List of Chernobyl-related charities


List of Chernobyl-related charities

This is an incomplete list of Chernobyl-related charities and charitable organisations that were created in response to the Chernobyl disaster of 1986, or whose work involves supporting those suffering the ongoing effects:

  • The Greater Chernobyl Cause [1] (based in Ireland works in Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Russia)
  • Aid Convoy (based in the United Kingdom)
  • American Belarussian Relief Organization (based in the United States)
  • British Humanitarian Aid (based in the United Kingdom)
  • Chabad’s Children of Chernobyl (CCOC)[2] (based in Israel and the United States)
  • Chernobyl Children Life Line[3]
  • Chernobyl Children's Project UK (based in the UK)
  • Chernobyl Children's Project International (based in the United States and Ireland)
  • Children of Chernobyl Fund Wells (based in Wells, United Kingdom)
  • Friends of Chernobyl's Children (based in the United Kingdom)
  • Heart Hope Help (based in the United Kingdom)
  • Chernobyl Child Aid (based in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland.)
  • Friends of the Children of Chernobyl (has 14 branches in Ireland)
  • Trust for Chernobyl Children (Kent and Surrey - United Kingdom)
  • Medical Project OSVITA (based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

See also

References

  1. ^ Greater Chernobyl Cause
  2. ^ Chabad’s Children of Chernobyl
  3. ^ Chernobyl victims enjoy holiday

External links

Further charities (and "public organizations") which don't have Wikipedia entries


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