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Razom was founded in 2014 in the aftermath of Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity. Since then, our volunteer-driven organization has benefitted from the contributions of hundreds of individuals from diverse backgrounds and walks of life. Through their generous donation of time, knowledge, expertise, and passion, we have been able to support numerous projects and initiatives aimed at improving the lives of Ukrainians. Our name, Razom, which means “together” in Ukrainian, reflects our commitment to the power of community in effecting positive change. We believe that by working together, we can help unleash Ukraine’s full potential, both for its own citizens and for the world at large.


We maintain a relentless focus on the needs on the ground to support Ukraine and on opportunities to amplify voices from Ukraine in conversations in the United States. We operate in Ukraine as Razom Dlia Ukraini (Разом Для України) and we collaborate with organizations and individuals so that we can deliver the highest impact.


Since russia’s full-scale invasion began on February 24th, 2022, we have been amazed at the outpouring of support from volunteers, donors, and organizations. Thanks to the generosity of over 170,000 donors, we have received over $75 million in funding, as well as numerous in-kind donations. Over the course of 2022, Razom has been able to deploy over $50 million in emergency response programs across Ukraine.


Currently, Razom is transitioning from a fully volunteer-run to a hybrid volunteer-staff model to ensure sustainability of all the organization’s activities.  Volunteers remain an essential part of Razom’s identity, and we continue to welcome everyone who wants to join us in our mission to support Ukraine.


We invite you to become a Razom volunteer! We have a wide range of projects, events, and operations that could benefit from your skills and expertise. Whether you’re a beginner or a highly skilled professional, we welcome volunteers with all levels of experience. You can help remotely or in person, depending on your availability and location.

Join our dedicated team and help Ukraine today!


Razom for Ukraine is seeking interns for various positions across our programs and projects. Candidates must be studying or working towards a university degree. Razom internships are primarily unpaid volunteer opportunities, and we highly encourage candidates to explore university funding or college credit options, if applicable. On a case-by-case basis, Razom may provide limited funding. If interested in this option, please indicate this in your application. Mentorship is highly valued and interns are exposed to different Razom initiatives over the course of their internships. 


Vice President of Development


The VP of Development will be responsible for identifying, engaging, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding current and prospective donors to meet annual revenue targets.

We are transitioning from being volunteer-run to a hybrid staff/volunteer model, and need someone who can come on board, ramp up quickly and engage with our incredible network of donors to create a long-term fundraising strategy.

We are looking for a leader who is able to build a team, and continue the work that has been started by volunteers during the twelve month period of explosive and unprecedented growth.

Razom Health Global Program Director/VP Razom for Ukraine


The Razom Health Global Program Director will assess the current structure of the team against expected goals, and work closely with the Razom Health team, and other key stakeholders on process efficiencies, while engaging with Razom leadership in the development and implementation of a longer-term vision and structure.

Research Analyst 


The Research Analyst will be the primary person responsible for producing the materials we use to advocate for our mission, to help build a democratic and prosperous Ukraine. To accomplish this, the research assistant’s main duties will be fulfilling research requests from Razom Advocacy team leads, as well as identifying and then producing materials that would be useful to our government and community advocacy efforts. This position will be hybrid, combining in-person presence on Capitol Hill or at our DC office in Eastern Market with remote working days.

Executive Assistant

Reporting to the CEO, the Executive Assistant is a critical member of a dynamic global team. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in solving problems in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include supporting the CEO and executive team with administrative work. 

Grants Manager, Razom Health

Razom Health focuses on supporting hospitals and healthcare institutions serving patients across Ukraine, including frontline areas. Emerging from a training program for neurosurgeons, Razom Health has expanded into a multifaceted initiative responding to the humanitarian crisis following the 2022 invasion. Our team provides critical medical aid, care and education to under-resourced healthcare facilities in Ukraine. 

Risk and Compliance Officer

As a growing international organization, with a diverse set of programs, we are looking for a seasoned compliance professional with a startup attitude. The ideal candidate will have experience working in fast-growing, international non-profit organizations.

The Risk and Compliance Officer will work across programs and teams, as well as with the external legal team to ensure Razom maintains compliance with relevant legal and donor and contractual requirements and best practices. The Risk and Compliance Officer will play a critical role in maintaining the organization’s integrity, reputation, and ethical standards. This position requires a strong understanding of nonprofit governance, legal compliance, and risk management principles.

NYC Office Manager

The Office Manager is a critical member of a dynamic global team. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in solving problems in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include identifying office needs, managing vendor relationships, inventory, and helping build a welcoming office culture. The majority of time will be spent in Razom’s main Flatiron/Chelsea office with occasional visits to Razom’s smaller East Village location.

Associate Director of Public Engagement

The position is centered on executing the goals of the Public Engagement team within Razom’s Advocacy Program, in direct coordination with the Director of Public Engagement. These responsibilities include engaging with both Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian stakeholders and organizations, the development of Razom’s advocacy network, and the facilitation of important connections for the Ukrainian advocacy space.

Financial Director in Ukraine


The Financial Director of Razom for Ukraine is responsible for managing the organization’s financial resources, ensuring its financial health, and complying with accounting, tax, and regulatory requirements. In addition, the Financial Director collaborates with the global leadership team on planning and budgeting for programs in Ukraine, establishes financial metrics and key performance indicators in collaboration with other teams, and presents monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports.

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Russia has again hit Ukraine in a massive missile attack, aiming at multiple cities and destroying Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kyiv – the biggest and most modern facility to treat complicated cases of cancer and heart disease in children.

Razom Health is on the ground, ready to mobilize supplies, equipment and work with partners aid and assist.

You can help support our teams already volunteering and working to help innocent victims of the Okhmatdyt tragedy and other healthcare facilities in Ukraine that are under regular threat of attack.