The three-time Grand Slam champion says he will partner with UNICEF to help provide medical supplies and development kits.
As Russian President Vladimir Putin enters the invasion of Ukraine for the 14th day, at least two million refugees have been forced to flee the country.
“More than 7.5 million children are at risk due to the escalating conflict in Ukraine, so I am working with UNICEF UK to help provide urgent medical supplies and early childhood development tools,” tweeted Murray, a UNICEF Ambassador.
“It is a continuous vital education, so UNICEF is working to enable displaced children to learn, as well as support the rehabilitation of damaged schools, along with the replacement of equipment and furniture,” he added.
“Children in Ukraine need peace – now”.
Murray’s donation comes after the three governing bodies of tennis — the ATP, WTA and ITF — and the organizations that run each of the Grand Slams pledged a total of $700,000 “to support humanitarian relief efforts for the war in Ukraine.”