Posted: February 24, 2022 | Last updated: November 1, 2022
Ukraine and Ukrainians needs our support. Humanitarian aid is needed in response to russia’s war against the Ukrainian people within the internationally recognized borders of Ukraine’s territory. Ukrainian peoples’ right to peaceful self-determination must be protected, and humanitarian assistance is needed to help those injured and displaced by these acts of war.
Together with its member credit unions, the Council of Ukrainian Credit Unions of Canada urges Canadians to support and donate to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal campaign administered by the Canada-Ukraine Foundation.
As of September 15, 2022, the Canada-Ukraine Foundation has raised over $22-million and distributed over $22-million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine.1
The Canada-Ukraine Foundation is a Canadian charitable organization located in Toronto, Ontario. Updates about the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal and humanitarian aid disbursements to Ukraine are available at cufoundation.ca. Additional information about the organization is available at cufoundation.ca/about.
The United Nations’ report on the humanitarian needs in Ukraine are reported in latest UN Humanitarian Impact Situation Report (click to open).2
- Province of Ontario – Read the announcement (ontario.ca)
- Province of Alberta – Read the announcement (alberta.ca)
- Province of Saskatchewan – Read the announcement (saskatchewan.ca)
- Province of Nova Scotia – Read the announcement (novascotia.ca)
- Province of Manitoba – Read the announcement (cufoundation.ca)
|1||Canada-Ukraine Foundation, September 15, 2022, https://www.cufoundation.ca/3m-total-funds-raised-during-the-two-week-matching-pledge-from-martha-rogers/.|
|2||United Nations, Ukraine: Humanitarian Impact Situation Report, https://www.unocha.org/ukraine (website), https://reliefweb.int/node/3829024 (March 18, 2022 report), https://reliefweb.int/node/3828846 (March 18, 2022 IDP update).|