February 19 – March 17, 2024

Ukraine Support Resources

January 29, 2024


Art Shield

Art Shield is a non-profit connecting theatres in the US and Europe. They are currently raising funds to assist Ukrainian arts organizations impacted by the invasion. In addition, they are working to document the stories of Ukrainians living through this war.


The full-scale invasion in Ukraine is about to enter its third year. In honor of Sasha Denisova’s world premiere production of My Mama and the Full-Scale Invasion, please consider making a donation to Blue Check, an NGO that identifies, vets, and fast-tracks urgent financial support to Ukrainian NGOs and aid initiatives providing life-saving and other critical humanitarian work on the front lines of Russia’s war on Ukraine.

Right now, BlueCheck is focused on providing relief for the elderly in Ukraine, which resonates with the story that Sasha is telling on the Wilma stage. My Mama and the Full-Scale Invasion runs January 30 to February 18.


Razom for Ukraine was created during the revolution in Ukraine in 2014. Throughout the war, Razom for Ukraine has supported health institutions, held toy drives for children of injured veterans, provided mental health care, and more.

The Ukrainian Women’s Fund

The Ukrainian Women’s Fund is primarily focused on advancing women’s rights and issues in Ukraine. During the war, they have focused on providing aid, creating shelters, assisting with refugees, helping women find medical and psychological support, and creating safe information sharing systems.


United24 is a charity run by the Ukrainian government. They create projects in several different sectors, including defense, medical aid, rebuilding Ukraine, education, science, and humanitarian aid.

United Help Ukraine

Created in 2014, United Help Ukraine is a nonprofit dedicated to providing humanitarian and medical assistance to the people of Ukraine.

Show your support

Contact Elected Officials

Website to find your local representative:

Some calls to action you can urge them to take include supporting funding for Ukraine (especially organizations that support marginalized communities) and supporting countries taking in Ukrainian refugees. You can also urge them to support the bill naming Russia a state sponsor of terrorism. For more information, visit the website:

Sponsoring a Ukrainian Refugee

If you have the resources, you can choose to sponsor Ukrainian refugees. To find out the eligibility requirements and what forms to complete, please reference the website:

Stay Informed

These news sources provide reliable updates and infographics on the current situation in Ukraine.