Save Ukraine
Crowdfunding campaign
Support our crowdfunding campaign for Ukraine and donate for drones for the 108th Bataillon of Armed Forces of Ukraine, groceries and first aid supplies for the soldiers, for the housing project Co-Haty, and for the radio station of the Ukrainian Society of the Blind.
Last spring, we launched our first fundraising campaigns. Dekabristen e.V., in cooperation with Ukrainian partner organizations and Berlin-based activists, received donations of 25,000 euros and could provide first aid kits and medical equipment to Kyiv, humanitarian aid to Kharkiv, humanitarian aid and support for Ukrainian refugees with disabilities in Germany, covered costs of the visit of teenagers from Mariupol at documenta15 in Kassel, and supported our partner in Zaporizhzhya, who helps Ukrainian troops with groceries and supplies. We thank you for your donations, support and solidarity!

Today we are again talking about donations for our partner organizations. We continue to raise funds for new housing for IDPs and for support of the Ukrainian army with drinking water, food, ammunition and reconnaissance drones. Below are more details on the initiatives we support. We also encourage you to donate to other funds and organizations that help Ukraine. We have selected some notable and trustworthy ones, which you can find in the list below.
Whom can you support donating to us?
  • Purchasing a reconnaissance drone for the Ukrainian Army
    We are fundraising to purchase a DJI Mavic 3T Thermal Enterprise drone for the 108th Separate Mountain Assault Battalion. The battalion will use the drone in the Bakhmut direction, the most difficult one at the moment, for intelligence and artillery adjustment.
  • Soldatski prival (marching break)
    Oleg Loktev, an artist and activist from Zaporizhzhia, participated in our exhibition on political cartoons in 2015 in Berlin. Oleg has been helping Ukrainian troops since the beginning of the Russian invasion with drinking water, groceries and first aid goods, also thanks to your donations received in June and July. We'll transfer your donation directly to Oleg and he will supply local troops with water, clothing, groceries and other things that they currently need.
  • LASKA is a social and charitable project founded to change the cultural landscape and improve social needs in Kyiv, Ukraine. Their goal is to form a community of people united by the idea of conscious consumption and to contribute to the solution of local environmental problems, giving things a new life. Since the beginning of the full-scale war, LASKA has been providing humanitarian assistance to internally displaced people, supporting humanitarian funds, and sending a percentage of the proceeds to various humanitarian organizations.
  • Co-Haty is a housing project for people who lost their homes due to war, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. They implement architectural and urban expertise, cooperate with local governments and property owners, raise budgets for repairing and furnishing and coordinate the construction process.
  • Support the unique radio station of the Ukrainian Society of the Blind. Radiostation needs batteries to operate in conditions of constant power outages and blackouts.

    Internet radio station "Homer" helps visually impaired people overcome the lack of information and feeling of isolation and tells how the war has changed the lives of visually sight-challenged people. Journalists and authors of programs - also visually impaired people - are forced to work in difficult conditions during the war. Due to a power outage in Ukraine, the broadcast of the radio station is often interrupted, and with it an important channel of support and information is cut off. Your help is important not only for the journalists of the radio station itself, but also for their listeners who are forced to live in evacuation or in war conditions.
How to donate?
If you want to support one of our partners in Ukraine, please donate via Paypal or by bank transfer to Dekabristen e.V. with the purpose “Save Ukraine”. You can also indicate which of the partners you would like to support in the comments on the transfer. For donations over 100 Euros, please use bank transfer only. Our payment reference:
To donate via PayPal, please transfer the money to with a commentary “Save Ukraine”, and optionally indicate a partner of your choice.
Bank transfer
DE20 12030000 1020168561
with the purpose “Save Ukraine”, and optionally indicate a partner of your choice.

Donate directly to these initiatives
Serhii Prytula Charitable Foundation
Serhii Prytula has been helping the Ukrainian Army as a private volunteer since Russia occupied Crimea and Donbas in 2014. His foundation procures equipment, supplies, medical supplies, and vehicles for the military. Another area of work is humanitarian aid.

UNITED24 - Initiative of the President of Ukraine
UNITED24 was launched by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy as the main venue for collecting charitable donations in support of Ukraine. Funds will be transferred to the official accounts of the National Bank of Ukraine and allocated by assigned ministries to cover the most pressing needs.

Come Back Alive
Launched in 2014, Come Back Alive became the most prominent organization providing support to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The fund’s mission is limited to supplying technology, trainings, and accouterments to help save lives of Ukrainians and help Ukrainian warriors to defend Ukraine.

Housing restoration
Livyj Bereh
A volunteer group based in Kyiv and working in regions affected by the war.

Military support
National Bank of Ukraine for Ukraine’s Armed Forces
A special account to raise funds for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Army SOS
Funding of defensive strategies and tools for the Ukrainian Army.

Medical supplies
Leleka Foundation
Leleka’s current projects are focused on first aid, evacuation, and definitive care of war casualties in Ukraine. They buy tactical first aid supplies, medical evacuation vehicles and hospital equipment.

Razom for Ukraine
This project provides urgent help and support in the face of an extreme or unforeseen situation in Ukraine. Razom delivers tactical medicine items, hospital supplies, tech-enabled emergency, and humanitarian aid.

United Help Ukraine
United Help Ukraine is a charitable non-profit organization. They focus on helping with medical supplies, personal protective, medical, and survival equipment, help Ukrainian wounded and raise awareness.

The Hospitallers Battalion
The Hospitallers Battalion is a voluntary organization of paramedics founded at the beginning of the hostilities in Ukraine in 2014. Donations for the battalion are spent on medicines and medical supplies for wounded Ukrainian defenders.

Humanitarian aid
National Bank of Ukraine for Humanitarian Assistance to Ukrainians
Money transferred to this account will be used by the Ministry of Social Policy:
  • to provide food and shelter for refugees and citizens that have been displaced due to military conflict
  • to provide clothing, shoes, and medicine for them
  • to buy staple goods for the population
  • to pay out one-off financial aid and to meet other essential needs of the population.

HelpUkraine is accepting humanitarian aid from all over the world in a warehouse in Poland and delivering it to Ukraine.

Operation Palyanytsya
Operation Palyanytsya is providing immediate humanitarian help on the ground.

Stay Safe UA
Stay Safe UA is providing emergency support to citizens living near the front line, helping evacuate local Ukrainians living on the front lines and driving donated ambulances and SUVs to hospitals located in the eastern regions of Kharkiv and Donbas.

Financial aid

Voices of Children
Voices of Children give psychological and psychosocial support to children who suffered as a result of war operations.

Kyiv Independent
The Kyiv Independent team has worked tirelessly to bring the world trusted, important information about the facts on the ground since the start of war.

Mental health services providers
Asylum seekers and refugees are more likely to experience poor mental health than the local population including higher rates of depression, PTSD and other anxiety disorders.

International Medical Corps
Project Hope