Money.pl on the Information Centre for the Citizens of Ukraine

Money.pl on the Information Centre for the Citizens of Ukraine

03.03.2014

The Money.pl web portal has reported on the reopening of the Information Centre for citizens of Ukraine in Warsaw (Nowy Świat street, 63).

Życie Warszawy web portal invites people to the city game organised by the Foundation

Życie Warszawy web portal invites people to the city game organised by the Foundation

28.02.2014

Życie Warszawy web portal has invited its readers to an event organised by the Open Dialogue Foundation.

Money.pl service on medical assistance for the citizens of Ukraine

Money.pl service on medical assistance for the citizens of Ukraine

27.02.2014

On February 27, Money.pl service published an article about the means employed by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and NGOs in helping injured and aggrieved participants of Euromaidan.

Gazeta.pl on helping Ukrainians

Gazeta.pl on helping Ukrainians

27.02.2014

Gazeta.pl has published an article on the ways of supporting Ukrainians.

Tomasz Czuwara speaking for Onet.pl

Tomasz Czuwara speaking for Onet.pl

25.02.2014

The Internet service onet.pl has reported on money being collected by the Open Dialogue Foundation.

The Open Dialogue Foundation transferred funds for prosthetic arm for a wounded Maidan activist

The Open Dialogue Foundation transferred funds for prosthetic arm for a wounded Maidan activist

24.02.2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation has transferred $10,000 for the treatment of Maidan activist, Аndrey Zhupnik, whose hand was blown off by a grenade.

Radio Jedynka on the gestures of solidarity with Ukraine

Radio Jedynka on the gestures of solidarity with Ukraine

22.02.2014

Polish radio Jedynka has broadcast a programme about the gestures of solidarity with Ukrainian people.

Musical support for Maidan

Musical support for Maidan

22.02.2014

The culture.pl web portal has described the campaign of supporting Ukraine organised by independent musicians.

Prosthetic arm for wounded maidan activist

Prosthetic arm for wounded maidan activist

22.02.2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation has transferred $10,000 for the treatment of Maidan activist, Andrey Zhupnik, whose hand was blown off by a grenade. Currently, Andrey is undergoing treatment in a Lublin hospital, Poland.

Journalism of NGOs: Thanks to the Open Dialogue Foundation, everyone has the opportunity to help Ukraine

Journalism of NGOs: Thanks to the Open Dialogue Foundation, everyone has the opportunity to help Ukraine

19.02.2014

Thanks to the Open Dialogue Foundation, anyone willing to join the Ukrainian civil society can do so. The NGO.pl portal has published 4 points describing how the protesters at EuroMaidan can be helped through the Foundation.

Medicaments-raiser for Euromaidan

Medicaments-raiser for Euromaidan

06.02.2014

We have ceased collecting medicaments and first aid supplies for the Kiev EuroMaidan. Health issues faced by the Kiev protesters are but a grim touch of everyday reality.

The Open Dialogue Foundation and the editors of “Wyborcza” in Łódź: A joint meeting for the residents of Kyiv

The Open Dialogue Foundation and the editors of “Wyborcza” in Łódź: A joint meeting for the residents of Kyiv

29.01.2014

Protesters in Kyiv need medicines, dressing materials and cosmetics. “In Warsaw, the Open Dialogue Foundation is organizing a collection of pharmaceuticals, and on Thursday, on the Constitution Square, it will organize a demonstration of solidarity with the protesters.

Wrocław helps Ukraine. The Open Dialogue Foundation organizes the collection of medicines

Wrocław helps Ukraine. The Open Dialogue Foundation organizes the collection of medicines

28.01.2014

Ukrainians who protest at Majdan are particularly in need of common cold medicine, analgesics, and drugs supporting digestive system. During the manifestations many people were injured, so it is worth bringing bandages and various types of dressing materials – we read on the NaszeMiasto portal.

Wyborcza: Another group of volunteers from the Open Dialogue Foundation headed for Kyiv

Wyborcza: Another group of volunteers from the Open Dialogue Foundation headed for Kyiv

27.01.2014

The group includes students, journalists, lawyers and one unemployed. Poles and Ukrainians. Nine volunteers set off from Warsaw to Kyiv on Saturday. They want to help Ukrainians. The care, at least the organizational one, was taken over by the Open Dialogue Foundation.

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