Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Resource Hub

Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Resource Hub

Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Resource Hub


From April to August 2022, Henry Schein Cares launched the Ukraine Hygiene Pack Program, a global effort responding to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. As a result of the campaign, more than 200 Henry Schein health care customers purchased $10 hygiene packs, which included toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, and shampoo, and were kitted by more than 300 Team Schein Members, customers, and their families and friends. This took place at the Company's Reno, NV and Grapevine, TX distribution centers, as well as sites in France, Italy, Germany, and Australia. Once items were purchased and kitted, more than 27,000 people received hygiene packs thanks to nonprofit partners, MedShare and International Medical Corps, who worked with local partners such as Razom for Ukraine, RescueNow, Egida, and United Family Foundation.

Ukraine Humanitarian Aid

In addition, Henry Schein Cares and the Henry Schein Cares Foundation committed $1 million in cash and product donations toward the humanitarian crisis by supporting our long-standing global humanitarian aid partners with the necessary medical supplies to aid health care professionals and civilians in need. Our partners understand how to operate efficiently and deliver relief during desperate times of need, and we strive to amplify their efforts by connecting you to avenues of support. Collectively, we can make a more significant impact toward the needed $4.3B (U.S.) in funding, according to the UN, to help the Ukrainian people and refugees from this war access water, food, health care, and other essential services.

The organizations listed below are trusted partners of Henry Schein Cares, who are included for informational purposes only. Please visit their websites if you are interested in learning more about their efforts.

U.S.-based Global Non-Profit Organizations

  • Direct Relief
    Providing urgently needed medical aid, including emergency response packs intended for first responders, oxygen concentrators, critical care medicines, and much more.
  • International Medical Corps
    Increasing access to medical services, child protection, and mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) for those living in areas affected by war.
  • IsraAID
    Focusing initially on urgent relief distributions and protection and mental health support for vulnerable, newly arrived Ukrainian refugees in Moldova.
  • Map International
    Providing medicines and health supplies to those in need.
  • MedShare
    Providing humanitarian aid by delivering medical supplies and equipment to Ukraine and surrounding areas.
  • Project C.U.R.E.
    Providing humanitarian support such as life-saving supplies and equipment to their partners in Ukraine.
  • Project HOPE
    Actively shipping essential medicines and medical supplies to assist Ukrainians.
  • Save the Children
    Delivering essential humanitarian aid to children and their families.
  • Ukrainian Medical Association of North America
    Providing critical medical and humanitarian aid to Ukraine by working closely with UMANA branches in the United States and Canada.

European-based Non-Governmental Organizations and Associations

  • Polish Humanitarian Action
    Providing humanitarian aid including food and other forms of support to people who had to leave their homes.
  • SOS Children's Village
    On the ground in Ukraine and the surrounding countries, working tirelessly to keep children and families safe.
  • Siepomaga
    One of the largest social charitable channels in Poland with several Ukraine charity campaigns.
  • Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME)
    Represents national medical associations across Europe and working in partnership with WMA and EFMA.
  • Ukrainian Red Cross
    National Societies in surrounding countries, with support from IFRC, are assisting people leaving Ukraine with shelter, basic aid items, and medical supplies.
  • World Medical Association (WMA)
    Ukraine Medical Help Fund by WMA, CPME, and EFMA to support medical supply chains.

United Nations (UN) and Its Agencies

  • UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
    The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund is a country-based pooled fund. Donations will help humanitarian NGOs and UN agencies in the Ukraine to assist the most vulnerable communities and people, and to provide them with urgently needed food, water, shelter, and other basic support.
    Working to scale up life-saving support for children and their families.
  • The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
    Dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights, and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities, and stateless people.
  • World Health Organization (WHO) Foundation
    Supporting vital health care provision to the Ukrainian population today.

Click Here to See Updates from the United Nations (UN), USAID, and the U.S. Embassy of Ukraine