There are a number of organizations which are accepting monetary and material donations to aid the hundreds of thousands of Uzbeks affected by the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan. I have listed several of them below, and I hope Registan readers will add their own information in the comments section or by contacting the editor of this site.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is working with Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan to provide food, shelter and medical assistance. Go to their website and select Tashkent (Regional) under “programme”.
The Kyrgyz-Uzbek Peace Initiative is organizing humanitarian relief efforts from the US. Visit their website for more information, including how to donate clothes, shoes, toys and other material items from various drop-off points in the US, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan. They are doing an excellent job of providing information on relief efforts and I encourage you to check their site for updates.
Uzbek House is accepting donations in the New York City area. They are located at 2026 Ocean Ave, Apt 1B, Brooklyn, NY, 11230. You can contact Sardor (917-500-1566) or Farhod (718-200-0008) for more information.
Arbuz web forum is also accepting monetary donations. I have been told that this is legitimate by several members of the Uzbek diaspora in the US.
There is also a section on the Arbuz site which lists drop-off points for donations in various countries around the world, including the UK, Sweden, Japan, South Korea, and Canada.
If you know of other organizations soliciting donations, please provide information in the comments section below.