NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Connecticut may seem far from the action. However, there are dozens of fundraisers across the state that are directly linked to helping Ukrainians during this crisis.

Those with – and without – ties to Ukraine are stepping up to show their support. Here’s how you can help:

Americares Stamford

Stamford-based organization Americares sent an emergency response team to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees fleeing the country. Americares is currently accepting donations to help deliver medicine, medical supplies, and emergency funding here.

Assumption Church30 Clapboard Ridge Rd, Danbury

The Assumption Church Giving Committee and Ladies Philoptochos have joined together and pledged a matching gift of up to $3,000. The church raised $11,000 for the GOARCH relief fund for Ukraine thus far. Interested parties may donate to GOARCH by sending a check made out to ‘Assumption Church’ and by ‘Ukraine Relief’ in the memo or can donate directly to the GOARCH relief fund website.

Avery’s Soda520 Corbin Ave., New Britain

Avery’s Soda is selling a special edition soda called ‘Putin Punch.’ The label shows a Vladimir Putin caricature being punched in the face. ¢50 from each bottle is being donated to the Ukrainian Red Cross Society.

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International Committee of the Red Cross

The ICRC works to help people affected by conflict and armed violence. ICRC water engineers and doctors aim to help more than 3 million people access clean water and improve the living conditions of more than 66,000 whose homes were damaged due to heavy fighting. Donations can be made online here.

Knights of Columbus1 Columbus Plaza, New Haven, CT

The Knights of Columbus have a donation portal for Ukraine on their website.

Save the ChildrenFairfield

Save the Children, based out of Fairfield, focuses on children caught in the middle of armed conflict. Donations made to Save the Children’s Ukrainian Crisis Relief Fund will help children and families with immediate aid like water, hygiene kits, psychological support, and cash assistance. Donate here.

St. Michael’s Church Hall — 589 George St. New Haven

St. Michael’s Church Hall is hosting a fundraiser for Ukraine on Sunday, April 10 from noon to 6 p.m. All  of the proceeds will go toward soldiers and civilians affected by the war.

Ukrainian Orthodox Church of USA54 Winter St, New Britain

The church is accepting donations on their website.

Razom for Ukraine

You can donate here.

United Ukrainian American Relief Committee

You can donate here

Ukrainian Catholic University Foundation

You can donate here

Jules de la Creme

Julie Creme is selling t-shirts, mugs, and more with her original Ukraine-inspired artwork on them. 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the people of Ukraine. You can donate here.

Graycat Mosiac

Luba Zwick, a Ukraine native who now lives in Columbia, Conn., has been creating mosaic art to help raise funds here.

Community Self-Help

Manchester native Larissa Babij is on the ground in Ukraine and Poland, volunteering for the NGO Community Self-Help. The organization is helping to provide medical humanitarian aid to the people who need them the most.

“Help Ukraine” Charity Event – 569 George Street, New Haven

The event is taking place on April 10 from Noon until 5 p.m. at the St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church. You can buy Ukrainian jewelry, souvenirs, baskets, candles, handmade clothes, pastries, and homemade food. All proceeds will go to help the Ukrainian military and civilians affected by Russian aggression.

Doctors Without Borders

You can donate here.

Miadan United

You can donate here.