Events & Resources

Upcoming Events in NOLA

Here are some of the upcoming events that support Ukraine or the community in New Orleans: 


February 26, 2023 at 12pm: New Orleans Museum of Art in City Park

Russia's Invasion of Ukraine: One Year On

Friday, February 24, at 3:30 pm: Stone Auditorium, Woldenberg Art Center, Tulane University

Past Events

Ukrainian Aid Benefit Show for Ukrainian War Refugees & Aid

05/25/22 | Doors 6 PM CDT, Show 7 PM CDT | Tipitina's | 501 Napoleon Ave

Featuring Honey Island Swamp Band, Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns, Muevelo, & Leyla McCalla!

Doors at 6pm
Show starts at 7pm
7:00-7:45pm Meschiya Lake and the Little Big Horns
8:00-8:45pm Leyla McCalla
9:00-9:45pm Muevelo
10pm-till Honey Island Swamp Band
Previously raised funds were spent on 400 IFAK medic kits, shipping 19 pallets of medical aid, support a hospice evacuation in Donbass, help IDPs in Zaporozhie, enable insulin and food distribution in Kherson and Kharkiv, buy several ambulance vehicles, contribute to evacuation of women with children, and support numerous Ukrainian organizations on the ground.
This time proceeds from this event will benefit KRYLA and a Ukrainian based non profit Community Self Help.

Tulane University Concert Band Spring Concert

04/29/22 | 7:00 - 9:00 PM CDT | Dixon Hall, Tulane University

Kryla will have a donations table, along with some merch available for sale. Proceeds will go towards our projects. The Tulane University Concert Band will present their Spring Concert under the direction of Barry Spanier. Organized by Newcomb Department of Music.

Link to Event 


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Other Organizations aiding Ukraine


Razom was founded in 2014 to support Maidan protesters in Ukraine. In the past few months, Razom has been fundraising to support humanitarian efforts through Razom Emergency Response. They’re delivering medical items, hospital supplies and tech-enabled emergency response supplies to Ukraine.


Proliska is working to support civilians trapped in Ukraine’s war zone. They provide both humanitarian assistance and psychological support to those affected by the invasion of Ukraine.