These companies are mobilizing to help Ukrainian refugees

It is now estimated that one million Ukrainian refugees have crossed the borders of the beleaguered nation. A number of European countries accept Ukrainian refugees, including the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Germany.

While many U.S. companies support sanctions and halt shipments of their products to Russia, some also support refugee relief efforts.

Airbnb (ABNB) – Get the Class A report from Airbnb, Inc. partners with resettlement agencies to provide free temporary housing to up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees.

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, will donate $10 million to NGOs, including UNICEF and the UN Refugee Agency, iSans and People in Need, to provide emergency relief. emergency to Ukrainian refugees and children.

Uber is offering “unlimited free rides” between Ukrainian border crossings and the Polish cities of Lublin and Rzeszow to support refugees, their families and NGOs.

The jeweler Pandora has donated more than a million dollars to UNICEF, the United Nations children’s agency.

Elon Musk acknowledged that SpaceX has delivered an unspecified number of Starlink terminals to Ukraine, which are linked to a recently launched fleet of satellites to provide high-speed broadband service.

Apple (AAPL) – Get the Apple Inc. report. CEO Tim Cook said the company donates to humanitarian efforts and offered to match employee donations at a 2-to-1 rate.

The Washington, DC-based nonprofit World Central Kitchen provides tens of thousands of hot meals to refugees at the Polish border.

Portland-based outdoor brand Keen is donating $55,000 in cash, shoes and other essentials to refugees at the borders of Poland, Slovakia and Hungary.

The refugee crisis in Ukraine is likely to worsen as the war continues and several organizations are supporting displaced people in the region, including the International Red Cross, UNICEFand UNHCR.