Emergency war response
We offer anticrisis opportunities for all six sectors we work with. Please find yourself on the list and apply.
The list of opportunities is still incomplete: new support schemes for Ukrainian change agents and organisations are under development. Follow us on Facebook and Telegram and do not forget to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to be the first to know when new opportunities arrive.
Do you have an idea of how we can support Ukrainian professionals in times of war? Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For museums: support in saving their collections
We have supported the people risking their lives to save the unique cultural heritage in Ukraine. 25 museums from Lviv, Odesa, and Kyiv, as well as Donetsk, Luhansk, Sumy, and Mykolaiv regions received EUR 137,184 to protect their collections.
For Alumni Community: Emergency Stipends
258 members of our Alumni Community got EUR 1,000. Those who are safe and eager to get back to work can spend the stipends on renewing their activities. For those who have lost their jobs or even more, essentials like accommodation, food, medication, and fuel can be covered.
For people and projects that have won our grants: redirection of funding
We have offered to professionals and organisations that won our grants and have not carried out their projects yet in full to spend the money on emergency support and withstanding the Russian aggression. Continuing the project as planned or updating it slightly is also an option.
For those volunteering in hot spots: individual protection
We support our partners involved in evacuations of citizens, safeguarding of cultural heritage, volunteering, and other life-saving operations across Ukraine. Their teams got 1,351 sets of protective and medical kits.
For NGOs — funding for significant initiatives
We have supported the construction of a centre for temporarily displaced people, the design of a database of Russian war crimes, the purchase of laptops for teachers from Mariupol and other significant projects. 12 organisations got the funding.
For everyone: compilations of anticrisis opportunities for Ukrainians
We keep on sharing the best opportunities for Ukrainians offered by organisations from the EU and all around the world. Anticrisis stipends, residencies, grants, and courses are gathered in our weekly newsletter. To find platforms with shelter and job opportunities, compilations of free books and contacts of psychologists, visit our Facebook and Telegram pages.
This is for you!
We are all over Ukraine
Stories of success
- Warmth born in the mountains: how the Gushka woollen goods workshop was founded
- “To retreat from your principles means to lose”: Olena Afanasieva on how to continue creating projects, even if your city is under occupation
- “We felt as if we were not in prison, but rather in a normal life”: why education is important for women in places of detention