Donating money to charity
Anyone who would like to support the Ukrainian people can make a cash donation.
Cash donations are the quickest, safest and most direct way to help people. Essential items can be bought locally, instead of transporting clothes and medical supplies from the UK to Ukraine.
Cash donations can be made through the:
Find out more about why cash donations are better than items.
Before giving away any financial information you can quickly and easily check the charity is genuine. The government has also published advice to help people give safely to registered charities.
National support and information
You can find out about the UK response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
For anyone wanting to contact loved ones in Ukraine, BT, EE and O2 are making calls, texts and data to and from the region free or removing roaming charges. Check with your phone provider for details.
The Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office currently advises against all travel to Ukraine, Russia or Belarus . Its website has separate, updated travel advice and information for Ukraine, Russia and Belarus.
Report a war crime
Please contact the UK police, if you have:
- Been in Ukraine and have witnessed or been a victim of any war crimes or crimes against humanity.
- Any evidence of war crimes committed in the Ukraine.
We are showing our support for Ukraine by flying the Ukrainian flag at the Council Offices in Oxted. Our thoughts are with the victims of the conflict and their families. We look forward to extending our support to any Ukrainian refugees arriving in our district.