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In this article I am listing a number of ways you can support Ukraine from Ireland.

By reading this article you will learn about different ways you can help people in Ukraine if you are living in Ireland.

How to Help Ukraine from Ireland

You can support Ukraine from the Republic of Ireland by:

  • Sending supplies
  • Donating via the National Bank of Ukraine
  • Donating to Ukrainian charities
  • Supporting Ukrainian businesses
  • Donating to international charities
  • Donating to Irish charities
  • Supporting fundraisers
  • Following local news websites and journalism
  • Joining a peace protest
  • Avoiding spreading misinformation online

Help Ukraine by Sending Supplies (via Gycu Trans)


If you live in Ireland, you can help by sending supplies through Gycu Trans, a local transport company regularly operating between Ireland and Romania.

To help Ukraine, Gycu Trans has set up a special transport from Dublin and other Irish towns including Cork, Limerick Galway, Wexford and Waterford.

You can drop much needed supplies like blankets, nappies, sleeping bags as well as non perishable food in:

  • Dublin, Monday to Friday 1 pm to 8 pm
  • Cork and Limerick, Sunday
  • Wexford and Waterford, Monday
  • Galway, Tuesday
  • Belfast, Tuesday

For more info, please call 0894780292 or 0894178445 (Ireland) or 00447490678376 (Northern Ireland), email [email protected] or visit https://www.facebook.com/Gycu-Trans-Irlanda-906229019469982

Gycu Trans has already filled up the special transport organised for helping Ukrainian refugees in Romania.

If you want to donate supplies and food, Pasquale from Increasily is in touch with a contact from the Ukrainian embassy.

He is delivering a number of boxes today. More boxes will be delivered next week.

Note from the author: these are some of the supplies myself and my wife bought today from ALDI Sandyford.


Help Ukraine by Donating via the National Bank of Ukraine

You can donate via the National Bank of Ukraine at this link.

From March 7, 2022 you can donate to the National Bank of Ukraine by clicking on the link in the top bar.

Help Ukraine by Donating to Ukrainian Charities

The following is a list of Ukrainian charities you can support from Ireland, courtesy of The Irish Mirror:

Help Ukraine by Supporting Ukrainian Business

At this link you can find a list of Ukrainian businesses you can support from Ireland, courtesy of Safedetectives.com.

Help Ukraine by Donating to International Charities

The following is a list of international charities Irish people can donate to:

  • UNHCR is the United Nations Refugee Agency
  • UNICEF is the United Nations fund providing humanitarian help to children globally
  • Save the Children is an international charity providing emergency aid to children worldwide

Fast Company also published a list with both Ukrainian and international charities you can donate to.

Help Ukraine by Donating to Irish Charities

The following is a list of Irish charities helping Ukraine:

Help Ukraine by Donating to Fundraisers

The following is a list of Ukrainian and international fundraisers you can support from Ireland:

  • Sunflower of Peace is a fundraiser created by Katya Malakhova to prepare first aid medical backpacks for paramedics and doctors
  • Kyiv Independent is a an on-the-ground news website from Ukraine
  • The New Voice of Ukraine is an independent media holding whos missing is to contribute to the formation of personal and economic freedom, the rule of law, and socio-cultural diversity in Ukraine
  • GoFundMe page for Ukraine

Help Ukraine by Following Ukrainian News Websites

The following is a list of Ukrainian news websites you can follow and support:

Help Ukraine by Joining a Peace Protest

You can peacefully show your support for Ukraine by joining or organising a peace protest in your town.

Help Ukraine by Avoiding the Spread of Misinformation

Whatever you do, please don’t share fake news and always fact-check what you are sharing online, especially if the subject is a sensitive one.

Featured image by Max Kukurudziak on Unsplash


Pasquale Mellone

Pasquale is Founder at Increasily.com, a H2H marketing agency based in Dublin, Ireland, and owner at print-on-demand ecommerce Mintycase.com. Pasquale has worked in Digital Marketing and Account Management since 2004. He currently lives in Dublin with his wife, stepdaughter and cat.

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