The office of international affairs is deeply concerned about the current situation in Ukraine. We support our students, their families, and friends who are affected by the invasion, and stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
How can you help?
Post your support for Ukraine, condemning the war on your social media, #standwithukraine, #notowar
Wear blue and/or yellow colors to show your support for the people of Ukraine.
Write your congressional members request support for Ukraine and her people, including the more than 1-million refugees.
Avoid mis- and disinformation: check the source of the information you are sharing/reading and use only reputable sources.
Resources for those outside of Ukraine:
NAFSA- a resource for international education, has a page for immigration recourses for Ukraine.
Local organizations in Pittsburgh:
- Donate to the Ukraine relief fund
- Drop off essential items from this list to the Rankin Croatian Club
- Make a contribution to the Ukrainian relief fund through the Brother’s Brother Foundation to provide mobile medical units and send care kits to refugees
- Donate medical supplies like analgesics, gauze and tape, as well as thermal underwear, lanterns, and headlamps directly to St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church in the South Side. The supplies will be shipped to Ukraine next week.
- St. Peter and St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church is also collecting donations and items to send to Ukraine. Items can be dropped off in Carnegie, PA or at Nataliya European Food Market on Murray Ave.