досягнення волонтерської організації Станція Харків

Kharkiv Station

One of the largest humanitarian volunteer initiatives in Ukraine, which since 2014 has been providing assistance to people in need who are in Kharkiv and the region.

More achievements together

  • 130 000+People

    received a variety of assistance

  • 17Grant projects

    successfully conducted, some of wich are long-term

  • 1600000uah

    involved as support from partner funds

  • 1855705,80euros

    received as assistance from individuals from around the world

Types of assistance

The main financial source of the organization is donations received from the citizens of Ukraine, representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora communities abroad as well as foreign citizens.

  • Primary consultations
  • Vocational training for adolescents
  • Informational support
  • Educational programs for adults
  • Social adaptation
  • Humanitarian aid
directions of activity Kharkiv station


Kharkiv Station cooperates with a number of international humanitarian organizations and businesses that provide humanitarian aid and institutional support in terms of neutrality, independence, transparency and equal partnership.

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Assistance to defenders from the Buchatka Diocese
Assistance to defenders from the Buchatka Diocese

The support of defenders of Ukraine accelerates our victory over Russia. After all, nothing motivates as much as the feeling of a strong rear that never gets tired of helping.Every week for more than six months, a bus of the Kharkiv Station has been going to the Kharkiv region with products that are collected and handed over to the front lines by representatives of the Buchatka Diocese of the UGCC in the Ternopil Region. Half a year of tireless work for Ukraine.Thanks to the efforts of these incredible people, more than 55 tons of food rations and various goodies were given to the military.

The work of volunteers in the conditions of hostilities
The work of volunteers in the conditions of hostilities

Now the Kharkiv Station coordinates the work of 31 new volunteer groups, which deliver humanitarian aid around the region and ensure the distribution of about 1,000 food kits per week.