Ukrainians and friends of Ukraine threw themselves into supporting Ukraine any way they could these past few weeks. We’ve heard stories of people emptying the shelves of Costco and bringing their entire supplies closets in boxes to shipping centers all over the world. With the heavy flow of supplies going daily across the ocean to Ukraine, it was only a matter of time until Razom’s partnership with Meest America, Inc. shipping company would require additional support. 


Meest-America,  Razom, the Ukrainian Community Foundation of Philadelphia (UKRCFP) have agreed that donations made to pay the cost of shipping humanitarian supplies donated by members of the Ukrainian communities and friends of Ukraine across the United States will be directed to UKRCFP.  The foundation will manage and transfer these donated funds directly to Meest-America to offset the costs incurred by Meest-America in connection with their work in providing donated crucial humanitarian aid to Ukraine. The donations made to UKRCFP will be used to defray shipping costs incurred by Meest in the transportation of those items.  


This humanitarian aid shipment support is in addition to our work focused on tacmed and emergency medical supplies as part of the Razom Emergency Response project. Both humanitarian aid and tacmed/medical supplies are important parts of the project, but require slightly different logistical approaches.

Donate today to deliver much-needed humanitarian aid.

Note: You will be redirected to Ukrainian Community Foundation of Philadelphia (UKRCFP), a charitable organization under Section 501 (c) (3) organization, for payment.

Learn more about Razom Emergency Response and the latest updates.

Russia has again hit Ukraine in a massive missile attack, aiming at multiple cities and destroying Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kyiv – the biggest and most modern facility to treat complicated cases of cancer and heart disease in children.

Razom Health is on the ground, ready to mobilize supplies, equipment and work with partners aid and assist.

You can help support our teams already volunteering and working to help innocent victims of the Okhmatdyt tragedy and other healthcare facilities in Ukraine that are under regular threat of attack.