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An update from our partner, ShelterBox

At Together Rising, we believe that communities and individuals in crisis are the experts on what they need.  So while carefully searching for, vetting, and selecting our partners on the ground, one of the most important values we consider is how well they listen to the communities they serve, and adapt their response based on…


Together Rising is funding an additional $941,000 to support families whose lives have been shattered by the attacks on Ukraine

For two weeks, the world has watched as horrific violence terrorizes children and families in Ukraine. Countless civilians have been killed. More than two million have become refugees overnight, fleeing for their lives. A deadly bombing just decimated a children’s hospital. Within a moment, what should be a safe place for kids to receive medical…


Together Rising has sent $1,003,617.38 to to seven boots-on-the-ground partners for urgent help for Ukraine, including for BIPOC and LGBTQIA2S+ communities

On Monday, we announced that more than 13,000 of you donated an incredible $1,003,617.38 in less than 72 hours to support Ukrainian families. We promised you that our team was working to deploy every penny in the most impactful ways. As of this afternoon, Together Rising has sent $1,003,617.38 to seven trusted, boots-on-the-ground partners to…


Ukraine update

On Friday, we announced Together Rising’s $250,000 initial commitment—and we came to you and asked if you’d join us in standing in continued solidarity with those whose lives were shattered by the invasion of Ukraine. In less than 72 hours, more than 13,000 of you donated an incredible $1,003,617.38. We are deeply grateful for this…


Ukraine Response

Yesterday, just before dawn, Russia invaded Ukraine, launching widespread attacks across the sovereign nation. In both the capital of Kyiv and in villages across the nation, families piled into cars and trains, desperate to flee, terrified as their lives were upended in a moment. Soldiers faced the impossible reality of sending their children and partners…