How to Help
If you would like to help the University of Rochester’s students and scholars from Ukraine and Russia, please consider supporting the University’s Global Emergency Response Fund which allows us to provide financial support to students facing critical situations in their home countries. Learn more.
Two Rochester area child neurologists have started a non-profit under Rochester Regional Health Foundations which organizes the delivery of needed medical supplies directly to physician colleagues in Ukraine in collaboration with the Ukrainian Ministry of Health. They are collecting monetary donations to support the purchase of medical supplies and non-controlled substance medications now for Ukrainian hospitals. Visit the website to contribute. Read more.
As the war in Ukraine continues, here are ways to help support the Ukrainian people.
Calling for solidarity with Ukraine and life scientists working there, EMBO is launching a list of scientists across Europe and beyond who are able to offer assistance to scientists forced to leave Ukraine. An example could be the provision of laboratory or office workplaces, accommodation or help in arranging further contacts. If you are in a position to offer any assistance, please consider adding yourself to the list.