How are the evacuation efforts progressing?

The war continues, and our evacuation efforts are still active and urgently needed.

As of May 10, since the start of the war,
our evacuation network partners have:

Evacuated more than

24,000 people

from war zone areas
Delivered humanitarian aid to

tens of thousands

of war zone residents
Received more than


from us towards evacuation efforts

8 vehicles

using donated evacuation funds
We have actively supported evacuation efforts since the start of the war. 
 Our volunteers quickly flew to Ukraine to help set up a local evacuation network and organized a phone hotline in Ternopil to accept evacuation and humanitarian aid requests. At first, we rented vans to urgently evacuate people. Then, we shifted to purchasing vehicles and partnering with existing evacuation networks to evacuate more efficiently.

To date, we have sent funds to six evacuation networks,

 helping them purchase additional vehicles and cover operational expenses.  As the war front shifts, they adapt their routes and continue to evacuate hundreds each day.  We actively monitor their updates and needs, but also seek out additional evacuation opportunities across Ukraine.
This is an early map of evacuation routes from one of our partners.  They have evacuated more than 4000 people from Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv and other spots since the start of the war.
Ukraine Evacuation Map

As the war evolves and hot spots change, our partners adapt.

The map shows the hot spots our partners have evacuated. They include nearly every former and currently active hot spot, including:
  • Mariupol
  • Kharkiv
  • Bucha
  • Chernihiv
  • Severodonetsk
  • and many more


we are funding another van purchase.  We are also purchasing driver protective gear, such as bulletproof vests and helmets, to distribute to volunteer drivers.

 As soon as additional funds arrive, we quickly allocate them to meet partner needs on the ground.