1. Provide funding to save Ukrainian lives

– The Embassy of Ukraine to the UK set up a special fund to provide humanitarian assistance to Ukraine’s civilian population. Please, donate to the account below: https://withukraine.org/

– The National Bank of Ukraine has decided to open a special fundraising account to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine: https://bank.gov.ua/…/natsionalniy-bank-vidkriv…

– Ukraine: Support the Ukrainian army: Повертайся Живим / ‘Come Back Alive’, a Kyiv-based charity, provides Ukraine’s Armed Forces with equipment, software, personal body protection, training, etc: https://savelife.in.ua/en/donate/

– UK: British-Ukrainian Aid supports victims of the ongoing war, orphaned children, IDPs, the wounded, etc.

– Ukrainian education platform for humanitarian help.

National Bank’s account for Humanitarian help.

  1. Write to your MPs

It is very important to keep the British politicians updated on the situation in Ukraine. We invite you to contact your MPs with the letters revealing how they can be helpful and how they can influence the political discussions within the British government. It is essential to keep Ukraine’s sovereignty a visible topic in the media and government policies. Please find the template of the letter here.

3. Join the Cambridge For Ukraine demonstrations. 

All the latest news and event announcements are posted on our FB page (Cambridge University Ukrainian Society) and ‘Cambridge For Ukraine’ Twitter. See our calendar to learn more about the dates of the protests.

5 thoughts on “How you can support Ukraine right now

  1. Belarus may be joining the war against ukraine. Protesters there and also in russia need to organise now and blockade key routes and military supply lines into ukaine to make a stand. Much like how Ottawa Canada freedom convoy protests choked supply lines to a city gor over a month. Losing a vehicle will be the last thing on the mind if a global nuclear war breaks out.

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  2. Hello all
    My name is Becki and I’m a part time student at ARU. I just wanted to say to you that I am so deeply sorry for the current situation, and the worry you must have for your families and home country. Sadly I don’t live in Cambridge so won’t be able to attend the vigil, but please know that you have my support and I truly hope for a good resolution soon.
    Sending lots of love,
    Becki

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  3. We have a granny flat which is available rent free for the use of Ukranians here and unable to get home or for Ukrainians refugees in the UK having difficulty finding short term (months) accomodation. Address:.3 Primrose Lane, Waterbeach, Cambridge, CB25 9JZ.
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    From Dr ACJ (John) and Brenda McLean,Home tel 01223 862251 Mob 077324382382 We are both in our early 80s. John is semiretired but still registered as a GP with ongoing cinical/engineering interests.
    Anexe has its own parking and separate entranceoff Wiles Close, Double bedroom, bathroom with shower and bath, kitchen and sitting area with tV. Spiral staircase leading up to mezzanine which has one single bed and at a pinch two. This has been for the use of family and friends. The primary school is 5 mins walk away, railway is 15mins walk away, village shops etc.
    Any takers-please ring after consuliting the Cambridge/Ukranian Society.. We hope the society will help with advice re priorities if there are several takers.
    ,

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  4. Britain must sort out the brexit/tory failures immediately and grant visas to the Ukranians NOW.

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