U.S., EU, Ukraine and Russia have agreed to talks.
The items include medical supplies, water purification units and generators.
A new report comes days before President Obama travels to the region.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said NATO members needed to spend at least 2 percent of their GDP on defense in order to stop Russia from invading neighboring countries.
“Considering what President Putin is doing right now in Ukraine, it is more important than ever for every NATO ally to spend at least 2 percent of its GDP on defense,” McCain said.
Obama says Russia realizes U.S. military is "significantly superior."
The aid would include medical supplies and clothing, but would stop short of providing body armor and military-style equipment, according to the AP.
Rep. James Moran (D-Va.) on Wednesday criticized a "hurtful" satirical story that said he has introduced a bill that would require all Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to register with the Homeland Security Department.
The lawmakers say the rules run counter to the Constitution.
The decision comes after heavy pressure from lawmakers on the Pentagon’s handling of sexual assault.
The Snowden links could make future acts of terrorism easier, Liam Fox said.