The current conflict between Russia and Ukraine has placed millions of civilians at the center of a humanitarian crisis. Many Ukranian citizens have been forced to flee their homes, leaving their families and livelihoods behind in a desperate bid for survival. Without basic resources such as food, clean water, and safe shelters, millions of Ukrainians are currently at risk.
As an industry leader building a better future for people, organizations, and the planet, we believe it is our duty to use our platform to support relief efforts for the current crisis in Ukraine. Following our core value of Doing Well and Doing Good, we at Liquidity Services are providing resources to ensure the safety of team members in affected areas, as well as supporting organizations whose efforts provide direct relief to displaced Ukrainian citizens.
Please consider donating to any or all of these organizations:
To further support our relief efforts, Liquidity Services will match 100% of all contributions to Mercy Corps until April 30, 2022.
This organization is a global team of 5,600 humanitarians working to create a world where everyone can prosper. In more than 40 countries affected by crisis, disaster, poverty and climate change they work alongside communities, local governments, forward-thinking corporations and social entrepreneurs to meet urgent needs and develop long-term solutions to make lasting change possible.
Mercy Corps is on the ground in Ukraine, Romania, and Poland, working quickly to understand the evolving humanitarian needs. They are already meeting urgent needs by funding local organizations that know their community needs best. They plan to provide emergency cash assistance and connect people on the move with information, such as where to access basic services, information on safe routes, and legal rights.
To further support our relief efforts, Liquidity Services will match 100% of all contributions to World Central Kitchen until April 30, 2022.
This organization helps devastated communities recover and establish resilient food systems by providing meals to communities in need. Since the Ukraine-Russia conflict began, World Central Kitchen has established 8 food stations along the Ukraine border and 5 within Ukrainian cities, serving thousands of meals to citizens escaping the country.
This organization serves as a first responder during global disasters and crises, providing humanitarian aid in the form of evacuations, relocations, and resources to displaced individuals. The Global Empowerement Mission currently operates a travel relocation center in Medyka along the Poland/Ukraine border, welcoming displaced Ukrainian families and utilizing donations to facilitate transportation to other European countries where refugees may have family or friends.
This organization works to protect victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence, working in conjunction with the Ukrainian Red Cross to deliver food, potable water, and medical supplies to refugees in critical areas throughout Ukraine. In the first week of the conflict, the ICRC delivered 3,000 liters of potable water to Dokuchaevsk hospital and sent 7,000 liters to Donetsk municipality. The organization aims to help more than 3 million people in Ukraine access clean water, and improve the living conditions of more than 66,000 whose homes have been impacted by this conflict.
This organization supports humanitarian assistance in impacted communities in Ukraine and surrounding regions where Ukrainian refugees have fled, partnering with local organizations to bring relief to displaced communities. Donations to GlobalGiving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund will be used to provide refugees with shelter, food, clean water, health and psychosocial support, and access to economic assistance.