The White House is requesting an additional $37.7 billion in aid from Congress to support Ukraine as it battles Russia, according to a senior administration official. This year’s US assistance to the war-torn country would be more than $100 billion if approved.

According to CNN, the State Department will receive $14.5 billion for “direct budget support to Ukraine, critical wartime investments, security assistance, and humanitarian assistance,” among other things. The equipment, replenishment of Department of Defense stocks, and continued military, intelligence, and other defense support are part of $21.7 billion in assistance for Ukraine. The Department of Energy will receive $626 million ‘for nuclear security support to Ukraine and for modernizing the Strategic Petroleum Reserve,’ and the Department of Health and Human Services will provide standard assistance health care and support services to Ukrainian parolees, per the fact sheet.

Office of Management and Budget Director Shalanda Young wrote to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Tuesday to express her support for the people of Ukraine as they defend their sovereignty in the face of Russia’s brutal war.

“[W]e must continue to support the people of Ukraine as they defend their sovereignty and stand resolute in the face of Russia’s brutal war. Since the beginning of Putin’s war, the United States has rallied the world to support Ukraine. Together, with strong, bipartisan support in the Congress, we have provided significant assistance that has been critical to Ukraine’s success on the battlefield—and we cannot let that support run dry.”