501(с)(3) charity

Providing Ukrainians with
food, medicine and qualified
psychological help

Rapid Response

We supply food and medicine, household appliances and hygienic products to displaced people


We give necessary medication, food and emotional support to grandmas and grandpas facing the war alone


We create offline spaces for children to feel safe again, learn, play and get qualified psychological help

Making alliances to make a difference

Platinum Seal of transparency from Candid

We are proud to have earned the Platinum Seal of transparency from Candid for our commitment to accountability and integrity

The difference between Rescue Now and big international funds

Is that we spend $186,000 annually on administrative costs. While the American Red Cross, for example, spends $186,300,000 of donor funds per year, according to their 2020 report.

We keep administrative costs low by operating under start-up principles and using technology to optimize all processes. This allows us to use every dollar donated more efficiently.

As a result, our growth doesn’t increase our spending to millions. And never will.
Your donations go directly to saving lives.

With your help, we have helped out

200,000 people

We’ve evacuated from the combat zone

We support regularly

We deliver monthly

We’ve distributed of humanitarian aid

19,000 people
855 pets
3 goats

650 elderlies

7,006 food packages

1,200,00 lb
27 trucks

Rescue Now is a registered 501(с)(3) charity organization.
Your donations are tax-deductible in the USA.

People talk about us

"Nobody Will Evacuate These Poor People"
Reaching flood victims in Russian-occupied Ukraine is so dangerous that only Ukrainians will do it. Where are the international organizations that were made for this? A 28-year-old Ukrainian medic, Helena Popova, traveled from Lutsk to Kherson last Friday to help victims of the flood caused by the destruction of the Kakhovka Dam. She went “just to stay sane,” she told me. Across the Dnipro River, in her hometown of Oleshky, thousands of people, including her …
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Rosjanie wysadzili tamę na Dnieprze. Fundacja RescueNow apeluje o wsparcie
We wtorek 6 czerwca Rosjanie wysadzili tamę w Nowej Kachowce. Ukraińscy wolontariusze z fundacji RescueNow ewakuują ludność cywilną i udzielają pomocy humanitarnej ofiarom powodzi. Celowe zniszczenie tamy w Nowej Kachowce przez rosyjskie wojsko doprowadziło do zalania obwodu chersońskiego. Potencjalnie zagrożonych powodzią jest ponad 80 miast zamieszkałych przez około 16 tys. osób. …
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What is your mission?

Our mission is to provide comprehensive support to people at the center of humanitarian crisis, working on long-term solutions that address the root causes of crises. We believe in the power of cooperation and partnership. We work with local communities, organizations and governments to provide effective and sustainable solutions to humanitarian crises.

Is Rescue Now a registered nonprofit organization?

Yes, Rescue Now is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Can I receive a tax deduction for my donation to Rescue Now?

Yes, all donations to Rescue Now are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. You will receive a receipt for your donation for tax purposes.

How do you provide aid to those affected by war?

We provide rapid delivery of essential humanitarian aid, establish safe and supportive spaces for children affected by war (Litokryl Now), and connect donors with elderly people in need (Patronage Now).

Where does Rescue Now work?

We work in areas affected by war in Ukraine. In future other crises around the world.