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Fundacja “Instytut Polska – Ukraina” | “Institute Poland – Ukraine” Foundation

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Halicka 10/40, Kraków, Polska
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Fundacja “Instytut Polska – Ukraina” | “Institute Poland – Ukraine” Foundation

I OFFER HELP
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Halicka 10/40, Kraków, Polska

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Foundation ”Poland-Ukraine Institute” has been actively helping victims of the war who are looking for refuge in Krakow.

Giving information

The portal UainKrakow.pl works under the aegis of the foundation. We inform you about the most important events in the city and in the country, we tell you how to legalize your stay, where to find a job and medical care, how to get an education and live in Poland. In addition, we write about local events and projects regarding Polish-Ukrainian cooperation. Since the beginning of the war, the website regularly publishes information on how to help Ukraine in Krakow and advice for people looking for refuge in Lesser Poland voivodeship

We support families with ill children who need palliative care in Ukraine and Poland

The Foundation sends medicines and other types of humanitarian aid to Ukrainian palliative units and social organizations. In addition, he helps families with seriously ill children, who ended up in Krakow and other Polish cities as a result of the war, in crossing the border, adapting to a new place and meeting other basic needs.

The ”Institute Poland-Ukraine” Foundation is a member of the ”Open Krakow” Coalition.

Category of aid

Housing & Shelter
  • Information (helplines, websites)
Legal Aid
Employment
Health Care
  • Information (helplines, websites)
Information Sources
  • General Information
  • Employment
  • Housing & Shelter
  • Psychological Support
  • Health Care
  • Other
Material Aid
  • Food
  • Hygiene Products
  • Clothing
  • Medicines / Dressing Materials
Psychological Support
Other Support
  • Translation / Language Assistance
  • Humanitarian aid transports
Country / Region:
  • Poland
  • Ukraine
  • Lesser Poland province
  • All of Ukraine

Who is the help for?

Age group
  • Children
  • Youth
  • Adults
  • Elderly
Support for vulnerable groups
  • People with disabilities

Activity details

Form of legal activity
  • non-governmental organization
Mode of operation
  • in-person
  • online
Assistance offered in language
  • Polish
  • Ukrainian
Period of operation
  • permanent operation

Contact

Phone number
Organization website
Address
Date of last data update
  • 9 May 2024

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