Help Ukrainian People
Getting help to Ukraine is half the battle.
HUP gets aid to people on the ground right now.
Today, Ukraine is the focal point of the battle for the world's wellbeing. Thousands of children have been killed or injured, and separated from their parents. Women including girls as young as 6 years old have become victims of the Russian war crimes.
Millions of people who led normal lives before the war are without water, electricity, and food. In many red zones obtaining essentials such as water means risking your life.
Why Support For Wellbeing?
For WellBeing supports local volunteers on the ground who are able to obtain medications and food and deliver to those people who need it most. After our team collects and transfers donations, it takes just a few days for our volunteers to deliver packages and send us photos/videos and receipts. In this war for the free wrold where rules or respect for humanity are out of the window, micro efforts are working more effectively than big organizations and funds that require more procedures and funding to make aid happen now.
Small Team and Local Volunteers Are More Effective
Roughly $1.2 billion in government humanitarian aid contributions for Ukraine, 67% is going to United Nations agencies, 10% to the Red Cross, 7% to international NGOs, and less than 0.1% directly to Ukrainian organizations, according to the U.N. financial tracking system. Less than 0.1% to those doing the most urgent work, those who know exactly how to navigate the situation on the ground. Our volunetters are using their personal vehicles, spend as long as 16 hours to deliver packages and go through multiple checkpoints while risking their lives.
To United Nations agencies
To the Red Cross
To international NGOs
To Ukrainian organizations
You Can Make A Difference
Your support enables small teams and solo volunteers in Ukraine's most devastating hotspots working day and night to provide help, especially for the most vulnerable — children, elderly, and chronically ill. We focus our aid on them, funding small teams on the ground doing the most urgent and impactful work today. All with receipts, photos, and full accountability.
Please Donate Today
If you care about the World's wellbeing, if you want to help Urkaine's wellbeing today, let us guide your help to where
it is needed most. Make your impact today.
Help those most struggling to survive.
Meet our Team
Founder of and Chief Experience Officer at Marketing For Wellness
Executives who worked with Alana call her innovative and thought-provoking for a reason,
in her 20+ years of leadership across industries, she's pushed brands beyond what they thought possible. When she saw the invasion of the country where she was born, Alana knew exactly the difficulties local volunteers and international goodhearted organizations would face.
She created Help Ukrainian People initiative. Alana brought together volunteers under to facilitate aid to people on the ground.
Tim Lavengood
Executive Director at Technology Innovation Center
Tim's current focus is launching the Technology Innovation Center at the Illinois Science and Technology Park in Skokie, Illinois. This is the only purely commercial lab-based incubator facility in the Chicago area. It incubates early stage science entrepreneurs generating proof of commercial concept data for reference customers, investors and regulators. This is the sixth incubator location managed by TIC and the second launched by Tim Lavengood. Just nine months after opening, TIC Skokie has reached capacity in its initial space and is beginning a waiting list.
Ella Salgenick
Founder & Art Director
Max founded our company. He is the father of our main goals and values. He found the core members of our team and helped them to show their unique talents in the work process.
Irina Friedgan
Liliya Dikin
Entrepreneur, philanthropist, and senior Marketing Executive
Lika has been moving mountains in any industry you can think of with her brilliant marketing strategy and campaign development.

Born in Kyiv, when the war broke out in eastern Ukraine in 2014- 2015, Lika had organized a massive campaign, delivering 2,397 lbs of donated children's shoes, clothing, school & medical supplies to Ukrainian Orphanages. She's currently running orphanage/foster home evacuations across Ukraine, which requires immediate financial, logistical, and housing support. In her work within the Women's Leadership Committee of Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, she knows just how many years the Kindertransport (1938-1940) took to plan and is imploring donors not to repeat that mistake in Ukraine today
David Kieve
Communications lead and community organizer
David seems to have connections in every community and city in the world, within a week becoming deeply involved with several projects helping Ukraine: from donations to individual volunteers to coordinating evacuations to bringing web3 to the rescue. Born in Kyiv, he has spent every day of the war directing traffic between the needs in Ukraine and the resources abroad.