Wyborcza.pl describes the activities of Polish organisations which help those in need in Ukraine; the Open Dialogue Foundation was mentioned amongst them.
“The Open Dialogue Foundation, which works for the defence of human rights and democracy in post-Soviet countries, is active too. Since November 2013, it has spent more than PLN 880,000 in its bid to help Ukrainians by purchasing medicines, food, clothing and also bullet-proof vests and ambulances. In March this year, the Foundation opened the Ukrainian World centre in Warsaw which provides refugees with free psychological care, legal advice, and Polish and English language classes. The foundation’s most recent initiative ‘Share the Warmth’ is intended to help Ukrainians get through the winter,” wyborcza.pl writes. The text also cites ODF’s spokesman – Tomasz Czuwara.