“Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece“ The ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’ project aims to create a community for the film industry professionals, to help and support Ukrainian filmmakers who are currently in Greece. The team behind this project, works with the support of the Embassy of Ukraine in Greece and also in collaboration with Filmmakers-for-Ukraine, powered by Crew United. ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’ invite film professionals to fill out their form in order to be able to gather information about the Ukrainian filmmakers who try to find work and network in Greece. Find out more HERE “Ukrainian House” ‘’Ukrainian Filmmakers in Greece’’
On February 26, 2022, Michael Maier flew from Germany to the Romanian – Ukrainian border. Since then, he has helped over 1,000 Ukrainians with accommodation, medicine, food, clothes and transport from Ukraine to Romania, Republic of Moldova and Germany. Michael has also helped orphans. In addition to all the big donations for the orphans, he helped transport orphan children to safe areas. One of Michael’s story is that he helped 24 children and a driver who had left Ukraine to arrive safely in another country. They went from Kyiv to Republic of Moldova and from there to Romania, where they
The Sommer.Film.Akademie is looking for… 2 volunteers to join our team during the whole period (or at least one week) of the academy from July 3 to July 17, 2022 in Görlitz/Saxony We provide – accomodation (bungalow), travel costs, food & beverages, access to some workshops (dependent on the schedule), meeting film and media people –> colleagues, access to our music festival and a friendly working atmosphere in the area of Kühlhaus Görlitz We ask for – help in various fields such as organisational stuff (preparation of facilities for the workshops, assisting, running, cleaning – we all help each other! We require –
The Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein makes financial contributions to proven partner organizations that have the necessary structures and experience to provide assistance on the ground in a needs-based, broadly effective and non-discriminatory manner.
This is a space to collect all the citizen initiatives towards Ukrainian refugees in Spain. Such as Spanish lessons Help with integration etc… You can publish your aid initiative and encourage others to join in.
Russian, Ukrainian, Portuguese and English speaking volunteers are needed for a call centre to support requests for help!! You can enrol using the following link. THANK YOU!
“Dopomoga Ukraini – უკრაინისთვის” is an open platform created to support Ukraine and the people of Ukraine.
The platform aims to consolidate all necessary information that will assist Ukrainian citizens to feel secure and be fully informed about supporting actions, charity initiatives, and public services in this difficult time. The platform is open for any organization and individual willing to engage in helping the people of Ukraine. The platform is created by the volunteer group and does not represent any organization or project.
ActionAid Hellas supports Ukrainian refugees at the Polish-Romanian borders offering water, food, warm tea, baby care items, health care items and night shelter to Ukrainian refugees. Find out how you can donate in the link below.
Support the work of UNICEF Greece with a donation. Find out about what UNICEF has contributed to the forefront of the Humanitarian Response inside and outside Ukraine in the link below: https://www.unicef.org/greece/en/press-releases/unicef-forefront-humanitarian-response-inside-and-outside-ukraine You can make a donation directly to UNICEF’s Greece bank account, through Alpha Bank: CITIBANKΙΒΑΝ GR4408400010000000445450618 SWIFT BIC: CITIGRAAXXX
The Ukrainian Diaspora in Greece is collecting long lasting food, fruits and vegetables as well as health care products to provide to the Ukrainians. List of the humanitarian aid needs in the document found in the following link: https://bit.ly/3Je91iu Aid should be delivered to the following addresses: Ukrainian Diaspora in Greece, 45 Viktor Hugo Str., Athens 104 37 Monday – Friday 10:00 – 18:00, Saturday 11:00 – 17:00 firstname.lastname@example.org Greek Forum of Refugees, 57 Stournari Str., Athens 104 32 Monday & Thursday 11:00 – 16:00 Saturday 10:00 – 15:00 Tel: +30 213 0282976 Admission by appointment only https://refugees.gr/
The Pompidou Group, together with leading European psycho-trauma experts, has developed recommendations on how people can better interact and communicate with persons who have experienced a crisis or difficult life event. The recommendations were developed at the request of the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior and in light of the traumatic situations experienced by the Ukrainian population due to the ongoing Russian hostilities in Ukraine. Being the continent’s leading human rights organisation, the Council of Europe regards the protection of civilians of utmost importance. Traumatic experiences can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Epidemiological studies show that people with trauma and
The Coordinating Center of Ukrainian Diaspora in Greece has created a website with essential links about volunteering for Ukraine in Greece, hosting Ukrainians, list of needs for humanitarian aid and addresses where to offer humanitarian aid. Available in English, Ukrainian. For more information, please contact: email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/uadiasporaingreece/ https://www.facebook.com/helpukraine.gr/
Nordic Ukraine Forum is a non-profit non-governmental organization registered in Sweden. We are a Ukraine-Nordics initiative launched to build bridges between Sweden and Ukraine, as well as facilitate the spread of knowledge and insights. We help to spread the knowledge about Ukraine and the situation therein in Sweden, as well as share best practices of Sweden with Ukrainian civil society actors.
The British Red Cross is the UK’s largest provider of services for refugees, asylum seekers, vulnerable migrants and survivors of trafficking.
The site puts the communities and associations that have published a request for help in contact with pre-registered volunteers. If the focus is currently on reception and emergency assistance, other services are also offered, such as transport, administrative assistance, fundraising, translation or learning French.
BHFI is a community of 90 initiatives helping refugees in Hamburg. They have a well prooved program of godparenthood: families from Hamburg accompanying refugee families. The BHFI is coordinating all programs of each initiative and can make contacts to the initiative whose help is suited best. They will start to organize private accommodation, too.
The city of Kiel has published an official website with information on all aspects of help and support for Ukrainian refugees and people who want to help. The information is available in German only.