Donate to protect girls
Two years since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, girls and their families are still facing a humanitarian crisis each day.
Focusing first on responding to refugees in Moldova, Poland and Romania, Plan International is now also working inside Ukraine with local partners. We’re protecting girls from gender-based violence, providing shelter for refugees during freezing winter weather, helping children access inclusive and quality education, and providing psychosocial support, like art therapy. And, we are among the few organizations supporting girls’ menstrual health, providing thousands with period products and health kits.
Here are some examples of what your gift to Plan can do:
- $55 can provide one pack of winter clothing for a child.
- $110 an individual therapy session for a refugee child.
- $540 can provide one month of heating for children’s classrooms in Ukraine.
Will you rush your donation to provide children from Ukraine with the care and essentials they need?
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Please rush your donation today. At our emergency mobile units and schools, we’re witnessing child after child living in a nightmare.
“A 3-year-old boy heard the sound of a drill … and he was completely hysterical,” one Plan-supported psychologist says. “He had an experience with a bomb that exploded in front of him when he was on his way home from kindergarten in Ukraine. He immediately started screaming and looking for his mother.”
Too many children have been torn from their families and seen unthinkable pain and violence. But your gifts can help them heal.
“Going to school has significant emotional and psychological benefits,” Plan Education in Emergencies Specialist Emilia Sorrentino says. “Girls who are in school are also less likely to be exposed to dangers such as sexual exploitation, trafficking and domestic labor.”
Will you help keep girls from Ukraine protected?
Your gift supports Plan International’s response to the crisis in Ukraine, which is focused first on refugee children and their families in Poland, Moldova and Romania, as well as responding inside of Ukraine with local partners. We are working in the areas of protection, psychosocial support, emergency education and meeting the basic needs of children and families who fled their homes with little more than the clothes on their backs.