How can i help Ukraine from Canada
At the moment, a humanitarian catastrophe is taking place in Ukraine in the front-line towns and in the occupied territories. And the number of people affected is in the millions. Our project Gate to Ukraine is a link between people in Ukraine who need help and people who are ready to support affected families during this difficult time.
What is the best Canadian charity to donate to for Ukraine?
A special feature of the www.gate.org website is that people in Ukraine receive help from you directly to their bank account or debit card. Each family that applies for assistance undergoes a detailed check. And only after that our team of Ukrainians translates the video into English and publishes it. This way, every citizen of Canada who wishes to learn about the tragic events in Ukraine can hear it first hand from the people who have experienced it all. We all understand that one person or organization cannot help everyone, but if a single person supports a single family that needs help right now, this can change tens of thousands of people’s lives in Ukraine at the moment.
Support for Ukrainians
You have the opportunity to help families with children directly. Follow the link https://gate.org/fundraisers/ to see and learn the stories of people who have suffered from the war and need financial support. Some families are under occupation, and some people were forced to leave everything behind and leave in order to save their lives and the lives of their children.
Best way to donate to Ukraine from Canada
The best way is to donate directly to the affected family in Ukraine at https://gate.org/fundraisers/donate/. In most cases, transfers are made instantly, so any Canadian citizen can change someone’s life right now by donating $100. You can help not only a single family, but also make a donation for several families at once. For reference: a sum of $100 will allow a family with children to buy groceries for an entire month. If you watch people’s video messages, you will understand that humanitarian aid is not reaching the crucial parts of Ukraine where it is most needed. This is due to constant shelling in the front-line regions, as well as in the occupied territories.