Assistance to an activist who could not find a job in Belarus and moved to Poland

  • Story

My name is Tatiana. I have a son. He is a teenager, he is 13 years old. This is my whole family.

A few weeks ago we moved to Poland because there are not many vacancies in the city where we are from. But I was turned down everywhere because I'm “political”.

The whole thing is that I have several fines under administrative articles 23.34 (violation of the order of organizing or holding mass events) and 19.11 (distribution, production, storage, transportation of information products containing calls for extremist activity) for a total of 1,720 rubles or 60 basic units [BYSOL has all the supporting documents].

In Belarus, I was also constantly summoned to the prosecutor's office for “conversations,” and often a district police officer came to our house to check on us. Our computer was also checked, and a special bot “Magnet” was installed on Telegram (a bot that downloads all correspondence from Telegram, phone book and SMS to a linked phone. It also automatically collects primary user data from Telegram: name, username, ID and phone number — BYSOL note).

I'm currently adapting in Poland and looking for a job. But I need help with rent for the first time, and also my son needs to buy clothes and shoes for winter and get him ready for school.

Please help to get on my feet a bit and move forward.
Thank you!

How much is needed?


€1500 — 2 months rent and deposit
€300 — clothes and shoes for the child
€200 — school supplies

The collection is over. Сollected:
€ 1 641
The collection is over. Сollected: € 1 641