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How to donate crypto to Ukraine

See a vetted list of organizations accepting Bitcoin, Ethereum and other coins.

Donations have poured into Ukraine from around the world as of early March 2022, including more than $50 million in the form of cryptocurrency. If you would like to help, here’s a vetted list to support the Ukrainian government, NGOs and independent news sources. Keep in mind that cryptocurrency transactions are not reversible, so any crypto sent to an incorrect address or wallet can’t be recovered.

DISCLAIMER: Given the nature of cryptocurrency, scammers more commonly ask for contributions in Bitcoin or altcoins. Do your due diligence and verify all sources before sending cryptocurrency to anyone claiming to accept funds on behalf of a Ukrainian organization.

Send cryptocurrency donations directly to Ukraine’s government

On February 26, the official Twitter account for the Ukrainian government announced it was accepting donations in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Tether (USDT). The Ukrainian Digital Ministry said the donations will help fund Ukraine’s armed forces.

  • Bitcoin address: 357a3So9CbsNfBBgFYACGvxxS6tMaDoa1P
  • ETH and USDT (ERC-20): 0x165CD37b4C644C2921454429E7F9358d18A45e14

Since then, the Ukraine government has announced it is now accepting additional coins and tokens as donations, including Polkadot and Dogecoin, and plans to add more soon.

  • Polkadot address: 1x8aa2N2Ar9SQweJv9vsuZn3WYDHu7gMQu1RePjZuBe33Hv
  • Dogecoin address: DS76K9uJJzQjCFvAbpPGtFerp1qkJoeLwL

As of March 4, 2022, Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov tweeted that the Crypto Fund of Ukraine had raised more than $50 million in crypto donations in one week.

Send cryptocurrency donations to Ukraine’s government through Aid to Ukraine

On March 1, 2022, Mykhailo Fedorov announced that the Ukrainian government had teamed up with Solana and Everstake — a Ukraine-based crypto-staking service platform — to accept donations for Ukraine.

This collaboration, called Aid to Ukraine, seeks to raise funds directly for Ukrainians on the ground. Anatoly Yakovenko, cofounder of Solana, and Sergey Vasylchuk, CEO of Everstake, have tweeted their involvement in the project and verified that the collaboration is legit.

  • Solana address: 66pJhhESDjdeBBDdkKmxYYd7q6GUggYPWjxpMKNX39KV

To donate other cryptocurrencies or nonfungible tokens, visit the Aid to Ukraine website and follow the steps to connect your wallet.

Send cryptocurrency donations to Ukrainian hospitals and medical staff

On February 28, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine launched several wallets to collect cryptocurrency donations to aid Ukrainian hospitals, doctors and support staff. Accepted coins include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and Tether (USDT).

  • Bitcoin address: bc1qhtfj3u6cct69kgdj54s8szl5jscdm7rr7kalt4
  • Ethereum address: 0x5C61b722a3f946930eA4c60AA989F61aE2163646
  • USDT address: 0x5C61b722a3f946930eA4c60AA989F61aE2163646
  • Litecoin address: ltc1qnxqjtjs4suhryk09gnztwcd9htsjkhuxaelkx5

    The Ministry of Health of Ukraine has stated that the donations will be used to help aid first responders and provide emergency medical care to those wounded in the invasion.

    Send cryptocurrency donations to support Ukrainian police and border services

    The newly launched War in Ukraine site — run by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine — recently listed several cryptocurrency wallets supporting the National Police, the National Guard, the State Border Guard Service and the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.

    • Bitcoin address: bc1qdcg86r4rcgf9s6y9nxtyl80xxz62sunw9nevzr
    • Ethereum address: 0x76136B4d578Df727B132053d9a392eeF202F9a80
    • TRON (TRX) address: TMoeioXTNK1xowtuXFQxnFnf5ZLEJmu7y7
    • USDT address: TMoeioXTNK1xowtuXFQxnFnf5ZLEJmu7y7
    • Binance Coin address: 0x76136B4d578Df727B132053d9a392eeF202F9a80

      The official Twitter account for the CyberPolice of Ukraine revealed that the donations will be used to purchase medicine and other essential supplies and provide medical care to individuals wounded in the invasion.

      Send cryptocurrency donations through exchange platforms

      As cryptocurrency donations pour in for the Ukrainian government and other organizations, some crypto exchanges have added tools to their platforms to allow users to donate various coins and tokens directly from their wallets.


      On March 1, 2022, popular cryptocurrency exchange Uniswap announced it had added a conversation interface to its platform that swaps any token for Ethereum and sends it directly to the Ukrainian government, all in a single transaction.

      Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation, thanked Uniswap for its efforts and confirmed that these donations are being received by Ukraine.

      To donate through Uniswap, connect your wallet to the exchange. If you’re new to Uniswap and would like to set up an account, here’s our beginner’s guide.

      Send cryptocurrency donations to independent Ukrainian news sources

      One crucial and sometimes overlooked essential service in times of conflict is the need for accurate, timely information delivered on the ground and from the front lines. Independent journalists and editors often work around the clock to report the most up-to-date information, sometimes at the risk of their personal safety. Here’s a list of verified news sources accepting cryptocurrency donations.

      The Kyiv Independent

      The Kyiv Independent has been on the ground reporting from the front lines since the invasion began. On February 24, its official Twitter account requested financial support and revealed it is accepting donations in Bitcoin.

      • Bitcoin address: bc1q444wayyye4jke3ty87sdvm77dwkysz9hwcyu6u

      The publication says donations will help it continue reporting on the conflict.

      Send cryptocurrency donations to charities supporting Ukraine

      Since the crisis began, various charities and NGOs have been working to aid Ukraine with food, medical aid, mental health services and more. Many have begun to accept cryptocurrency as donations. Keep in mind that anyone can claim to be a charity supporting Ukraine. Verify all sources before sending a contribution.

      Come Back Alive

      Come Back Alive is a Ukrainian NGO originally launched to help soldiers in the war in Donbas. It accepts donations in Bitcoin.

      How to donate
      • Bitcoin address: bc1qkd5az2ml7dk5j5h672yhxmhmxe9tuf97j39fm6

      Verify the address after copying it on both Come Back Alive’s website and before sending:

      Direct Relief

      Direct Relief provides medical supplies and other support to Ukrainian hospitals, ambulance stations and medical centers. It accepts various coins, including:

      • Bitcoin (BTC)
      • Ethereum (ETH)
      • Amp (AMP)
      • Basic Attention Token (BAT)
      • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
      • ChainLink (LINK)
      • Dai (DAI)
      • Dogecoin (DOGE)
      • The Graph (GRT)
      • Gemini Dollar (GUSD)
      • Litecoin (LTC)
      • Storj (STORJ)
      • UMA (UMA)
      • Zcash (ZEC)
      • 0x (ZRX)
      • 1inch (1INCH)
      How to donate

      Donate directly through Direct Relief’s site, powered by the crypto fundraising and donation platform Giving Block.

      Save the Children

      Save the Children delivers humanitarian aid to children and their families, such as food, water, hygiene kits and cash assistance. It became the first international NGO to accept Bitcoin in 2013, in response to Typhoon Haiyan in Southeast Asia.

      Today, it accepts multiple cryptocurrencies beyond Bitcoin through a partnership with Giving Block and Gemini:

      • Bitcoin (BTC)
      • Ethereum (ETH)
      • Aave (AAVE)
      • Alchemix (ALCX)
      • Amp (AMP)
      • Ankr Network (ANKR)
      • AP13 (AP13)
      • Audius (Audio)
      • Axie Infinity (AXS)
      • Balancer (BAL)
      • Bancor Network Token (BNT)
      • Basic Attention Token (BAT)
      • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
      • BarnBridge (BOND)
      • Chainlink (LINK)
      • Compound (COMP)
      • Curve DAO Token (CRV)
      • Somnium Space (CUBE)
      • Dai (DAI)
      • Dogecoin (DOGE)
      • Enjin (ENJ)
      • (FET)
      • Filecoin (FIL)
      • Fantom (FTM)
      • Gemini Dollar (GUSD)
      • The Graph (GRT)
      • Injective Protocol (INJ)
      • Kyber Network (KNC)
      • Litecoin (LTC)
      • Livepeer (LPT)
      • Loopring (LRC)
      • Decentraland (MANA)
      • Mass Network (MASK)
      • Moss Carbon Credit (MCO2)
      • Mirror Protocol (MIR)
      • Maker (MKR)
      • Numeraire (NMR)
      • Orchid (OXT)
      • PAX Gold (PAXG)
      • Qant (QNT)
      • Radicle (RAD)
      • Polygon (MATIC)
      • Ren (REN)
      • The Sandbox (SAND)
      • Shiba Inu (SHIB)
      • Skale (SKL)
      • Smooth Love Potion (SLP)
      • Storj (STORJ)
      • SushiSwap (SUSHI)
      • Synthetix (SNX)
      • UMA (UMA)
      • Uniswap (UNI)
      • TerraUSD (UST)
      • Tezos (XTZ)
      • USD (USDC)
      • Wrapped Centrifuge (wCFG)
      • Yearn.Finance (YFI)
      • Zcash (ZEC)
      • 0x (ZRX)
      • 1inch (1INCH)
      How to donate

      Donate directly through Save the Children’s crypto donation page, supported by Giving Block and crypto wallet custodian Gemini. It also accepts the proceeds from NFT mints and smart contracts.

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