Help Refugees from Ukraine in Houston

Refugees from the Ukraine need your help

The Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 sparked a major refugee crisis in Europe. Fleeing the invasion, millions of Ukrainian refugees left their country and settled in neighboring countries. Many also travelled further afield, applying for asylum and refugee status in the United States, relating in a significant number of arrivals write here in Texas. If you think you could help refugees from Ukraine in Houston, please contact us, or consider donating to our programs.


Ukrainian Refugees – The statistics

271,000 Ukrainian refugees have been admitted to the United States, significantly above the stated goal of 100,000 declared by the Biden Administration.

Roughly 117,000, of those who were admitted came via the Uniting for Ukraine program, which allows American citizens to actively sponsor Ukrainians and provide financial support.

About 150,000 Ukrainians came to the U.S. via other methods, including traditional refugee visas and migration across the southern border. The US government plans to continue to support Ukrainian refugees as the war in Ukraine continues.

“DHS remains committed to supporting Ukrainians in the United States, and we continue to explore opportunities to provide avenues for humanitarian relief and protection for Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s unprovoked war,” a DHS spokesperson said.


How we help refugees from Ukraine right here in Houston

Amaanah’s programs support all refugees arriving in America, including those arriving from recent war zones, so by supporting us, you can help refugees from Ukraine in Houston.

We’re always grateful for your donations, and any support you can give in time or resources.


the big sister’s circle

Amaanah helps refugee women to find their feet in America, including women from Ukraine.

Volunteers working to support refugees in Houston with Amaanah Refugee Services.

Teach 360

Our Mentors work in schools to support refugee children.

  • "The U.S. has admitted 271,000 Ukrainian refugees since Russian invasion, far above Biden’s goal of 100,000" NBC News

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