Support displaced Ukrainians arriving in Canada

The Government of Canada has announced it will expand settlement support for Ukrainians coming to Canada. Ukrainian nationals will continue to arrive in Canada via several pathways, including the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET). All Canadians have an opportunity to support the arrival of Displaced Ukrainians. Learn more about how you can help below and by viewing our “How Can I Help” flowchart.

Cash Donation

Many Displaced Ukrainians had to leave everything behind due to the war in Ukraine. The need for financial support is strong. CISSA-ACSEI is accepting and redistributing financial donations on behalf of Service Provider Organizations across Canada who are supporting Displaced Ukrainians.

Corporate Donations

The Government of Canada has partnered with CISSA-ACSEI and the national network of settlement organizations to provide direct and critical support to those in need. Canadian businesses are invited to donate through the portal Call to action: Canadian Industry for Ukraine.

Housing

The coordination of short and longer term housing offers will be handled by each province or territory. Information in this section will be updated as soon as local systems are in place.

Employment Opportunities

If you are an employer and you want to support Displaced Ukrainian in Canada with a job, please register your offer through the Canada Job Bank and follow the simple process set up to help you.

Volunteer

Volunteer offers will be handled by each province or territory. Information in this section will be updated as it becomes available. In the interim, we invite you to contact local immigrant serving agencies in your community to offer your volunteer support.

Supporting Partners

The Operation Ukrainian Safe Haven is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and coordinated in partnership with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress.