Ukraine Relief Efforts

PCPC and our member companies stand united with the international community to support the Ukrainian people, who deserve to live and work in peace. Many of our companies are funding relief efforts in Ukraine by donating to NGOs on the ground, supporting U.S.-based and international organizations focused on helping refugees displaced by the violence, and donating essential care and hygiene supplies. As a global industry, we urge a swift end to this conflict and continue to keep our employees and communities throughout the world in our thoughts.

In addition to working with local partners and organizations, industry efforts have supported the organizations listed below. To learn more about these organizations and how you or your company can help, please click on the links. PCPC will continue to monitor and communicate important updates.

  • British Red Cross supports people in Ukraine, providing psychosocial support and essentials such as food and fuel.
  • CARE’s Ukraine Crisis Fund supports 4 million people with immediate aid and recovery, food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance, prioritizing women and girls, families, and the elderly.
  • Direct Relief is working with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other groups in the region to provide requested medical aid – from oxygen concentrators to critical care medicines – while preparing to offer longer-term aid to people displaced or affected by the war.
  • International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is working closely with the Ukrainian Red Cross Society and has increased its response to the humanitarian needs in Ukraine. ICRC support includes emergency assistance, such as food, water and other essential items; medical equipment and emergency preparedness for hospitals and primary healthcare facilities; water station repair and household support to rehabilitate damaged homes; and helping families separated by the conflict reconnect.
  • Global Impact’s Ukraine Response Fund supports multiple Charity Alliance partners, including International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee and Project HOPE, to distribute medial staff and supplies for lifesaving care; protect refugees, many of whom are women and children; supply healthy food, clean water and reliable power; provide mental and emotional support; and reunite separated families.
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). With support from IFRC, national societies in surrounding countries assist people leaving Ukraine with shelter, basic aid items and medical supplies.
  • International Health Partners (IHP) is sending an initial shipment of more than 47,000 medicines to support healthcare systems facing enormous pressures because of the war in Ukraine.
  • International Medical Corps. International Medical Corps’ teams in Ukraine and the surrounding region are responding to the conflict by expanding access to medical and mental health services for those living in affected communities and working to help refugees.
  • International Rescue Committee (IRC) is on the ground in Poland supporting displaced children and families with vital supplies.
  • Nova Ukraine has mobilized support teams throughout Ukraine and in neighboring countries to help Ukrainian refugees, providing immediate relief with food, medical and personal hygiene supplies, and baby care items.
  • Randstad, a global HR company, is working with companies, including beauty and personal care products companies, to identify job opportunities for those displaced by the war. 
  • Razom is providing critical medical supplies and amplifying the voices of Ukrainians. 
  • Red Cross provides lifesaving aid to those in need — both in the country and in neighboring areas. 
  • Save the Children’s Emergency Fund. Save the Children’s on-the-ground teams work in the hardest-to-reach places to deliver essential humanitarian aid.
  • Sunflower of Peace Foundation collaborates with established organizations and institutions committed to helping Ukraine, providing medical and humanitarian aid that paramedics and doctors will use in the areas affected by the violence in Ukraine.
  • UNHCR – The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) works with authorities, UN agencies, internally displaced community groups and partners to provide humanitarian assistance.
  • UNICEF is working to scale up lifesaving support and essential services for children and their families.
  • World Central Kitchen serves meals to families across Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Moldova and Hungary.