Supporting the women of Ukraine on International Women's Day, fighting to protect their families and their country. Donations can help.

Here are some places you can donate:

The British Red Cross, part of the Disasters Emergency Committee raising funds for food, medical supplies, shelter and water. Donate here.

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders, has a base in Ukraine. MSF is an independent and impartial organization committed to providing medical humanitarian assistance to people affected by the war no matter who they are or where they are. Donate here.

Save the Children, an international charity providing children with food, water and safety. Donate here.

If you want to support Ukrainian hospitals during the crisis, you can head to Support Hospital. This charity provides “trauma-related equipment and surgical tools”, along with other necessities. Donate here.

The Ukrainian Humanitarian Fund predominantly helps Eastern Ukraine, which has been the site of most attacks. Donate here.

The Kyiv Independent, is a media outlet and is attempting to keep the rest of the world updated with detailed reporting on its website and Twitter page. Donate here.

Donating to media outlets in Russia that are not controlled by Putin’s regime will help tell the truths of the war. Yo can donate to Meduza which is a Russian online newspaper or OVD-Info which focuses on human rights observance in Russia.

Polish charities. Here are some of the charities that will use the donations for feeding, housing, and helping refugees: Polish Humanitarian Action, the Polish Association for Legal Intervention,  Polish Center for International AidHIAS, and R2P.

Sunflower of Peace offers medical assistance and prepares first aid medical backpacks for paramedics and doctors on the frontlines. Donate here.

Voices of Children, provides support to Ukrainian children affected by the war. Donate here.

Nova Ukraine, a non-profit organisation that focuses on humanitarian aid to vulnerable populations in Ukraine. Donate here.