Operation Ukrainian Safe Haven
The Government of Canada has partnered with the Operation Ukrainian Safe Haven-Opération havre de paix pour les Ukrainiens (OUSH-OHPU) and the national network of settlement organizations to provide direct and critical support to those in need.
Please view our Corporate Donation Manual for more information.
Canadian businesses are invited to donate goods and services through the portal Call to action: Canadian Industry for Ukraine.
Donations from Canadian businesses will go to Ukrainians and other displaced persons making Canada their home.
Suppose you are willing to make a cash donation. In that case, please know that OUSH-OHPU is also accepting and redistributing cash donations from Canadian businesses on behalf of the service provider organizations across the country, which help with Immigration to Ukraine in Canada. Companies are invited to make financial donations here. Official tax-deductible receipts will be provided for donations over $20.
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Since the launch of Canadian Industry for Ukraine donation portal in May this year, Canadian Businesses continue to offer donations to support displaced Ukrainians arriving in Canada. The Operation Ukrainian Safe Haven (OUSH) coordinates the allocation and distribution of the donations through the network of local service providers in each province.
Promoting accountability and transparency, OUSH provides a holistic overview of the allocation and distribution of the generosity by the Canadian Businesses.
Here are quick notes that guide the allocation and distribution efforts: