Caritas supports the people who remained in the country attacked by Russia and the refugees reaching Poland.
Help for Ukraine: Open Dialogue Foundation
So far, the Open Dialog Foundation has donated 3,000,000 zlotys from this crowdfunding campaign to Ukraine in the form of humanitarian aid and protective equipment
In Solidarity with Ukraine: Pomagam.pl & Masz Wybór
Pomagam.pl & Masz Wybór foundation due to this crowdfunding campaign have already collected almost 12 million PLN to help Ukraine. They have already purchased a fully equipped ambulance, 1,500 tactical first aid kits, and medicines.
Polish Centre for International Aid
Since the beginning of the war, the PCPM branch in Ukraine has helped to evacuate over 3,000 civilians from Kharkiv. It focuses on humanitarian aid, population evacuation, medical aid.
Polish Medical Mission
Polish Medical Mission provides emergency medical aid and supplies in Ukraine.
Polish Red Cross
Due to tragic events in Ukraine, the Polish Red Cross is launching a fundraiser under the slogan #naPomocUkrainie. The Polish Red Cross is adapting its help focus to the current needs of Ukrainian refugees.
Ratajczaka 20 – Material support for Ukraine is a grass-roots collection of the most necessary things for guests from Ukraine in Poznań, Poland.
Social and Cultural Association “Poland-Ukraine”
This Poznań-based association organises humanitarian transports to Ukraine, food and medical supplies, supports refugees locally and cooperates with other non-governmental organizations in Poznań and its agglomeration.
SOS Ukraine: Polish Humanitarian Action
2, SOS Ukraine: Polish Humanitarian Action delivered 1000 food kits for babies and 1600 for older children to Kyiv and the Kyiv region. Each kit covers weekly demand.
Stacja ZOO / The ZOO Station
The Zoo Station is a group of volunteers who, at the Central Station in Warsaw, help animals that come to Warsaw with their guardians, fleeing the war in Ukraine.
The Marrow Team – Drużyna Szpiku
Marrow team (Drużyna szpiku) stands for medicines collection for chronically ill refugees from Ukraine. It operates in Poznań, Poland.
UAP – financial aid for Ukrainian students
Magdalena Abakanowicz University of the Arts Poznan (UAP) has offered shelter to the group of 30 and still growing Ukrainian students – refugees. Our University provides them safety, a place to stay, meals, access to facilities, courses and workshops.
Ukrainian House, is a Warsaw-based organisation with an established history of work for Ukrainian migrants. Now it also provides humanitarian aid, job and accommodation offers to Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
Unicef Poland donates the collected funds to provide children with, among others, safe shelters and psychological support, medical care, clean water and hygiene supplies.