In response to the growing refugee crises, companies across Europe have acted to help the millions displaced from Ukraine. The private sector has provided countless forms of humanitarian support and donations, ranging from financial to provision of necessary products such as medical, food, clothing etc. Alongside, many have begun to offer their goods and services for free to those affected by Putin’s invasion.
Below you can find some examples of what is being done by some of our corporate friends. If your company or organisation is going the extra mile to help Ukraine and you would like to be featured, please email Michael on [email protected] including details of your activity and how our supporters can find out more
Vodaphone is providing a comprehensive response, utilizing their resources to offering free mobile products and services to refugees alongside considerable donations. This Vodafone group are supplying several hundred thousand sim cards, with free roaming and calls / text to Ukraine so families may stay connected. Alongside free wi-fi and charging to a number of transit centres near the border, offered fast-track employment opportunities to those displaced and have donated several hundred thousand euro.
Ecommerce Europe network has taken a series of initiatives. Listed on their website, each has provided either direct donations in terms of finance or humanitarian goods, or provided services such as logstic provisions and digital assistance.
CleanCo is donating 20% of all sales to Happy Kids Foundation who have taken on the task of coordinating the evacuation of children from orphanages and foster care in Ukraine.
i-strategies has offered to provide Ukrainian university students with internships and free accommodation in Italy.
Nationbuilder is offering its organizational and communication software for free to those providing humanitarian work in Ukraine, alongside those organizing aid for refugees in host nations.