03/03/2022 - The Russian attack on Ukraine leaves millions of innocent people fearing for their lives and homes. The horror of this has led to expressions of solidarity worldwide in the past few days, including from the world of sport. At the same time, many have expressed their willingness to help and asked how they can aid the people of Ukraine.
For this purpose, the German Central Institute for Social Issues (DZI) has compiled a list with the names, addresses and account numbers of aid organisations that support those affected in Ukraine and who have fled the violence, and call for donations in return.
The DZI focuses primarily on advice on donations; its board consists of representatives from the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, the Senate of Berlin, the German Association of Chambers of Industry and Commerce, the German Association of Cities and the Federal Working Group for Free Welfare.
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