Save Ukraine

About Save Ukraine

Save Ukraine is a children and families rescue network, established in 2014 as a response to russian military aggression.

Save Ukraine established the country’s biggest network of hubs which are helping Ukrainians who have suffered from the war. A part of them is working on the basis of churches and religious organizations. The organization helps the most vulnerable groups, including orphans and children with disabilities, families with children, large and foster families, people with reduced mobility, people with disabilities, severely ill patients and the elderly.

Save Ukraine’s newest initiative is the rescue missions for children deported to russia. These missions are far more complicated than our regular evacuations. They involve the identification of the deported children’s whereabouts, careful planning, international travel to the aggressor's territory, and extra expenses. So far, 118 children were brought back from russia and temporarily occupied territories to Ukraine.

According to Ukrainian web portal ‘Children of War’ more than 19,500 Ukrainian children were deported to russia, meanwhile in russian open sources this number increases to 744,000 children.

More than 6,000 young Ukrainians have been sent to re-education facilities in russian territories and Ukrainian temporarily occupied areas under the guise of "recovery".

Save Ukraine is a partner organization of A Family For Every Orphan, a registered 501c3. All donations are tax-deductible.

For more ways to give (via ACH/wire, check, or other gift options) please visit: and note "Save Ukraine" in the memo of your gift.

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Thank you for your heart for the children and families in Ukraine!