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Helping to leave24/7 evacuation helpline for ukrainians

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We help people evacuate from areas of military conflict. Our mission is to keep people safe and meet their immediate needs

Our team works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs.
We cover transport expenses, provide information, and arrange for counselling where necessary.
We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia.
>132,800
people received informational, financial, psychological assistance, or transit to a safe area
>43,000
of them were escorted by our operators throughout the entire evacuation process
€100
the average amount we spend on one evacuation

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You can support us not only financially, but with deed too, including an opportunity to become a part of our huge international team. You can:

How it works


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We receive requests from those in need of help via our Telegram bot.
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Our team of operators provides up-to-date information based on our database. We’re a team of Ukrainian, Russian, and English speakers.
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When necessary, we connect refugees to specialists who can provide medical assistance, information on specific regions, and support for women who were abused or harassed.
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All new information, and the contacts of drivers and volunteers, is verified by our team of fact checkers.
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After the information has been verified, we share it with people seeking help.
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Sometimes, providing reliable information is enough to help someone get to safety. In other cases, an evacuation can take weeks. We stay in touch with them and help find the resources they need until they're safe.
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Helping to Leave was launched on February 24th — the day when Russia invaded Ukraine

Within the first few weeks of the war in Ukraine, we set up a network of volunteers and the tech infrastructure required to manage information flow. Now, there are 200+ volunteers helping around 1000 people every day. We use AI systems to ensure our datasets reflect the reality on the ground.