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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — As we watch the events in Ukraine unfold, many of us want to know what we can do to help.

Here is a list of organizations helping the people of Ukraine during this crisis. As always, when deciding where to give, be sure to research the organization and consider checking out Charity Navigator, which evaluates nonprofits and recommends credible organizations.

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Project C.U.R.E.
Project C.U.R.E. will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Ukraine and will be on standby to assist with any requests for medical supplies and equipment.
projectcure.org

International Committee of the Red Cross
The Red Cross’ humanitarian work aims to help people rebuild their lives and cope with the wider consequences of conflict.
icrc.org

UNICEF
UNICEF’s Humanitarian Action for Children appeal helps provide conflict- and disaster-affected children with access to water, sanitation, nutrition, health and safety services.
unicef.org

CARE
CARE is an international organization that fights global poverty with emergency response and long-term development projects.
care.org

International Medical Corps
The Los Angeles-based organization provides emergency relief to those struck by conflict, disaster and disease. When an emergency has ended, the organization shifts its response to long-term medical support and training. The organization has been operating in eastern Ukraine since 2014, delivering primary healthcare and mental health services to communities affected by the ongoing conflict.
give.internationalmedicalcorps.org

Direct Relief
The Santa Barbara-based organization distributes donated medicine and medical supplies. Direct Relief has supplied Ukrainian healthcare providers with more than $27 million in medical aid.
directrelief.org

GlobalGiving
All donations to the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund will support humanitarian assistance in impacted communities in Ukraine and surrounding regions where Ukrainian refugees have fled. GlobalGiving’s local partners in Ukraine are bringing relief to displaced families and people in high-risk areas, and they need resources to continue and expand their vital work.
globalgiving.org

NOVA Ukraine
Nova Ukraine is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about Ukraine in the US and throughout the world and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
novaukraine.org

Catholic Relief Services
Catholic Relief Services has partners across Ukraine and is currently providing shelter, food, hygiene supplies, fuel, transportation to safe areas, and counseling support
support.crs.org

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Project Hope
Project HOPE is actively shipping essential medicines and medical supplies to affected areas in Ukraine.
projecthope.org

World Help
World Help is a Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world. They are working to provide food, water, and other basic necessities to displaced families in Ukraine.
worldhelp.net

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
The Fellowship is on the ground providing emergency aid to vulnerable Jewish communities including security and basic needs.
ifcj.org

Save the Children
At least 7.5 million children in Ukraine are in grave danger of physical harm, severe emotional distress and displacement following an escalation in hostilities overnight. Save the Children is urgently calling on all parties to the conflict to agree to an immediate cessation of hostilities to reduce the risk to children’s lives and wellbeing.
savethechildren.org

Revived Soldiers Ukraine
This non-profit provides medical aid for people affected by military conflict. The group buys medication, medical supplies, helps support army hospitals, and works to improve the living standards for soldiers and their families.
rsukraine.org

Voices of Children
Voices of Children provides psychological and psychosocial support to children affected by war.
voices.org.ua

Sunflower of Peace
A nonprofit organization with a mission to mobilize support and aid for Ukrainian orphans, internally displaced persons, and those most affected by the current situation by providing medical assistance and other necessities. Visit their Facebook page.

Convoy of Hope
Through partnerships across Europe, Convoy of Hope has worked diligently in Ukraine since 2014, alleviating suffering in and around the nation. Convoy’s International Disaster Services team is actively trying to make contact with partners in affected areas.
www.convoyofhope.org

Polish Medical Mission
Polish Medical Mission is a Polish humanitarian organization providing medical assistance in the neediest countries of the world.
pmm.org.pl/en/donate

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UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency)
UNHCR has stepped up operations and capacity in Ukraine and neighboring countries. Your support can help ensure that Ukrainians forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe.
www.unhcr.org

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Hillary Clinton Breaks With Biden Admin, Says U.S. Should Not Negotiate With Iran: We Need to Stand With the People

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Thursday and forcefully argued for the U.S. to do everything it can to support the women protesting against Iran’s theocracy while urging the Biden administration to abandon any negotiations with the regime.

“So on Iran, because clearly the whole world is watching the very brave women and girls there stand up for their rights. And we’ve also seen the crackdown. We also know that this is all sort of complicated for the United States with all sorts of other policy, trying to get Iran, you know, to come back into the nuclear accord, which, by the way, it was a US president who brought the world out of that,” Amanpour began, noting the nuclear accord from the Obama administration, which President Joe Biden has been working to recreate – although those negotiations hit an impasse over the summer.

“Well, I spoke to the current secretary of state, Antony Blinken, on this program yesterday, and I asked him what more the US could do to support the rights of Iranian women. Obviously, the US isn’t going to intervene militarily to overthrow any government. But what do you think? If you were secretary of state, the US can do it. And I think you were during the Green Revolution,” asked Amanpour of Clinton.

“Yes. Well, first of all, during the Green Revolution in 2009, we made a decision based on the best intelligence and information we had at the time that overt American support for the protests would actually hurt those protests and the protesters themselves. So behind the scenes, we tried to keep social media operating so that people could communicate and organize. Now I think it’s very different than it was 13 years ago,” Clinton replied, adding:

What’s happening now deserves our full-throated support. And I think every time anyone speaks on behalf of the United States government, they need to be saying that they stand with the people of Iran, particularly with the women and girls.

I also think we should continue to take whatever action is possible through international bodies. I was part of a group of women leaders who called for the UN to kick Iran off the UN Commission on the Status of Women. They should never have been on there in the first place. And I believe we’re moving toward that actually being accomplished. At least it better be, because it’s the right thing to do. But I also believe that we need to keep the world’s attention focused. I did an event last week with a group of Iranian American women and artists who were really pleading to keep eyes on Iran, don’t lose focus on covering what’s happening inside.

“And Christiane, I want to thank you for refusing to put on a hijab to continue an interview with the president of Iran, because we need to be standing with the people of Iran,” Clinton continued, praising the CNN host for her act of defiance, which ended an interview with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi back in September.

“Now, you know that the issues are much more than even the oppression of compulsory hijab, but that is a symbol of what that oppression means to the lives, the freedom, the opportunities of the women of Iran. So this is something our government needs to keep speaking out about,” Clinton continued, adding:

And finally, I would not be negotiating with Iran on anything right now, including the nuclear agreement. I think that, frankly, horses out of the barn, when Trump pulled us out, we lost the eyes that we had on what they were doing inside Iran. And I believe that they started those centrifuges spinning again. And I think it’s unlikely that any agreement would be agreed to. And I don’t think we should look like we’re seeking an agreement at a time when the people of Iran are standing up to their oppressors and we are giving them hope and heart.

And I think we’re doing something else. We’re sending a message to whoever the few. Possibly concerned people are about what’s happening to the tens of thousands of Iranians being imprisoned and the many hundreds who are being killed, that maybe they are willing inside to speak out, not just within the government, but more importantly with the clerics, to say that this is not this is not sustainable. We have to move back from this.

You can’t promise a theocracy on covering up women’s hair. That doesn’t mean we’re going to overthrow the regime and they’re going to leave peacefully. But I’m hoping that there can be some kind of internal discussions that might lead to, you know, more freedom, but also less oppression. So all of that is going on at the same time in the US and others need to be on the side of the protesters and their very legitimate demands for the freedom that they deserve as the human rights of them and their fellow citizens should be recognized.

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