Helping to Leave

We evacuate from unsafe areas

We help Ukrainians leave the frontline areas in the Ukrainian-controlled territories and the territories temporarily occupied by russia. We also evacuate those deported to russia to safer territories within Ukraine or abroad.

Evacuation from the Frontline Areas

Kharkiv, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia oblasts
Free evacuation from the de-occupied territories and the frontline areas to safer areas of Ukraine.

Evacuation from the Ukrainian-controlled Sides of the Humanitarian Corridors

Sumy and Volyn oblasts
This project assists Ukrainians evacuating from russia and the temporarily occupied territories to the Ukrainian-controlled territories. It includes evacuation after the border crossing, accommodation in a shelter in Kharkiv or other temporary accommodation, and assistance with all the basic post-evacuation needs.

Evacuation from the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine and from russia

Kharkiv, Kherson, Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia oblasts, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, russia
Free evacuation of the residents of the temporarily occupied territories and deported Ukrainians from russia and belarus to the Ukrainian-controlled territories and the EU, as well as information assistance on routes and documents required for evacuation.

Evacuation of People with Limited Mobility and People with Serious Illnesses

Ukraine and EU countries
Assistance with the evacuation of people with limited mobility, immobile people, and people with serious illnesses, including cancer patients, to safer regions of Ukraine and to EU countries, where they can receive shelter and access to medical care.
Helping to Leave

We help with integration after evacuation

The Helping to Leave team aims not only to ensure Ukrainians’ physical safety during wartime but also to meet their basic needs in their new places of residence post-evacuation and ensure that the displaced receive the social support and help with adaptation to new environments that they require.

Reintegration After Evacuation

The Reintegration Project for displaced people affected by the hostilities: counseling on restoring documents, applying for and receiving state benefits, assistance in finding accommodation, as well as human rights, legal and psychological support (in cooperation with partners)

Kherson Oblast Humanitarian Aid Coordination Map

Kherson Oblast
The project was launched after the terrorist attack on the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station and aims to improve the situation with humanitarian aid by making communication between representatives of beneficiaries and aid organizations simple and intuitive.

Support Centers

Kharkiv Oblast
The project of social support for residents of the de-occupied territories, which was implemented jointly with our partners, the charitable organization “The Way of Ukraine”. At the support points, people can get warm, sleep, charge their devices, access the Internet, and get free assistance on various issues.

Mobile and Internet Connection Improvements

Kharkiv Oblast
The joint project of Helping to Leave and its partners, the charitable organization 'The Way of Ukraine' and other friendly Kharkiv organizations, to deploy a communication network that allows access to the Internet and telephone communication in the conditions of destroyed infrastructure, regardless of the availability of electricity from the power plant.


Here we share the stories of people we have helped and our volunteers involved in the evacuation of Ukrainians. We tell the stories of systematic human rights violations in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. Deportation, interrogations, cell phone checks, and more — this is the reality of life under occupation.


the cost of fuel for an 8-seater evacuation bus from Vovchansk to Kharkiv


the cost of one night in a shelter for an elderly person


the cost of one starlink to improve communication