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Stand with Ukraine

We have collected all the most important and reliable information: how, when and where all of us can STAND with Ukraine and help. Please take a look and act.



Lithuanian-based non-government volunteers organization, supporting Ukraine, its Armed Forces and the civil population against Russia aggression since 2014. 

Come Back Alive
Ukraine based non-governmental organization that helps Ukrainian soldiers, specializing in technical support.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine
Material, technical and medical support directly to the Armed Forces of Ukraine


Volunteering activities


National Volunteer Support Coordination Center
Volunteer organization coordinating accommodation, ride-hailing service and other needs of refugees from Ukraine in Lithuania. 


Kaunas City Municipality


The government institution of Kaunas registers everybody that would like to help Ukrainian refugees in Kaunas by offering accommodation, financial support, or contributing with other resources. 
Registration: Ukraina@kaunas.lt, +370 616 45772


Red Cross Lithuania


The international humanitarian organization calls for volunteers in Lithuania to provide technical, psychological and first-aid help for refugees from Ukraine (volunteers get training), as well as help to deal with technical tasks related to the reception of refugees. 

More info (Lithuanian only)

Blood Donation Center


National Center collecting blood donations to collect blood reserves. 
More info


Trusted information sources


News website “Kyiv Independent” 

News website “Kyiv Post”

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania

Live map of events in Ukraine 

Commander-in-Chief of Armed Forces of Ukraine


The information about emergency preparedness in Lithuania


Emergency preparedness includes risk assessment, action planning, and education. To inform about these factors, the Fire and Rescue Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania (FRD) reminds the residents that all-important information about emergency preparedness can be found on the updated website.

Here you will learn how to prepare for a disaster and how to deal with naturaltechnical, or social hazards. The website also publishes instructions on how to prepare for the accident at the Belarusian nuclear power plant, which must be taken care of within 72 hours and other current news.


Photo: M. Plepys




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