Anksčiau, prieš prasidedant karui, mes ginėme moterų teises bei kovojome su smurtu nukreiptu prieš moteris ir vaikus Ukrainoje. Dabar, prasidėjus karui, mes teikiame tikslinę pagalbą moterims iš pažeidžiamiausių socialinių grupių, įskaitant moteris su mažais vaikais, daugiavaikės moteris, vyresnio amžiaus moteris, moteris su negalia bei LBGTQ bendruomenės atstoves.
Before the war, we worked to protect women's rights and fight violence against women and children in Ukraine. Now, in the context of war, we provide targeted assistance to women from vulnerable groups, including women with young children, women with multiple children, elderly women, women with disabilities, and LGBTQ women.
“Паспалiтае Рушэньне” is an independent organization that consists of Belarusian volunteers as well as foreign representatives who strive for the liberation of Belarus and Ukraine from Russian occupation and the Lukashenko regime, the establishment of democracy, the restoration of the rule of law, the preservation of independence, territorial integrity, national and cultural revival of the nation and the state.
The team of the project, which created the courses of the Belarusian language “Mova Dzetkam” — needs support for further development. Funds are needed to develop methodological materials and hold classes.
March 8 is a celebration of equal rights and opportunities. You can thank women and give them a gift of any amount of money proposed.
Providing offline security for KPD activists in Belarus — servers, organizing relocation and shelter, anonymous SIM cards and smartphones, and other expenses for the first stages of action. The next stage is the launch of a new project.
“Through Our Eyes” is a one-person YouTube podcast about “controversial” events created by a team of volunteers. Our goal is to make real stories accessible to a wide audience.
We raise money for the existence of a house in Warsaw for former political prisoners. The house has been in existence for almost one year, and during that time it has helped rehabilitate dozens of people. Originally the “House of Creators” was a residence for Belarusian artists who had lost their jobs and opportunities for realization.
After 7 months of helping for free, the only united Ukrainian-Belarusian volunteer project WEMAYHELP 2.0 needs help to continue its work and create further funds. With an open fund, we will be able to apply for other help and continue our project activities.
130 Territorial Defense Battalion needs your help. To further carry out the tasks of liberating and defending positions in the Kharkiv region, the fighters need to acquire three portable monocular night vision devices.
We have noticed an urgent need for a network of rehabilitation centers for political migrants and volunteers. Political prisoners in Belarus are released from prisons, repressions continue in Belarus, and the number of relocated persons increases.
We are a team of the project ”Ўnon-scripted” - a theatrical and folklore studio for children of Belarusian nationality, which has moved to Vilnius. At the moment of the launch of the project more than 40 children from 5 to 12 years old are invited to the studio. We would be glad to receive your help in building a financial fund of our studio.
Belarusian volunteers in Ukraine need help. It′s hard for them, but they keep working, preserving and developing extremely important ties between our peoples. We are raising funds to support Belarusian volunteers so that they can continue their activities.
”Childhood in Exile” is a documentary photo project with the stories of children who were forced to leave their home in Belarus after the events of 2020, and have become refugees for a second time since the outbreak of full-scale war in Ukraine. Our team is looking for help to tell the stories of these children to the world.
This collection is aimed at material and medical support for political prisoners and victims of torture from socially vulnerable groups (pensioners, disabled, persons with cancer and other chronic diseases, large and poor families, orphans, minors).
Volunteers from the Come to My Voice project provide assistance to Belarusian refugees on a daily basis, whether they are fleeing war or repression. Previously, our team has been successful on our own, but the moment has come when our future ability to help depends on each and every one of you.
Gathering to support the team of the Headbrain Belarus channel network, founded by Igor Losik. We work for you on Telegram, YouTube, Twitter, Tiktok, Instagram.
Gathering to support the work of the “Protests in the World” telegram channel, as well as reaching out to new platforms. The editorial board is expanding its activities and needs help.
Gathering to support the work of the Belarus Beyond the MKAD project team. We promptly, in detail and objectively tell about what is happening in the Belarusian regions.
“Maysternya Pashtovak Salidarnasci” is a volunteer support service for prisoners with letters and solidarity cards. We create postcards, handwrite your online letters from anywhere in the world and send them to prisoners with the opportunity to receive a response by e-mail.
The Ukrainian authorities view the Belarusians as allies of the Russian aggressors. With this in mind, we have established a Belarusian Information Center in Lviv to help bridge the gap of trust between Ukrainians and Belarusians. Now we need your support in order to strengthen the possibilities of the InfoCenter to fulfill the function of public media in the Ukrainian information space.
Collecting for the development of the “Belaruski Hujun” project and support for the team's work.
More than 10 million people have fled Ukraine since the war began. We collect and update up-to-date information on how to safely relocate to other countries during the war.
The Peramog plan needs to fund a portion of the cost to train Belarusians who wish to actively participate in the restoration of law and order in Belarus.
The First Volunteer Mobile Hospital, known by its Ukrainian acronym PDMSH, is a team of hundreds of medical volunteers from around the world who have been saving lives at the frontline in the area of fighting with Russian occupation forces since 2014.
The volunteer program has been in existence since November 2020. During our work 3000 volunteers have been involved in 50 regions of Belarus and in more than 30 countries of the world. For the volunteer program to work even more efficiently and expand, we need your support.
White Rock is a rehabilitation center for bears rescued from circuses and menageries. The bears were temporarily evacuated at the beginning of the invasion and continue to be fed and treated. Funds are needed for running costs to pay for food and housing.
Today, millions of Ukrainians are internally displaced or remain in shelters in places of hostilities, turning to Volunteer Hundred for assistance. Assistance includes food, medicine and hygiene products. We are opening a fundraiser to purchase the most popular items from our recipients' requests.
HelpKharkiv's volunteer activities began on the first day of the war. 250 volunteers united to help the residents of Kharkov and Kharkov region with evacuation, temporary shelter, as well as food, medicine and all necessary life goods.
From 2015 to the present, the volunteer initiative “gumroute Belarus-ATO” continued to help Ukrainians in the conflict zone. Volunteer medics were supplied with four units of medical vehicles, the total weight of humanitarian aid delivered to the Ukrainian Donbass in five years exceeded 25 tons.
Voices from Belarus emerged in July 2020, when Belarusians around the world started asking the question, Where can I find news in English to share with my friends?
The Belarussian revolution has a woman's face in many ways…
byProsvet is an association of people who create, print and distribute independent newspapers, leaflets and other protest printed materials on the territory of Belarus.
For 5 months already Zubr team and Malanka Media (news service from the creators of online monitoring system of election process 2020) together with us are following the events in Belarus, trying to cover all important news, events and opinions of public figures in fast form of live broadcasts.
Fundraising to support independent journalists and media in Belarus who have suffered from repression. We pay scholarships and grants, support editorial staff. Journalism is not a crime!
For their protest against beatings, murders and lawlessness, the athletes paid with careers that they had built all their lives. It is our duty to support them.
We create postcards and merch with drawings from the letters of political prisoners. All funds raised go to transfers to political prisoners through the Dissidentby initiative.
Medics are special heroes. In Belarus, they fight COVID-19 without state support and actively oppose arbitrariness and violence. We support their rights, an independent union, the laid-off and their families.