Ukraine can win this war and you can help

OUR AIMS ARE:

 

▪ A sovereign Ukrainian state with territorial integrity and democratic politics.

▪ An enforceable peace settlement to prevent subsequent invasions of Ukraine.

▪ Minimizing loss of life, particularly of civilians, and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine and support for refugees.

what we are asking for

EXPEDITED MILITARY AID

The Russian military is bombarding residential areas and targeting civilians and evacuation zones. Incompletely or belatedly meeting Ukraine’s military needs increases the risk of a long and bloody war of attrition with high civilian casualties, war crimes, and genocide.

 

We ask Congress to work with the Administration to bolster Ukrainian airpower and tank forces, particularly in light of the monumental successes of the recent counteroffensive.

 

Europe will not be stable unless Ukraine prevails against the invasion. The United States must provide more advanced systems and munitions, in particular precision-strike long-range weapons, like ATACMS.

SANCTIONS

We ask members of Congress to strengthen sanctions to
decrease Russia’s capacity to make war, violate international humanitarian laws, and commit atrocities.

 

Sanctions must change incentive structures for individuals involved in carrying out the invasion.

 

The U.S. should target sanctions against material-service providers circumventing the Controlled Sales Regime and support Russian oil price cap efforts underway.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

The larger-scale economic support is imperative for Ukraine to keep fighting and win. Ukraine currently needs $5B per month to cover essential government services and keep its economy functioning.

MEDICAL SUPPLIES

 

Bulk orders (>300,000) of basic individual first aid kits (IFAKs) are the most pressing medical need.

STATE SPONSOR OF TERRORISM

 

The U.S. must designate Russia a State Sponsor of Terrorism.

what we are doing

what you can do

HOW you can join

Contact Politicians

The officials you elected have immense power to help Ukraine win this war and you have the power to ask them for assistance.

 

If you are in the US, you can contact your representatives and senators, as well as the White House.  We have some guides on how to do this, including a sample letter here: US Advocacy Guide

 

If you are outside of the US, the following document provides further information: Global Advocacy Guide

Post to your Social Media

Post to Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms.  Sample messages you can use are available here: Advocacy Messaging

 

We regularly organize collective calls to action such as Twitter storms and telethons.  Sign up for our newsletter below to hear about the next one.

Join a Rally

Information on rallies being held around the world: Global Rallies

 

We also post information on upcoming events on our Facebook page: Razom for Ukraine 

Contact Us

If you’re a community leader or have advocacy expertise, reach out to the team at advocacy@razomforukraine.org.   

FOllow us on facebook

Razom for Ukraine

Razom for Ukraine

50,936

Razom is building a prosperous Ukraine one project at a time.

https://razomforukraine.org

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Razom is incredibly honored to be invited to testify and share our (your!) story in front of the United States Congress at a hearing organized by the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the Helsinki Commission, titled “Crowdsourcing Victory:
Inside the Civil Society Campaign to Improve the Lethality and Survivability of the Ukrainian Military” on Wednesday 7 December 
The hearing will be webcast so mark your calendars now and tune in to watch Razom, Come Back Alive, Prytula Charity Foundation, and Blue/Yellow Ukraine speak about our work to help Ukraine. 💪 🇺🇦 
The team will be busy over the next week preparing for this absolutely historic event and making sure we’re able to accurately portray over 8 years of teamwork and perseverance, and especially the work of our volunteers on the ground in Ukraine and the United States since February 24 of this year. 
Together - we are Ukraine! 

#RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #StandWithUkraine #HelsinkiCommission #ComeBackAlive #PrytulaFoundation #SupportUkraine #UkraineWillWinImage attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

Razom is incredibly honored to be invited to testify and share our (your!) story in front of the United States Congress at a hearing organized by the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, also known as the Helsinki Commission, titled “Crowdsourcing Victory:

Inside the Civil Society Campaign to Improve the Lethality and Survivability of the Ukrainian Military” on Wednesday 7 December The hearing will be webcast so mark your calendars now and tune in to watch Razom, Come Back Alive, Prytula Charity Foundation, and Blue/Yellow Ukraine speak about our work to help Ukraine. 💪 🇺🇦 The team will be busy over the next week preparing for this absolutely historic event and making sure we’re able to accurately portray over 8 years of teamwork and perseverance, and especially the work of our volunteers on the ground in Ukraine and the United States since February 24 of this year. Together - we are Ukraine! #RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #StandWithUkraine #HelsinkiCommission #ComeBackAlive #PrytulaFoundation #SupportUkraine #UkraineWillWin ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago
Today, Razom was honored to take part in a candle lighting ceremony at the Holodomor Memorial in Washington DC. 

We thank H.E. Ambassador Oksana Markarova and the Embassy of Ukraine in the USA for the organization of this important commemorative event and their leadership in making sure the world, and especially the United States, remembers the victims of Holodomor-Genocide of 1932-1933 and learns the lessons of history. Thank you to Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt for his moving words during the ceremony. 

One such lesson is that russia is still on its rampage to destroy the Ukrainian nation and people. And we must not let it succeed. We must come together as a world community and stop the genocidal acts of russia now. 

#Holodomor #RazomAdvocacy #RazomForUkraine #StandWithUkraine #StopRussiaImage attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

Today, Razom was honored to take part in a candle lighting ceremony at the Holodomor Memorial in Washington DC. 

We thank H.E. Ambassador Oksana Markarova and the Embassy of Ukraine in the USA for the organization of this important commemorative event and their leadership in making sure the world, and especially the United States, remembers the victims of Holodomor-Genocide of 1932-1933 and learns the lessons of history. Thank you to Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt for his moving words during the ceremony. One such lesson is that russia is still on its rampage to destroy the Ukrainian nation and people. And we must not let it succeed. We must come together as a world community and stop the genocidal acts of russia now. #Holodomor #razomadvocacy #RazomForUkraine #StandWithUkraine #stoprussia ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Comment on Facebook

Let's pray for peace in this world

Irene Amrine

Today, the European Parliament recognizes Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.
Today, russia launched another massive missile attack on Ukrainian cities. Critical infrastructure facilities and residential buildings are severely damaged. There are major energy disruptions around Ukraine. Many cities and towns are left without electricity. There are victims among civilians.
80% of Ukraines capital Kyiv is without electricity supply. 
In 2018, US Congress recognized Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people.
Today, the US Congress needs to recognize russias actions in Ukraine as genocide. 
Contact your members of Congress today and ask them to support S.Res. 713 and H.Res. 1205 to recognize Russias actions in Ukraine as genocide.
For easy instructions on how to call, write, and Tweet your reps, go here:
https://www.votervoice.net/RAZOMFORUKRAINE/Campaigns/98795/Respond

#RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #StopRussia #StopPutin #StopGenocide #StandWithUkraine

Today, the European Parliament recognizes Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.

Today, russia launched another massive missile attack on Ukrainian cities. Critical infrastructure facilities and residential buildings are severely damaged. There are major energy disruptions around Ukraine. Many cities and towns are left without electricity. There are victims among civilians.80% of Ukraine's capital Kyiv is without electricity supply. In 2018, US Congress recognized Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people.Today, the US Congress needs to recognize russia's actions in Ukraine as genocide. Contact your members of Congress today and ask them to support S.Res. 713 and H.Res. 1205 to recognize Russia's actions in Ukraine as genocide.For easy instructions on how to call, write, and Tweet your reps, go here:www.votervoice.net/RAZOMFORUKRAINE/Campaigns/98795/Respond#RazomForUkraine #razomadvocacy #stoprussia #StopPutin #StopGenocide #StandWithUkraine ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago
“Starvation is now used as a weapon in the entire world,” said Ukrainian Ambassador to the United Nationa Sergiy Kyslytsya to the large crowd at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, which gathered to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, Stalins 1932-1933 Famine Genocide in Ukraine. Ninety years ago the leaders in Moscow starved Ukrainians and now their invasion is causing a world food crisis. 828 million people around the world experience hunger. The most recent russian invasion of Ukraine is exacerbating that pain. “We cannot let the world starve. The resilience is in our DNA,” added H.E. Mr. Kyslytsya. 
Our resolve to end the evil unleashed unto the world is stronger than ever. Let us remember, never forget, and let us work together to make the world a better place - starting with recognizing the Holodomor as a genocide and stopping the current genocide of Ukrainians by russia, 90 years later. 

#StandWithUkraine #RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #HolodomorImage attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

“Starvation is now used as a weapon in the entire world,” said Ukrainian Ambassador to the United Nationa Sergiy Kyslytsya to the large crowd at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, which gathered to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, Stalin's 1932-1933 Famine Genocide in Ukraine. Ninety years ago the leaders in Moscow starved Ukrainians and now their invasion is causing a world food crisis. 828 million people around the world experience hunger. The most recent russian invasion of Ukraine is exacerbating that pain. “We cannot let the world starve. The resilience is in our DNA,” added H.E. Mr. Kyslytsya.

Our resolve to end the evil unleashed unto the world is stronger than ever. Let us remember, never forget, and let us work together to make the world a better place - starting with recognizing the Holodomor as a genocide and stopping the current genocide of Ukrainians by russia, 90 years later. #StandWithUkraine #RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #Holodomor ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
Razom was happy to take part in “Ukrainian Days” on the Hill in Washington DC this week, as organized by the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America and the Ukrainian National Information Service. 🇺🇸 🇺🇦 
Members of the Razom Advocacy Team, many of whom led delegations of different states, took part in meetings with different congressional offices and advocated concertedly for more support of Ukraine. 
It was great to meet so many new people and work together #Razom to help Ukraine using the tools of democracy and representation.  
Thank you to UCCA and UNIS for organizing the second “Ukrainian Days” this year and we look forward to further cooperation. 🤝 
#RazomAdvocacy #RazomForUkraine #StandWithUkraine Ukrainian Congress Committee of AmericaImage attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

Razom was happy to take part in “Ukrainian Days” on the Hill in Washington DC this week, as organized by the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America and the Ukrainian National Information Service. 🇺🇸 🇺🇦

Members of the Razom Advocacy Team, many of whom led delegations of different states, took part in meetings with different congressional offices and advocated concertedly for more support of Ukraine. It was great to meet so many new people and work together #Razom to help Ukraine using the tools of democracy and representation. Thank you to UCCA and UNIS for organizing the second “Ukrainian Days” this year and we look forward to further cooperation. 🤝 #RazomAdvocacy #RazomForUkraine #StandWithUkraine Ukrainian Congress Committee of America ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Comment on Facebook

Hello good afternoon I ask for help from you I am from Colombia and I have my puppy hospitalized could not let him die they detected parvovirus and still has not come out and the account goes up and up every day we need the support of alo

Please help me for my children, please

Load more

Your support and your donations are crucial to our advocacy effort! Every dollar will help advocate for Ukraine on the Hill, at the UN and in mass media.

Note: You will be redirected to a new page for processing.