A Coalition of Technology Vendors Supporting Ukraine
The conditions of our coalition involve each vendor making a significant cash contribution to charitable organizations helping Ukrainian with humanitarian aid, as well as providing Ukrainians with access to free tech services where possible.
To ensure donations get into the right hands, we’ve curated the following list of organizations where you can make donations. Using many online lists as the basis, we checked against Charity Navigator and other sites to ensure the validity of these organizations to the best of our ability. For anyone else interested in donating, the following are our recommended organizations.
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For those interested in having DNSFilter match their donations (up to $50,000 total), these are the charities we are supporting. Please click the link below and follow the instructions on the form that pops up. For vendors who want to join our coalition, please click here for more details.
Razom was founded in 2014 to help Ukrainians fight for civil rights and a better future. Their emergency response team has been sending critical medical supplies, like resuscitators, tourniquets, burn dressings, and more. They are partnering with Ukrainian and Polish warehouses to store and distribute supplies.
Revived Soldiers Ukraine
Revived Soldiers Ukraine provides medical aid and rehabilitation to Ukrainian soldiers and their families. During this crisis, they are sending ambulance vans fully equipped with medical devices to the most affected cities in Ukraine, like Kyiv and Kharkiv.
Voices of Children
Voices of Children provides psychological support to young children affected by war. Through art therapy and psychological treatment, their programs address the specific needs of kids living through armed conflict.
Ukraine Humanitarian Fund
The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund is organized through the United Nations Crisis Relief program. This fund provides basic needs, like water, food, and shelter, to vulnerable communities in Ukraine.
Project C.U.R.E. has been distributing medical supplies across 100+ countries for over three decades. Donations to this fund will help provide medical supplies and equipment to Ukrainian hospitals.
Why is this so important to us?
We refuse to accept a future where this type of aggression goes unchecked. Some of us have personal connections to Ukraine, others are doing this because we simply care. What is happening in Ukraine is a world event, and we want to do what we can.
This attack has also raised online security concerns. Russia has significant cyber capabilities dating back to at least 1996 with the Moonlight Maze data breach. Favorite tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) include network attacks, false flags, and psychological operations.
They rely on a vast pool of highly skilled technical experts displaced by limited economic mobility. These advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are closely aligned with the Kremlin’s objectives and worldview but not officially sanctioned by Russia. This separation limits exposure to the nation state while inflicting maximum damage on victims.
Ukraine and neighboring countries served as proving grounds for Russia’s cyber forces, providing opportunities for them to refine their cyber techniques while demonstrating their capabilities on the world stage to influence or deter adversaries.
Simple DDoS attacks and DNS hijackings that typified Russian cyber operations in Estonia and Georgia have since been overshadowed by more sophisticated tactics and malware tools most recently targeting Ukraine.
Join the Coalition
Call for vendors
Join Our Coalition
We want to get other security and software vendors involved. If your company is interested in sharing your product for free with Ukrainian businesses and individuals and would like to use this space to promote your services, please click here to join now.
We have one requirement: You must provide proof that you have made a donation in support of Ukraine. All companies listed on this page are not just providing their services for free, but they are taking monetary action to help Ukrainian citizens. We ask this because we realize that there might not be many Ukrainian companies that take advantage of this, and we want to ensure that we are facilitating help in some form.
If you are only able to make a cash donation, we would still like to list you with the amazing vendors who have already made contributions.
Members of our Coalition
For those in Ukraine who are able to take advantage of these digital technology offerings, many vendors are offering their services for free.
With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, technology services has become increasingly important for the region—and security in particular. To see the range of vendors sharing their services freely with Ukraine, please scroll to the bottom of the page.
DNSFilter provides AI-driven DNS security, threat protection, and content filtering. Increase your cybersecurity protection, protect from malware, ransomware, and phishing at the DNS layer. DNSFilter is donating $25,000 and matching up to $50,000 in donations from anyone contributing through this page. They are also providing free licenses for their product to any businesses from Ukraine.
Gradient MSP is billing reconciliation for MSPs. They have made a generous cash donation to those affected by the unjust Russian invasion of Ukraine.
All-in-one cybersecurity for small and midsize businesses. AaDya Security believes the size of your business shouldn’t limit your ability to combat cyber threats. In addition to a cash donation, AaDya has committed to offering licenses of their basic Judy security offering free for one year to any Ukranian business. To claim, please click the link below and choose “Get Judy” on their web page.
Anaptyx designs deploys and maintains large-scale wi-fi networks for hotels, municipalities, and customers such as the US Air Force and US Navy. In addition to their cash contribution, Anaptyx will provide up to $10,000 worth of point-to-point wireless hardware for those affected by the unjust Russian invasion of Ukraine.
People can check if a website is legit or a scam for free on Scamadviser. In addition to their cash contribution, ScamAdviser is offering Ukrainian companies who would like to have access to their API or data feed to contact jorij (at) scamadviser.com.
Arthur Ventures is an early growth capital firm that leads investments in B2B software companies. Since 2013, they’ve partnered with 35+ companies in over 20 different cities across all regions.
The Internet Foundation is an independent, business-driven and non-profit organization that works for an internet that contributes positively to people and society. They are responsible for the internet’s Swedish top-level domain .se and handle the operation and administration of the top-level domain .nu.
Elastic is the leading platform for search-powered solutions. Elastic Security, powered by the platform, enables customers to quickly prevent, detect, and respond to complex cyber threats and destructive ransomware attacks with a unified SIEM, endpoint, and cloud security solution. Elastic is donating $25,000 and matching employee contributions in support of those impacted by travesty in Ukraine. Elastic is also offering free access to platinum Elastic Security capabilities to all organizations in Ukraine. Please click the link below to claim.
McGaw is an agency helping companies optimize their middle and bottom of funnels with their Marketing Technology, Automation, and Analytics.
Adversarial Risk Management provides advisory services to cybersecurity startups and advisory work for fast-growing companies needing to establish an effective cyber program.
MindWise stops fraud before it’s attempted through their Dark Web Surveillance Platform. Identify fraudulent activity across several applications using MindWise’s Modular Analytics Engine.
FlashStart secures Enterprises, K12 Schools and Governments from Cyber threats and inappropriate web contents.
The global anycast network and artificial intelligence guarantee fast, robust and up-to-date Internet protection everywhere.
Huntress combines a powerful managed detection and response (MDR) platform with a team of human threat hunters—so you can protect your business from today’s