In Russia, the Polish foundation Open Dialogue has been declared “undesirable.” It was involved in providing humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees

In Russia, the Polish foundation Open Dialogue has been declared “undesirable.” It was involved in providing humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees

25.03.2024

Read the full article: odessa-journal.com In other media: PolskieRadio24: Russia put a Polish foundation as undesirable. Decision by Ministry of Justice (March 26, 2024) Dziennik: Open Dialogue Foundation on Russian list of undesirable organisations (March 26, 2024) WNP: Russia: Poland-based Open Dialogue Foundation listed as undesirable (March 26, 2024) Onet: Open Dialogue Foundation “undesirable” in Russia (March 26, 2024) […]

Summary of humanitarian aid to Ukraine for the period 24.02.2022 – 30.09.2023

Summary of humanitarian aid to Ukraine for the period 24.02.2022 – 30.09.2023

18.10.2023

Since 24 February 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine, we have been doing everything to support our friends and neighbours. Thanks to your support our aid has included, among others, 107 transports with which we have delivered 77,839 pieces of protective and life-saving equipment! Here is what we have taken to Ukraine so far: See also: […]

Support Ukraine – current needs

Support Ukraine – current needs

06.09.2023

ODF’s current activities, related to events beyond our eastern border, focus on three areas, i.e.: ◾️ Refugee Assistance Centre at the Eastern Railway Station in Warsaw ◾️ Homes for Independent Mums from Ukraine in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship ◾️ Equipment for soldiers and humanitarian aid to the civilian population in Ukraine. We have managed to list […]

School’s back for residents of Homes for Independent Mums

School’s back for residents of Homes for Independent Mums

06.09.2023

September marks the end of summer holidays and the start of the school year. This is a big event for our youngest resident at the Home for Independent Mums from Ukraine. Schools and kindergartens always pose new challenges for kids. However, we believe that Anastasiia, Oleksandr, Mila, Ivan and Oleg will meet them without much […]

Mila’s seventh birthday: an ambitious and courageous gymnast from Home for Independent Mums

Mila’s seventh birthday: an ambitious and courageous gymnast from Home for Independent Mums

15.08.2023

Meet Mila, one of the younger residents of a Home for Independent Mums, who celebrated her 7th birthday last week. Mila is an extremely talented girl — before the outbreak of full-scale war in Ukraine, she was training in artistic gymnastics. After 24 February 2022, Mila and her mum fled the country from Russian shelling […]

Homes for Independent Mums make dreams come true: Victoria’s story

Homes for Independent Mums make dreams come true: Victoria’s story

10.08.2023

Meet Victoria, a resident of one of the Homes for Independent Mums from Ukraine. In Dnipro, where she comes from, she was working as the director of a real-estate agency. After the outbreak of full-scale war, she and her daughter came to Poland. From the very beginning, she set herself the goal of achieving in […]

Our humanitarian aid for 14 months of war in Ukraine. Summary for the period 24.02.2022-30.04.2023

Our humanitarian aid for 14 months of war in Ukraine. Summary for the period 24.02.2022-30.04.2023

19.05.2023

Since 24 February 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine, we have been doing everything to support our friends and neighbours. Thanks to your support our aid has included, among others, 83 transports with which we have delivered 74,253 pieces of protective and life-saving equipment! The aid mentioned above included:– 1 118 helmets;– 4 ventilators;– 8 active […]

Preparations for Easter at the Homes for Independent Mums

Preparations for Easter at the Homes for Independent Mums

21.04.2023

We have received photos of the preparations for Easter from one of the Homes for Independent Mums from Ukraine that we run. The children and their mothers spent this time in a great atmosphere of creativity, illustrated by their smiling faces. Decorating Easter eggs and baking muffins with colourful sprinkles is undoubtedly fun, and not […]

Europe prepares to take in more Ukrainians, with less support, in 2023

Europe prepares to take in more Ukrainians, with less support, in 2023

03.01.2023

Read the full article: washingtonpost.com

Our help for Ukraine. Summary for the period 24.02-30.11.2022

Our help for Ukraine. Summary for the period 24.02-30.11.2022

01.12.2022

Since 24 February 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine, we have been doing everything to support our friends and neighbours. Thanks to your support our aid has included, among others, 67 transports with which we have delivered 71 211 pieces of protective and life-saving equipment! The aid mentioned above included: ● 1 117 helmets; ● 4 […]

Dominika Przychodzeń’s Two Polands. How an Activist Oppressed by the State Ruled by the Law and Justice Helps Refugees

Dominika Przychodzeń’s Two Polands. How an Activist Oppressed by the State Ruled by the Law and Justice Helps Refugees

28.11.2022

Have you got any ideas how many offence cases a volunteer helping refugees from Ukraine may have for protesting against the government? Why does Why does the escape route from Ukraine go through Belarus? And why the Ukrainian borscht from Warsaw’s East Station has become famous in Vienna? WE ARE SITTING at one of the […]

‘I will come to Poland again when the war is over’ — an interview with a former resident of the Home for Independent Mothers

‘I will come to Poland again when the war is over’ — an interview with a former resident of the Home for Independent Mothers

15.10.2022

During ODF’s humanitarian mission to Ukraine in early October, we visited a number of cities in eastern and southern Ukraine, where we delivered in-kind aid to civilians living in cities newly liberated from Russian occupation. The route from the Donetsk region to Mykolaiv led through Kryvyi Rih, the town where a former resident of the […]

Statement on slander spread by former Foundation employee

Statement on slander spread by former Foundation employee

05.09.2022

We firmly oppose the spread of false information related to the activities of the Open Dialogue Foundation for Ukraine. These allegations have been spread in recent weeks by one of our former colleagues, who ended his cooperation with the Foundation at the end of June this year. Unfortunately, we are unable to respond to them […]

A day in the life of volunteers – next chapter

A day in the life of volunteers – next chapter

03.08.2022

We recently published a post by an ODF volunteer from a day spent helping Ukrainian refugees. This time, we bring you the notes of our foundation colleague Agata Dziopa, creator of the Homes for Independent Mums from Ukraine and coordinator of the project co-implemented with AirBnb.

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