EBAN condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine and calls for Freedom of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Investing as a Vector of Peace
Angels & Startups #StandWithUkraine:
Supporting Ukraine: The response of European startups and how to help – By EU-Startups
Scenes have come to European soils that the majority of us never could have expected to experience in our lifetime. As Ukraine has experienced invasion from Russian forces, the continent has been left shaken, shocked, and overwhelmed by what has happened. Read the Full Article
#TechForUkraine – By Tech To The Rescue
Non-profit organizations need tech support to maximize impact in the light of the ongoing war. Help them design digital solutions that matter.
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How PHENOGY Supports Ukrainians through ‘EmPOWERment’
We know how important smartphones are to us. For Ukrainian people, phones are essential to staying in touch now more than ever. They are most often the only connection to important information, navigation, medical care, food, shelter, transportation. It is vital that they’re fully charged. But when you are on the run, there is no way to connect to the power grid. That’s why Phenogy started the initiative ‘EmPOWERment’. Learn More Here
The EU and Enterprise Europe Network support to Ukraine
On this page, you will find an overview of how the Enterprise Europe Network and the European Union are responding to the war in Ukraine. The page will be updated on a regular basis.
LIFT99 Ukraine is providing critical supplies to help the people in areas around Ukraine that are suffering from devastating Russian aggression.
Find Out More Here
The Ukrainian women founders to follow in 2022 – By dealroom.co
This International Women’s Day season we’re shining a light on Ukrainian women startup founders, their innovative startups, and how they’re bringing their unique skills and entrepreneurialism to the fight for freedom and sovereignty in Ukraine.
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#StandWithUkraine: Show your Support
Help Kharkiv is a non-goverment non-profit union of volunteer humanitarian organizations and coordination hub, founded by local IT companies, including Sigma Software, Ideasoft, Genpro, and Scalarr, to help our home city.
Tech To The Rescue Coordinates Much-Needed Tech Help for NGOs Amid the Russian War and Raises Funds for Further Impact
#stopbusinesswithrussia’s goal is to bring awareness to those brands who have taken the right step and ceased dealings with russia and to help global citizens to demand change from those yet to cut ties. The world says they stand with Ukraine, and actions speak louder than words. We are here to help make taking action possible. Find out more!
How to help Ukraine – UNHCR
The latest fighting in Ukraine is forcing families to flee. Here’s how you can help.
Crisis in Ukraine: Donate Now – International Rescue Committee
Find out here how you can help.
Ukranian Crisis: Help Us To Protect and Save Lives – Caritas
Humanitarian and Medical Aid to Ukraine – Help Ukraine.Center
Discover how to help Here
UA talents is a job platform for displaced persons from and within Ukraine. On UA Talents, companies from all over Europe can advertise their job openings to people from Ukraine who have lost their employment due to the war.
This EU initiative wants to support researchers of Ukraine by providing them with an overview of all existing actions at European and national levels. Find out more here.
Finnish Start-up Ecosystem: Free Work Spaces at Maria01 for our Ukrainian Friends – By Evli Growth Partners
An open letter to our Ukrainian friends
Read the Full Letter Here
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If you would like to offer a job in the startup or tech sector to displaced Ukrainians please contact us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it to our list and communicate it to our contacts.
ICANHELP offer free accommodation to people fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Dopomoha is a web support and information platform for migrants fleeing the war in Ukraine. On this platform they will find information on the entry requirements at the border, the procedure for seeking asylum in Romania, their rights and obligations as asylum seekers and useful resources for their stay in Romania. Dopomoha is available in Romanian, Ukrainian, English and Russian and can be accessed through a browser from any device.
This is a page run by a group of Bulgaria-based entrepreneurs, tech community members, and friends of Ukraine. We are part of the Bulgarian evacuation, relocation, and accommodation efforts for Ukrainians who wish to come to Bulgaria, or who have found themselves in Bulgaria and would like to stay.