Ukraine: “Ein Herz für Kinder” provides 1 million euros in emergency aid


The suffering of the little ones in Ukraine is hard to grasp.

Children are hurt and driven away, they have to leave behind, which means safety and security. “We have to do everything we can to help these children quickly and concretely!” says Sarah Majorczyk, Chairwoman of “Ein Herz für Kinder”.

The BILD aid organization is therefore making one million euros available as emergency aid for children from the Ukraine!

Fast help on site

With its project partners such as “humedica” and the “Action Alliance for Disaster Relief”, the association supports the children in this terrible situation on site.

Sebastian Zausch, from humedica eV: “Our most important goal is the rapid transport of relief supplies to neighboring countries, for example Poland and Romania.” The people need warm blankets, sleeping bags, but also long-lasting food.

Because in many refugee shelters in Ukraine and the neighboring countries, the bare essentials are missing.

Help also outside of Ukraine

Shortly before the Polish border in Lemberg, little Emilia (1.5) is stuck with Mama Daria (27) and Grandma Vera (46) from Kharkiv. They had to flee from the bombs, leaving dad and grandpa behind. The BILD aid organization is now supporting children like Emilia who have to leave their country.



The BILD aid organization would like to give children like Emilia some normality in the crisis region Photo: Til Biermann/BILD

Like many families, the women now want to make their way to Germany. And there, too, children urgently need help.

“We are committed to all these children – and you make this possible with your donations, dear readers! I can only thank you from the bottom of my heart for that,” said the “Ein Herz für Kinder” chairwoman.

How does “Ein Herz für Kinder” already help?

On the one hand, the association supports project partners such as “humedica” and the “Action Alliance for Disaster Relief” who are in the crisis regions. For example, food, medicines, bandages, but also everything that protects against the cold and psychological care are needed.

On the other hand, “Ein Herz für Kinder” helps in Germany, for example, is in contact with the Freiburg city mission, which has taken in 150 orphans (BILD reported). They are taken care of for 14 days – after that they need accommodation, care, etc.


You are safe!  After the exhausting journey, the Ukrainian orphans get off the bus in Freiburg

You are safe! After the exhausting journey, the Ukrainian orphans get off the bus in FreiburgPhoto: Sascha Baumann

“Krisenchat”, which has recruited 200 Ukrainian psychologists, also gets help to help affected children and young people unbureaucratically via chat with everything they have to deal with mentally.


The BILD aid organization

The BILD aid organization “Ein Herz für Kinder” supports children in crisis areas around the world Photo: BILD

Who can “A Heart for Children” help?

Write to us if you and your children are affected by the war yourself – or if you are helping children and families directly affected in Ukraine and need support.

Non-profit institutions, facilities and associations that issue donation receipts can now submit applications to “A heart for children” place. Of course, private individuals who need help can also get in touch.

Please send inquiries and applications to: [email protected] or by post to BILD hilft eV “A heart for children”, mailbox 3410, 20350 Hamburg.

Eligible costs are, for example: food, clothing, medicines, hygiene items, baby products, transport, subsistence or accommodation costs. The applications are checked at short notice according to the criteria of EHfK and processed in the order in which they are received.

Can I continue to donate to “A Heart for Children”?

Yes! If you would like to help us to help even more children affected by the war in Ukraine, please donate to:

BILD helps eV A heart for children

IBAN: DE65 2007 0000 0067 6767 07

Password: Ukraine

BIC: DEUTDEHH

or donate online at www.ein-herz-fuer-kinder.de or at www.paypal.me/einherzfuerkinder

This is how celebrities call for donations


Katarina Witt (56, Olympic champion): “It is unimaginable that something that is almost unbelievable has happened and that the peaceful people of Ukraine are at war.  Your suffering is infinitely sad.  Bi

Katarina Witt (56, Olympic champion): “It is unimaginable that something that is almost unbelievable has happened and that the peaceful people of Ukraine are at war. Your suffering is infinitely sad. Please, let us help them and show that we will not let them down.”Photo: picture alliance / Stephan Persc


Frank Rosin (55, star chef):

Frank Rosin (55, star chef): “With all the suffering, it’s our damned duty to pay attention to those who can’t help themselves. Think of the children!”Photo: Jens Hartmann


Andreas (44, right) and Chris Ehrlich (40, magic duo

Andreas (44, right) and Chris Ehrlich (40, magic duo “Ehrlich Brothers”): “Not every suffering can be magically removed. But any kind of help is a bit of magic.”Photo: picture alliance / eg


Eko Fresh (38, rapper and movie star):

Eko Fresh (38, rapper and movie star): “We could feel helpless. But the truly helpless are stuck in the war zone. The really helpless ones are the children.”Photo: Dirk Mathesius


Tony Marshall (84, pop singer):

Tony Marshall (84, pop singer): “We should all think about the children of Ukraine now and donate to them.”Photo: picture alliance / picture allia


Dagmar Berghoff (79,

Dagmar Berghoff (79, “Tagesschau” icon): “It hurts my heart to see how the children have to suffer from this senseless and mean war.”Photo: NIELS STARNICK / BILD AM SONNTAG


Tina Ruland (55, TV star):

Tina Ruland (55, TV star): “We can take responsibility here that the suffering of the people is alleviated a little bit.”Photo: RTL / Stefan Menne


Wladimir Klitschko (45, boxing legend):

Wladimir Klitschko (45, boxing legend): “War in Europe! You couldn’t have imagined that before. We experience that here in Ukraine every minute. War brings a lot of suffering – especially for children. Please donate to the future of children in Ukraine.”Photo: Robert Schlesinger


Thomas Anders (59, pop star):

Thomas Anders (59, pop star): “What we can do now is to help the little ones because they are defenseless. With your donations you are helping to alleviate the suffering.”Photo: Rolf Vennenbernd/dpa


Michael Michalsky (55, star designer):

Michael Michalsky (55, star designer): “This war is a catastrophe! And children are the most innocent victims of this catastrophe. Please donate too!”Photo: picture alliance/dpa


Sasha (50, pop star):

Sasha (50, pop star): “Millions of children in Ukraine now need food, medicine, a roof over their heads – and mental care. Please help!”Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa

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