The Charity Commission and Fundraising Regulator have urged the public to ‘give safely’ to registered charities helping and supporting those affected by the invasion of Ukraine.
Esharelife Foundation is an official charity recognised by the Charity Commission. We consider it our priority to support our Regulator sharing its concerns and guides to investing the most effective fundraising money for Ukraine.
Esharelife Foundation is founded on giving back principles and its goal is to create new and support existing opportunities for people living in the most disadvantaged areas of the world, to lift themselves out of poverty by empowering them to build a path towards a self-sufficient future.
The essence of our foundation is its belief in respect, dialogue, and collaborative and cooperative efforts.
The current events in Ukraine are telling the world the necessity for a stronger connection, solidarity, and for giving back to society.
Therefore, the Esharelife foundation deeply condemns the attacks and atrocities against Ukraine. We express our full solidarity to Ukraine’s people and all those who are suffering innocently from this totally unacceptable war.
We support and will do whatever is possible to help and actively support humanitarian and diplomatic efforts.
Since Ukraine is not included in our scope of activities, Esharelife Foundation asks for donations of all its Ambassadors, Patrons, Testimonials and supporters to be done through a partner organisation using details below:
The Disasters Emergency Committee, a coalition of 15 leading UK charities, has launched its collective appeal to provide emergency aid and rapid relief to civilians suffering during the conflict. Many registered charities are also helping to provide vital life-saving services, like water, food and healthcare, to those caught up in the conflict, including those forced to flee to neighbouring countries.