Humanitarian Aid

The support that the Ukrainian community receives these days is absolutely tremendous.

The number of people and organizations that are trying to help is huge, there is no way we can mention each one of our donors.

We will try to update this page with randomly selected cases of kindness and generosity. If you would like us to mention your case, please don’t hesitate and let us know by email: [email protected]


We would like to thank AceUniform and personally to Abraham Abdo for donating “I Stand with Ukraine” t-shirts to our fundraising campaign and a full truck of new clothes to Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine.


We are grateful to Sheet Metal Workers Retirees for their generous donation of $500 to Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine.


Thank you RP Nursery for such a thoughtful gift! We are praying and we will have peace!


Community Events


  • Pysanka Master Class with Saida Sharapova: Beginner level, group 2

    When: June 4, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. – 3 p.m.
    Location: Hall of Nations in Balboa Park, 2191 West Pan American Rd, San Diego, CA 92101

    At Pysanka master class – Beginner level at 10 a.m. you will learn how to create real Pysanka from the very beginning. Just two hours of work and you will create a real Pysanka, all by yourself!

    Price is $50 for 2-hour master class per person (cash, check or PayPal) and includes all supplies.

    There are only 5 spots available and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Save your spot – pay today with PayPal.

    All proceeds will go to humanitarian aid to Ukraine.




  • Russian Shame-Protest Against the Rape of Women in Ukraine

    Saturday, May 28th at 1pm: Russian Shame-Protest Against the Rape of Women in Ukraine
    Location: Balboa Park
    Address: 1450 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
    Bring: Signs, flags, Ukrainian shirts, etc.

    Join Our Worldwide Protest Against Sexual Violence Towards Women and children. Rape has been widely used as a Weapon of War in Ukraine. This protest will take place on the same day in other cities in the US and around the world.

    On May 28th, we will stand with and empathize with Ukrainian women and children who have become the victims of torture and rape by the Russian soldiers. This protest originated in Latvia and Estonia by brave women who stood partially naked in front of the Russian Embassy, with their hands tied behind their backs, white shirts smeared in red paint, and flower reefs on their heads. Let this visual be an inspiration to you. We encourage everyone to find some old white clothes they don’t mind covering in red paint for this event or use washable paint. A good visual speaks louder than a thousand words.

    This is your chance to stand up for the women and children of Ukraine who have been violated. This is your opportunity to give them a voice.

    If you don’t want your children to attend we will have a child watch set up through the Ukrainian School at the Hall of Nations.

    If you are a man: please come and support us, bring signs, Ukrainian and American flags (or your country flags if you are not American), Ukrainian embroidered or themed shirts, or wear Ukrainian colors.

    If you are a woman: try to dress in white or very light clothing, if possible paint “blood” stains on them (you can use washable paint) and  wear a flower reef if you have one.

    BE THEIR VOICE, BE THEIR FIGHT!



  • Ukrainian Vyshyvanka Day

  • Stand With Ukraine

  • Breaking Down Walls project by The Metro Film and Arts Foundation

  • Meeting with Immigration Attorney Rachel Konrad

  • Stand With Ukraine
House of Ukraine Cottage Museum
667 Pan American Rd W, San Diego, CA