I got this list from a newsletter I get from the folks at the never Trump website The Bulwark. It looks like a good list, and I trust those folks not to link to anything stupid. But as with anything, check and beware
How to Help
With luck, Ukrainians will eventually get all the help they need from various governmental organizations. So I don’t think there’s much need for normal folks to try to donate, say, weaponry. The way to leverage giving is to try to find the cracks where large-scale assistance takes longer to ramp up.
So here are some organizations that people have suggested to me that might be useful ways for you to help.
International Red Cross: Surging aid to refugees fleeing to Poland.
Ukrainian Red Cross: Direct aid to the in-country branch.
World Central Kitchen: Getting food to refugees and to those who remain in Ukraine.
MOAS: Helping to bring medical aid to Ukrainian civilians.
JDC: Getting aid to vulnerable Ukrainian Jews.
Ocalenie Foundation: A Polish group helping refugees as they arrive.
Caritas: Has two in-country organizations helping with personal kits, water, and information for displaced Ukrainians.
Razom: Medical supplies and democracy protection.
Kyiv Independent: A free-press operation reporting from Ukraine.
Timothy Snyder has some more direct places to give, because of his on-the-ground contacts in Ukraine. See here. And Professor Beth Gazley, who studies nonprofits, has a short, helpful guide on how to get the maximum leverage for your donations.