🇺🇦 United 4 Ukraine 🕊 United 4 Peace

“Imagine how you would feel. You worked a lifetime to build a house, raise a family; then comes a day when you need to leave it all behind and fight for your and your children’s survival.”

We have an international humanitarian obligation to act and respond to this crisis.

The crisis in Ukraine has already forced people to flee for their lives and their safety. What they’ve built over a lifetime was left behind as they try to fight for their life and their child life. 

In Moldova, we already have 100,000+ Ukrainian citizens needing help. Some are in transit, but most of them are frightened with kids in hands. The number will only increase.

MAD-Aid’s emergency response for Ukraine and Ukrainian Refugees in Moldova

  • MAD-Aid is aiming to raise as much as it can, to provide humanitarian aid to those who are coming from Ukraine as refugee in the event of Russian attack  
  • The Organisation is also raising funds for the evacuation of children, scholars, and veteran families in Ukraine, as well as humanitarian and medical aid
  • Donations will support both immediate and ongoing relief efforts, long-term recovery, resiliency, and other critical humanitarian actions as needed, both in Ukraine and in neighbouring countries, especially for displaced people
  • MAD-Aid would provide communities with safe water, urgent medical aid & health-care services, child protection and education
  • The organization will provide housing for vulnerable children and families and provide health, psychosocial and food assistance
  • Internally displaced children and families will be helped to recover from their psychological trauma through psychological integration, art therapy, and continual communication by MAD-Aid volunteers
  • MAD-Aid would provide Ukrainian refugees with all practical and psychological help to settle their lives in a new place, recover emotionally and adapt to new surroundings.

MAD-Aid’s long-term plan for the Ukrainian refugees:

  • To establish a distribution centre at their Phoenix Complex (www.phoenimd.org) for all refugees arriving in Moldova’s north
  • To assist in the education of their children, as well as to provide counselling and psychiatric care for their trauma and fear
  • To identify additional housing and create living conditions for them
  • To establish a volunteer programme as refugees can assist others.


  1. Funds for transport and distribution of AID, for covering electricity, gas, water for refugees’ centres, for buying alterable food locally for centres, to open and equip centres for refugees staying in Moldova longer term. 
  2. Aid neded:
  • Food – long term use and in date 6 months
  • Toiletries – Toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, shower Gel. 
  • Underwear – all sizes and ages – new 
  • Slippers – all sizes and ages
  • Towels 
  • Blankets, pillows, bedding
  • Bedding – single beds
  • Inflatable Mattress  / Foldable beds
  • Cleaning Products 
  • Wet wipes / Dry wipes
  • Diapers
  • Medical consumables – dressings, first aid, gloves – 6 months in aid
  • Stationaries – games, toys, coloured books
  1. Volunteers – to help managing the project, write, report, to collect and sort the aid in UK at our depot – Basildon, Northampton, Isle of Wight.