How can I help? And where do Ukrainians coming to Vienna find help?

The current events unfolding in the heart of Europe leave all of us shocked and speechless. We‘ve compiled a list of useful links and addresses for those who seek help and those who want to do something. Feel free to contact us for any questions or if you have information to share.

Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan, from the series Broken Pole, 2019-2021, Iron, print on silk, at ZONE1 of viennacontemporary 2021. Credits:

Support for Artists and Art


Pick up points are situated all around Vienna. Here are some working every day:

  • Griechisch-katholische St. Barbara Kirche, Postgasse 8, 1010 (12:00 – 20:00)
  • University for Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1010 (8:00 – 20:00)
  • Metternich gasse 7/13 (9:00 – 21:00).

Bring sanitation & hygiene supplies, medicaments, long-lasting foods, electronic devices, masks, chocolate. The list of most needed goods is always changing and updating, contact the organisers for latest news.


Wiener Linien network is avaliable without a ticket between March 1st and March 15th.

(offer or find a home)


Donate to organisations you trust:

  • Caritas: IBAN AT232011 1000 0123 4560 (Kennwort: Soforthilfe Ukraine)
  • Nachbar in Not: IBAN AT21 2011 1400 4004 4003 (Kennwort: Hilfe für die Ukraine)
  • Rotes Kreuz: IBAN: AT57 2011 1400 1440 0144 (Kennwort: Ukraine – Hilfe für Menschen im Konflikt)
  • CARE: IBAN: AT77 6000 0000 0123 6000 BIC: BAWAATWW

Beware of frauds. If a charity or organization asks you to donate through cash, gift card, or virtual currency, it’s probably a scam

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