Ireland for Ukraine is no longer open for public donations.

The Ireland for Ukraine Fund, launched by leading media outlets, has for a year been delivering essential support to men, women and children whose lives have been changed forever by the war in Ukraine.

As of 5th April 2023, the Fund is closed for public donations and is encouraging people to continue their huge generosity directly to Ireland’s international aid agencies and local charities in Ireland.

The Fund has been supported by a unique coalition of print, broadcast and digital media, both national and local, to raise awareness and generate support for people living in conflict in Eastern Europe and those who are seeking the shelter and safety of communities here. (Full listing of participating media is available here: )

The €5.6m raised directly through the Ireland for Ukraine Fund was distributed equally between humanitarian supports in Ukraine and the surrounding countries, and meeting the needs of Ukrainians and communities here in Ireland.

Emergency aid totalling more than €2.8 Million has been dedicated to supporting International Charity Partners: the Irish Red Cross, Concern, Trócaire and UNICEF Ireland. The fund also dedicated over €2.8m to support the many community organisations and charities within Ireland who were working to meet urgent and essential needs of people arriving here. 115 grants were made to ensure people arriving had food, toiletries and clothing, and access to provide essential mental health and community integration supports.

A full list of the grants awarded from the Ireland for Ukraine Fund can be found here.