“Gazeta Wyborcza” daily:  Helmets detained at Ukrainian border to be returned

“Gazeta Wyborcza” daily: Helmets detained at Ukrainian border to be returned

21.08.2014

As the portal wyborcza.pl informs, the helmets seized at the border will be returned to Oleg I., who on June 28th attempted to transport the equipment through the Zosin border crossing point. Wyborcza also follows the Polish Press Agency in describing the issue of 42 bulletproof vests, which the Open Dialogue Foundation was to donate […]

Minister Avakov calls for a positive outcome in the case of the confiscated vests

Minister Avakov calls for a positive outcome in the case of the confiscated vests

14.08.2014

Ukrainian minister of internal affairs, Arsen Avakov, in his letter to his Polish counterpart, Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz, has appealed for an objective examination of the case of confiscation of 42, 4th grade bulletproof vests sent to Ukraine by the Open Dialogue Foundation as humanitarian aid.

Krzysztof Bukowski for TVP.info on the Russian aid convoy

Krzysztof Bukowski for TVP.info on the Russian aid convoy

12.08.2014

Krzysztof Bukowski of the Open Dialogue Foundation appeared on TVP info’s morning show to talk about the Russian convoy.

“Rzeczpospolita” daily: Ukrainians smuggling bulletproof vests and helmets

“Rzeczpospolita” daily: Ukrainians smuggling bulletproof vests and helmets

04.08.2014

A commentator for the international department at the Polish “Rzeczpospolita” daily Ruslan Shoshin speaks in his interview for tv.rp.pl about assistance for the Ukrainian army fighting in the east of the country being delivered by Ukrainians residing in Poland

Lyudmyla Kozlovska on Channel 24: “Volunteers are at risk of up to 10 years in prison”

Lyudmyla Kozlovska on Channel 24: “Volunteers are at risk of up to 10 years in prison”

25.07.2014

In the interview hosted by the journalist of Channel 24 Oltha Chytaylo, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation L. Kozlovska spoke about the help of the Ukrainian army, problems with the release of prisoners of war and the need for further rehabilitation of those who regained their freedom.

Lyudmyla Kozlovska in an interview for Hromadske TV about problems with providing assistance to ATO

Lyudmyla Kozlovska in an interview for Hromadske TV about problems with providing assistance to ATO

24.07.2014

On 23 July 2014, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, Lyudmyla Kozlovska, gave an interview for the television Hromadske. She spoke about the Foundation’s activities in helping Ukraine, and in particular, the volunteers fighting against Russian aggression in the east of the country.

Haemostatic agent was passed to the National Guard troops

Haemostatic agent was passed to the National Guard troops

15.07.2014

The funds received as a result of the public collection allowed us to buy and send to the National Guard of Ukraine 30 pcs of CELOX haemostatic agent worth 4 500 PLN – mandatory equipment for every soldier.

Help for student wounded on Independence Square

Help for student wounded on Independence Square

13.06.2014

The Yagichevs family – Rafat and his mother Zemfira – come from the Crimea. They were forced to leave the peninsula due to the Russian occupation, and now they reside in Kiev.

Warsaw doctors fighting to save the life of 20-year-old Svetlana, who has leukaemia and has prematurely given birth to a tiny daughter. Help is needed!

Warsaw doctors fighting to save the life of 20-year-old Svetlana, who has leukaemia and has prematurely given birth to a tiny daughter. Help is needed!

05.06.2014

Whilst pregnant, 20-year-old Svetlana from Ukraine was diagnosed with acute leukaemia. Kyiv doctors presented the mother with a dramatic dilemma – to save her own life by aborting her pregnancy.

We co-funded physiotherapy for 5-year-old Lidia from Ukraine

We co-funded physiotherapy for 5-year-old Lidia from Ukraine

04.06.2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation has provided financial support for Lidia Sydoruk, a 5-year-old from Ukraine, who suffers from spastic diplegic cerebral palsy. The medical costs were far beyond her family’s financial capabilities, which is why they turned to the ODF for help.

Help for one of Maidan’s heroes

Help for one of Maidan’s heroes

22.05.2014

Yuri Borodin was born on December 8, 1993 in Bakchysarai in Crimea. He is a trained technician-mechanic and driver. His passions include sea and mountain rescue. He, along with his mother and brother, moved to Kiev several months prior to the events of Maidan.

Help with the accommodation for refugees from the Crimea

Help with the accommodation for refugees from the Crimea

21.05.2014

A family from the Crimea approached the Open Dialogue Foundation asking for help. At the time of the referendum, which was held in March 2014, they detected electoral fraud and propaganda actions on the Internet, opposing the misinformation disseminated by the pro-Russian media.

Ukrainian athlete wounded in Slavyansk

Ukrainian athlete wounded in Slavyansk

09.05.2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation has transferred 2,000 UAH for the treatment of the athlete and fighter of ‘Alpha’ Special Forces Unit, who was wounded in Slavyansk.

Ukrainian families in a refugee centre in Czerwony Bór

Ukrainian families in a refugee centre in Czerwony Bór

06.05.2014

Within the framework of the aid provided for Ukrainians in Poland, the Open Dialogue Foundation contacted the centre for refugees located in Czerwony Bór.

Wilanów in Concert for Maidan

Wilanów in Concert for Maidan

28.04.2014

Precisely one month prior to the presidential elections in Ukraine, on a beach in Wilanów, a charity concert “Wilanów – Majdan. A Common Cause” was held.

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