The people of Ukraine, including social work educators and staff of schools of social work, have been suffering from the Russian invasion since February 24, 2022. Ordinary life has become one of destruction and devastation of homes, infrastructure, and the entire living environment. People live in fear of losing their loved ones and each and every member of their country. Due to military attacks from the ground and air, over 15 million people have already been forced to leave their homes and have become internally displaced or refugees in other countries. Fear, loss, and an uncertain future are the common experiences of recent weeks. Thousands of people in Mariupol have been surviving in the occupied city for over three weeks without food, water, heating, or humanitarian aid. It is estimated that 150,000 people are still trapped in the city. Children, adults, elderly people from large and small cities, towns, villages are suffering and dying due to intensive bombing and shelling all over Ukraine, and acute humanitarian crisis in many towns and cities.