As the invasion began, four heartbroken friends in New Hampshire could not look away.
With your help, the nonprofit Common Man for Ukraine raised and delivered more than $2.3 million in relief from 2,500 different donors in 2022.
This led to a whole lot of good for the orphans, children and families who were otherwise left devastated by war.
So far, Common Man for Ukraine has delivered:
• 700+ tons of food
• 10,000 sleeping bags
• Hundreds of generators
• More than $400,000 toward kids' mental health services
Now, there's more good to do. Join us.
As the war in Ukraine continues, the orphans, children and families struggling to survive still need our help in 2023.
Common Man for Ukraine - together with our Rotary partners in Ukraine and Poland - puts boots on the ground to find the real need and learn how to effectively deliver that relief.
Join our mission.
Donations of all sizes make a real difference.
Mental Health Matters.
That's why Common Man for Ukraine has funded a 3-year trauma counseling center for up to 50 Ukrainian refugee children in Poland.
With your help, Common Man for Ukraine purchased a bloodmobile that is now deployed in eastern Ukraine – collecting and distributing blood to field hospitals.
Three mini-houses provided by Common Man for Ukraine are part of a larger, multi-organization effort to provide temporary housing in a bombed suburb of Kyiv.
These houses are designed to be a temporary home, before being relocated to other war-ravaged areas.
Common Man for Ukraine sponsors three, 2-week sessions for 35 Ukrainian orphans.
Sessions are held in a Polish mountain resort areas and provide psychological support for war trauma and loss.