Our members and partners on the ground keep updating us as the needs change. If you would like to provide direct support, you can contact:
- The Polish Association for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (PSONI), member of the Polish Disability Forum.
Bank transfers from abroad for support for refugees with disabilities:
Organisation: Polskie Stowarzyszenie na Rzecz Osob z Niepelnosprawnoscia Intelektualna
Address: Ul. Glogowa 2 B, 02-639 Warsaw
IBAN: PL04 1240 5992 1111 0000 4774 4970
Title: Help for Ukraine
The funds received will be earmarked for short-term and long-term accessible accommodation, accessible transportation to cross the border, rehabilitation equipment (e.g. wheelchairs, crutches, rehabilitation beds…), medical supplies (e.g. catheters, diaper pants…), food, assistant and psychological support, translators of Polish to/from Ukrainian/Russian, etc.
- Inclusion Europe in coordination with Ukraine VGO Coalition is helping persons with intellectual disabilities and families affected by war. 100% of the money collected will be used directly to assist Ukrainian citizens with intellectual disabilities and their families impacted by war in Ukraine. The money will go directly to VGO Coalition and their local organisations so they can buy food, water, medicines, hygiene products, and other goods they need urgently. The money will also be used to pay for personal assistance, and other community-based forms of support to people with intellectual disabilities and their families. You can donate directly on Inclusion Europe’s website.
- The National Assembly of People with Disabilities of Ukraine. The NAPD is working in Ukraine, helping directly persons with disabilities trapped in the country.
Bank transfers from abroad for support:
Organisation: Ukrainian Public Association “National Assembly of People with Disabilities”
Address: 11-b Bul’varno-Kudryavs’ka street, Kyiv, 04053, Ukraine
Bank: Joint Stock Company «The State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine»
Correspondent Bank: Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
IBAN: UA 83 322313 0000026001000039141
SWIFT: DEUT DE FF EUR
- Abilis Foundation, a Finnish development aid agency, has been working in Ukraine for many years. In this war situation, support is continued and financial support transferred through reliable organisations with whom Abilis has been working earlier. Transferred money is used for food, water, medicine and other necessities. Evacuation costs and basic needs of Ukrainian refugees with disabilities can be also covered by Abilis donations.
Organisation: Abilis Foundation
Address: Lintulahdenkatu 10, Helsinki, Finland
Bank: Helsingin OP Pankki Oyj
IBAN: FI71 5541 2820 0200 72
Title: Aid to Ukraine
Fight For Right is working around the clock to evacuate Ukrainians with disabilities and support those who have evacuated to nearby countries. All funds will be used to transport people to safe places and give these people financial support, and to buy food and medicine for people who cannot evacuate.
Make your donation through GoFundMe site
Fight For Right has also a hot line for emergency cases: +380978831508
Health Prom is working to support and save lives of children with disabilities in Ukraine. Since 2015 HealthProm has supported a network of over 50 parent-led NGOs, across Ukraine, to campaign for Early Intervention services for children with disabilities and their families. With a lifelong commitment to all vulnerable children, they have been instrumental in developing a new, inclusive, approach to child disability. From Lviv in the west, to the regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, they remain united in their determination to protect all vulnerable children in Ukraine.
Make your donation through Healt Prom website
The Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies is a disability-led organization that prioritizes equity, access, disability rights, disability justice, and full inclusion of people with disabilities, older adults, and people with access and functional needs before, during and after disasters and emergencies. Funds donated will go to support the Global Alliance for Resource Acceleration, Ukrainian disability-led organizations, and United States veterans on the ground to help people with disabilities find safety from the ravages of the invasion.
Make your donation through The Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies website
Voices of the children is an Ukrainian organization based in Donetsk and Luhansk regions since 2015. They are providing psychological and psychosocial support to children. It helps them overcome the consequences of armed conflict and develop. All efforts are directed to the evacuation and urgent help to the injured from war operations on the frontline.
Make your donation through Voices of Children website
Pani Patrones is supporting women who suffered from domestic violence in Ukraine. They are helping women from the areas of fire to travel further to the west. Now they also helping women who are victims of sexual violence in wartime to draw up protocols.
More information and how to make financial support through their Facebook page (information in Ukrainian)