Returning deported children from russia
Save Ukraine is the only public organization in Ukraine that regularly organizes and successfully conducts Rescue Missions to return Ukrainian children.
More than ㅤ19,000 ㅤUkrainian children were deported to russia, and ㅤ 744,000 ㅤchildren, according to open sources voiced by rf.

More than ㅤ6,000ㅤ young Ukrainians have been sent to re-education facilities inside russia or the russian-held areas of Ukraine under the pretext of "recovery".

Since February 24, 2022, we have already rescued 118 forcibly deported children from Russia and 120 - from the occupied territories of Ukraine.
Main stages of returning deported Ukrainian children
Identifying abducted children and their whereabouts;
It takes over a month to prepare for a single special operation after discovering the deportation fact until the mothers depart Ukraine to retrieve their children.
Returning children back to Ukraine;
Documenting children's cases and filing them to local and international courts by 3 teams of lawyers;
Helping children and their families recover their psychological and physical health.
Media about us
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Ukrainian children taken by Russia reunited with families
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Seventeen Ukrainian children who were sent to camps in Crimea by Russian officials were reunited with their families in Kyiv today. They are among thousands who were transferred to Russia or the regions it occupies.
The documents and certificates for mothers and children;
Overnight hotel stays.
Save Ukraine fully assumes all financial costs and expenses related to the Rescue Missions. We pay for:
Financial expenses
Take care of all costs associated with transportation services (tickets, bus, and minibus rental, driver fees, fuel costs);
Food costs to ensure proper nutrition during the journey;
Join us in raising funds for rescue operations
Child deportations have no place in a civilized world. Your donation can return abducted Ukrainian children home!
Their stories
Inna and Nikita Ivanov
15-year-old Nikita from Kherson has always been a gifted football player. Coming from an athletic family, the boy regularly attended national and international tournaments...
Olga Anodina
and Andrii Kozlovskyi
Before the full-scale invasion, Olha, her son, and her daughter lived in the village of Kyselivka, Kherson region. On the day before the invasion, Olha and her daughter were visiting the city of Mykolaiv...
Tatyana and Lilija Vlajko
Prior to the russian invasion, Tatiana Vlaiko lived in the village of Oleksandrіvka, 40 kilometers from Kherson in southern Ukraine. She was working as a cheese molder, raising a 19-year-old son...
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