relief.

Your help is needed now. 

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Our partners are on the ground in times of crisis, providing:

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Emergency Shelter For Ukrainians Who Have Fled The Conflict In Dohobrych, On The Ukrainian Polish Border. Photo Caritas Ukraine.

EMERGENCY SHELTERS

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Sandwiches And Hot Drinks For Ukrainians Who Have Fled The Conflict In Dohobrych, On The Ukrainian Polish Border. Photo Caritas Ukraine

FOOD & CLEAN WATER

PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT

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A volunteer working at the Kitchen for the Homeless in Kyiv in 2021. Photo: Caritas Spes, Ukraine.

MEDICAL SUPPORT

Donate now

I would like to give

can provide a social worker for one week to support displaced families

Other amount

Can provide warm blankets to families living in a refugee camp

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible

The funds raised through this appeal will be used to provide immediate and longer-term humanitarian assistance to communities affected by the conflict in Ukraine, and to displaced Ukrainians in neighbouring countries. Caritas Australia will use these donations through our partners in Ukraine and neighbouring countries where possible. 

Where this is not possible, the funds will be used to provide immediate and longer-term humanitarian assistance to communities affected by crises across the world. If any excess funds remain after a crisis, or if there are changes in circumstances beyond our control that limit our ability to use the funds, they are kept in the Emergency Response Appeal so that we can respond to ongoing needs and future crises across all our regions.