Supporting handmade charity sale Care4UA

Care4Ua is an online platform providing support to the most vulnerable groups in Ukraine via selling Ukrainian handmade around Europe!

In times of wars, economic crises, epidemics, quarantines, social problems, and needs are exacerbated, and the ability to overcome them is reduced. As always, the most vulnerable groups suffer the most – orphans, people with disabilities, retirees, especially if they are also displaced. It is impossible to help everyone alone, but to help at least someone collectively is totally real. Many do it anyway, but to protect the “most needy” many of us need a “second breath” to continue good deeds, because we all, of course, learn to provide for our own needs first after another social upheaval. Therefore, our platform is not only about charity, but also about socially responsible entrepreneurship, which pursues the following goals:

  • provide an opportunity for artists to reach out to a wider audience and enter new markets, in particular in Europe
  • raise funds for the needs of target audiences (orphans, people with disabilities, retirees) on a permanent basis
  • to promote a positive image of Ukraine in the world, not as a victim state, but as a country with many talented craft(wo)men who help their own fellow citizens with deeds, and not merely words

Supporting mobile application Leads Ukraine

Leads Ukraine is a unique mobile application for the benefit of Ukrainian and foreign civil society actors to share their news and events. It has great potential to grow into a confidential platform for interaction between activists and experts. Foundation supports it as it sees civil society as the main addressee of its activities.

Supporting the Journal “Brussels Ukraine Review”

One of the most important freedoms is the freedom of speech. The speech build bridges between people and between nations. Being an important tool for building bridges between Ukrainian and other European nations, Brussels Ukraine Review needs to be independent from influence of political parties or state authorities. At the same time, the ambition of the Journal is to grow to a multinational publisher, being spread not only in Brussels and Kyiv but also in Vienna, Berlin, Paris, and London. By supporting this initiative the Foundation seeks to activate civil society and experts in the whole European Union.