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Information centre on aid to war victims in Ukraine

Aid in Ukraine

CONVOYS

We organize regular aid transports to Ukraine for internally displaced persons and individuals who have not been able to leave their homes. We provide food and hygiene products as well as household chemicals for adults and children, taking into account the needs of the elderly, people with disabilities and infants.

Some of the activities are carried out in cooperation with our international partners, and the distribution is supported by local Ukrainian organizations.

Details of our help (as of October 26, 2022)

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LVIV

LVIV

To the warehouse in Lviv we delivered:

  • 9,978 ready-to-eat packets covering weekly demand of one adult
  • 49500 adult food kits covering the needs of one person, some of which will be sent to the Dnieper (our local partner, Love and Kindness, supports us in distribution)
  • 1800 food packages covering the needs of one person for one month

KYIV

KYIV

From Lviv to Kyiv and Kyiv oblast we have delivered: 

  • 1551 food sets, each covering a weekly demand of an adult 
  • 756 hygiene kits, each covering a monthly demand of a family (adults and children) 
  • 1000 food sets for children from 4 to 8 months, each covering a weekly demand 
  • 1600 food sets for children above 8 months, each covering a weekly demand
  • 1065 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family
  • 1125 ready-to-cook food sets (each set is an 18 kg package covering monthly needs of one family) – action carried out in cooperation with the WFP

Local distribution partners of PAH: Tovaristvo Leva, Ukrainian Red Cross. 

ZAPORIZHIA

ZAPORIZHIA

From Lviv to Zaporizhia for internally displaced persons we have delivered: 

  • 432 food sets, each covering a weekly demand of an adult 
  • 307 hygiene kit, each covering a monthly demand of a family (adults and children) 
  • 820 food sets for children from 4 to 8 month, each covering a weekly demand 
  • 1265 food sets for children over 8 months, each covering a weekly demand 

To Zaporizhia we have also delivered: 

  • 100 hygiene kits for residents of retirement home (1 kit covers a monthly demand of 20 persons) 
  • 2660 hygiene kits and 3806 diapers for children 
  • 2034 hygiene kits for adults – action carried out in cooperation with GOAL
  • 2046 ready-to-cook sets (each set is an 18 kg package covering monthly or weekly needs of one family) – action carried out in cooperation with the WFP

As part of cooperation with Chorus, we delivered to Zaporizhia:

  • 2320 hygiene kits for children
  • 8700 hygiene kits for adults
  • 324 boxes of soap
  • 5 boxes of protective masks
  • 7000 quilts (an additional 1000 quilts were delivered to Lviv)

Local distribution partner of PAH: Posmishka UA. 

DONETSK OBLAST

DONETSK OBLAST

From Lviv to Kramatorsk and the Donetsk oblast: 

  • 63 pallets of hygiene kits for 200 families – action carried out under the BHA’s project 
  • 2000 hygiene kits for children and infants 
  • 1205 hygiene kits for children and infants (different products) 
  • 1205 diapers for children 
  • 655 diapers for adults 

Local distribution partner of PAH: Ukrainian Fisherman’s Company. 

From Lyiv to Kramatorsk we have delivered:

  • 6691 packs of diapers for adults (private part, institutional part)
  • 50 sets of household chemicals and hygiene products for institutions

From Chernivtsi to different locations in the Donetsk oblast we have delivered hygiene products and household chemicals – action carried out under the OCHA Ukrainian Humanitarian Fund’s project: 

  • 1420 sets to Svitlodarsk 
  • 680 sets to Toretsk 
  • 100 sets to Novolugansk 
  • 50 sets to Druzhba 
  • 50 sets to Zalizny 
  • 186 to Niu-Jork 

From Lviv to the Donetsk oblast we have delivered hygiene products and food – action carried out in cooperation with GOAL:

  • 966 hygiene kits for adults – Svitlodarsk and Toretsk
  • 1200 food sets for families – Svitlodarsk, Toretsk and Luhanske

DNIPRO

DNIPRO

To the logistics hub in Dnipro we delivered:

  • 12 palettes of antiseptic agents or gels
  • 7900 food packages covering the needs of one person for one month

We delivered to Dnipro:

  • 4,224 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family
  • 2,112 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family (our distribution is supported by our local partner – Light of Culture)

In July we will deliver:

  • 19,800 ready-to-cook sets (1 set for one adult)
  • 60,000 bottles of water with a capacity of 1.5 l and 14,800 bottles of water with a capacity of 5 l or 6 l – this transport will be distributed in Kharkiv, Kyiv and Dnipro

KHARKIV OBLAST

KHARKIV OBLAST

We delivered to Kharkiv:

  • 2112 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family

Additionally, as part of cooperation with Chorus, we delivered to Kharkiv:

  • 2800 sets of school supplies for children
  • 1440 hygiene kits for children
  • 36 boxes of soap

In Kharkiv Oblast we have delivered:

  • 2822 packs of ready-to-cook food (each pack is an 18 kg parcel which satisfies nutritional needs of a family for one month or one week) – this activity is carried out in co-operation with WFP.

We are supported in distribution by a local partner: ArtDacha.

MYKOLAIV

MYKOLAIV

We delivered to Mykolaiv:

  • 4830 ready-to-cook sets (each set is an 18 kg package covering monthly or weekly needs of one family) – action carried out in cooperation with the WFP

TERNOPIL OBLAST

TERNOPIL OBLAST

We delivered to the Ternopil Oblast:

  • 1056 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family

KRYVYI RIH

KRYVYI RIH

We delivered to Kryvyi Rih: 

  • 3497 ready-to-cook food packages (each set is an 18 kg package covering a family’s needs for one month or week) – operation implemented in cooperation with WFP

LVIV

To the warehouse in Lviv we delivered:

  • 9,978 ready-to-eat packets covering weekly demand of one adult
  • 49500 adult food kits covering the needs of one person, some of which will be sent to the Dnieper (our local partner, Love and Kindness, supports us in distribution)
  • 1800 food packages covering the needs of one person for one month

KYIV

From Lviv to Kyiv and Kyiv oblast we have delivered: 

  • 1551 food sets, each covering a weekly demand of an adult 
  • 756 hygiene kits, each covering a monthly demand of a family (adults and children) 
  • 1000 food sets for children from 4 to 8 months, each covering a weekly demand 
  • 1600 food sets for children above 8 months, each covering a weekly demand
  • 1065 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family
  • 1125 ready-to-cook food sets (each set is an 18 kg package covering monthly needs of one family) – action carried out in cooperation with the WFP

Local distribution partners of PAH: Tovaristvo Leva, Ukrainian Red Cross. 

ZAPORIZHIA

From Lviv to Zaporizhia for internally displaced persons we have delivered: 

  • 432 food sets, each covering a weekly demand of an adult 
  • 307 hygiene kit, each covering a monthly demand of a family (adults and children) 
  • 820 food sets for children from 4 to 8 month, each covering a weekly demand 
  • 1265 food sets for children over 8 months, each covering a weekly demand 

To Zaporizhia we have also delivered: 

  • 100 hygiene kits for residents of retirement home (1 kit covers a monthly demand of 20 persons) 
  • 2660 hygiene kits and 3806 diapers for children 
  • 2034 hygiene kits for adults – action carried out in cooperation with GOAL
  • 2046 ready-to-cook sets (each set is an 18 kg package covering monthly or weekly needs of one family) – action carried out in cooperation with the WFP

As part of cooperation with Chorus, we delivered to Zaporizhia:

  • 2320 hygiene kits for children
  • 8700 hygiene kits for adults
  • 324 boxes of soap
  • 5 boxes of protective masks
  • 7000 quilts (an additional 1000 quilts were delivered to Lviv)

Local distribution partner of PAH: Posmishka UA. 

DONETSK OBLAST

From Lviv to Kramatorsk and the Donetsk oblast: 

  • 63 pallets of hygiene kits for 200 families – action carried out under the BHA’s project 
  • 2000 hygiene kits for children and infants 
  • 1205 hygiene kits for children and infants (different products) 
  • 1205 diapers for children 
  • 655 diapers for adults 

Local distribution partner of PAH: Ukrainian Fisherman’s Company. 

From Lyiv to Kramatorsk we have delivered:

  • 6691 packs of diapers for adults (private part, institutional part)
  • 50 sets of household chemicals and hygiene products for institutions

From Chernivtsi to different locations in the Donetsk oblast we have delivered hygiene products and household chemicals – action carried out under the OCHA Ukrainian Humanitarian Fund’s project: 

  • 1420 sets to Svitlodarsk 
  • 680 sets to Toretsk 
  • 100 sets to Novolugansk 
  • 50 sets to Druzhba 
  • 50 sets to Zalizny 
  • 186 to Niu-Jork 

From Lviv to the Donetsk oblast we have delivered hygiene products and food – action carried out in cooperation with GOAL:

  • 966 hygiene kits for adults – Svitlodarsk and Toretsk
  • 1200 food sets for families – Svitlodarsk, Toretsk and Luhanske

DNIPRO

To the logistics hub in Dnipro we delivered:

  • 12 palettes of antiseptic agents or gels
  • 7900 food packages covering the needs of one person for one month

We delivered to Dnipro:

  • 4,224 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family
  • 2,112 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family (our distribution is supported by our local partner – Light of Culture)

In July we will deliver:

  • 19,800 ready-to-cook sets (1 set for one adult)
  • 60,000 bottles of water with a capacity of 1.5 l and 14,800 bottles of water with a capacity of 5 l or 6 l – this transport will be distributed in Kharkiv, Kyiv and Dnipro

KHARKIV OBLAST

We delivered to Kharkiv:

  • 2112 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family

Additionally, as part of cooperation with Chorus, we delivered to Kharkiv:

  • 2800 sets of school supplies for children
  • 1440 hygiene kits for children
  • 36 boxes of soap

In Kharkiv Oblast we have delivered:

  • 2822 packs of ready-to-cook food (each pack is an 18 kg parcel which satisfies nutritional needs of a family for one month or one week) – this activity is carried out in co-operation with WFP.

We are supported in distribution by a local partner: ArtDacha.

MYKOLAIV

We delivered to Mykolaiv:

  • 4830 ready-to-cook sets (each set is an 18 kg package covering monthly or weekly needs of one family) – action carried out in cooperation with the WFP

TERNOPIL OBLAST

We delivered to the Ternopil Oblast:

  • 1056 hygiene kits covering monthly needs of one family

KRYVYI RIH

We delivered to Kryvyi Rih: 

  • 3497 ready-to-cook food packages (each set is an 18 kg package covering a family’s needs for one month or week) – operation implemented in cooperation with WFP

CROSS-BORDER TRANSPORT

Since the second part of April, we have been delivering food packages to the internally displaced persons, currently living in Wiszniów, Kocury and other locations in Volyn oblast. We are reaching over 600 people that were forced to flee Kiev and eastern Ukraine, as well as other parts of the country. Each parcel handed out satisfies one month’s worth of needs.

Next distribution is planned at the turn of August and September, and afterwards in regular monthly intervals. We are planning to hand out parcels for 1000 individuals during each distribution.  

PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSISTANCE IN DONETSK AND LUHANSK

  • Our social workers provide basic necessities (water, medicines, food and hygiene products) to the elderly, the sick and the disabled.
  • We provide psychological assistance via the Internet and telephone.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT IN THE LVIV OBLAST

In the Lviv Oblast, we have implemented a financial aid programme for IDPs; in total, 850 people from, among others, the towns of Zhovkva, Dubliany, Voloshynovo, Truskavets, and Morshyn received support. This activity was financed by Stichting Vluchteling.

Currently, we are planning to launch a financial aid programme in Kiev and Dnipropetrovsk Oblasts. 

RECONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION OF HOUSES IN THE KYIV OBLAST

We have started a new pilot program under which we are rebuilding and rehabilitating houses. In total, we are planning to rebuild or repair 50 houses. We carry out the action with the local organization Love and Kindness, thanks to the financial support of Stichting Vluchteling.

New local psychosocial centres in Ukraine

As part of our activities we are opening 5 psychosocial aid centres in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast (in co-operation with BHA) and 3 more centres in Kiev Oblast (with own funds).

Mobile psychosocial aid teams in Kiev Oblast

We have established a mobile team that will be providing psychological aid to individuals suffering due to the conflict in the regions where access to this type of aid is impossible. Currently, there is only one such mobile team active, but we are planning to establish 4 more. Each team will comprise two psychologists and one driver. This activity is carried out in co-operation with BHA.

Ongoing activities

  • Psychological assistance – individual consultations and psychological first aid for people remaining in centres for internally displaced persons (including children and the elderly),
  • Support for centres for internally displaced persons in Ukraine, including social and medical institutions, by providing hygiene products, blankets, mattresses, fuel, power generators as well as carrying out repair works on the water and sanitary infrastructure,
  • Distribution of ready-to-eat food packages covering weekly needs, monthly food kits and hygiene kits for people in western, central and eastern Ukraine.
  • Water supply and sewage discharge repairs and aid at social aid institutions in Kiev and Dnipropetrovsk Oblasts.

DISTRIBUTION OF NECESSITIES BY PAH’S LOCAL PERSONNEL IN EASTERN UKRAINE (14.03.2022)

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Aid at the border

Assistance points at the Polish-Ukrainian border

  • from March, for several consecutive months, we ran immediate assistance points at border crossings in Zosin (until May), Dorohusk (until July) and Hrebenne (until August)
  • at the points, we distributed essential products to people arriving in Poland – food, water, sanitary items, medicines and warm blankets
  • our interpreters provided information and facilitated communication and directed to reception points
  • we provided tents to protect from the wind and provide a place to rest and eat a meal
  • in addition, our volunteers from Dorohusk regularly delivered essential products to persons arriving by train on the Kyiv-Warsaw route

SUPPORT FOR RECEPTION OFFICES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

  • On the Polish side (including Dorohusk, Chełm, Lubycza Królewska, Tomaszów Lubelski, Ustrzyki Dolne) in the form of maintaining constant contact and organizing regular transports,
  • On the Ukrainian side at the crossings and areas beyond Dołhobyczów, Hrebenne and Budomierz through cooperation with local volunteers and residents.

Task co-ordination system – NGO Forum-Razem

  • We co-create a system for coordinating the activities of Polish and international non-governmental organizations and local authorities.
  • This system supports knowledge exchange, information sharing, and task co-ordination.

ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING ACTIONS

  • In cooperation with the La Strada Foundation, we take measures to reduce the risk related to the threat of human trafficking as a result of the war and the refugee crisis.
  • We support the Partner financially and technically, providing assistance in the field of large-scale project management.

WE SUPPORT THE ACTIVITIES OF THE “UKRAINIAN HOUSE” FOUNDATION IN PRZEMYŚL

  • We cooperate with the “Ukrainian House” Foundation in Przemyśl, which provides help to Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
  • We support the partner financially and technically and provide assistance in the field of large-scale project management.
  • We finance the operation of a temporary night shelter in Przemyśl and the provision of meals to persons staying in the shelter 
  • We provide interpreters at the railway station in Przemyśl

DISTRIBUTION OF PRODUCTS AMONG REFUGEES ON A KYIV-WARSAW TRAIN (11.04.2022)

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Aid in Poland

MISSION POLAND

On 20 May, PAH launched “Mission Poland” in order to effectively respond to the refugee crisis in Poland. You can read more about it here.

AID CARDS FOR PERSONS IN THE MOST DIRE SITUATION

In March, we launched the Aid Card programme which will help the refugees in Poland to buy the products they need most. The programme’s aim was to provide such aid to 25 000 individuals. As at the end of September, aid has been provided to more than 11 351 families, or 26 834 individuals.

This programme will be carried out in five cities: Przemyśl, Koszalin, Olsztyn, Bartoszyce, and Stargard in co-operation with the Ukrainian Association in Poland.

CO-OPERATION WITH THE MUDITA ASSOCIATION

As part of our co-operation with the Mudita Association we are financing the operation of two reception facilities in Warsaw and Cracow adapted to the needs of persons with disabilities and chronic diseases. They act as temporary places of residence primarily for the refugees who have just entered Poland.

This lodging facility provides families with support in the form of food, volunteer caregivers, as well as aid in gaining access to a physician or getting a PESEL number. In addition to sleeping accommodations, each facility contains two rehabilitations beds, toilets and bathrooms adapted for individuals in wheelchairs, a playroom for children, as well as a leisure room.  

Furthermore, we support the Association’s wards through our aid card programme. Our support consists in issuing cards charged with funds which allow supporting a family for 3 months.  

“PAJACYK” PROGRAMME

We are expending the nutritional support programme, which allows us to provide hot meals to children from Ukraine who go to schools supported by our Pajacyk programme, as well as day care centres, community centres, and socio-therapeutic centres during summer vacations.  

As part of the new version of the “Puppet – Psychosocial Assistance” program (Pajacyk – Pol.), we provide psychological and psychiatric support for children in the refugee crisis, increase the knowledge of teachers, guardians and other school staff about refugees, and support parents and guardians. A total of 39 organizations from all over Poland participate in the program – the list of organizations that have qualified for the program can be found at: www.pajacyk.pl/nabor/ in the “results” tab. We have been implementing the program since September 2022.

EDUCATION

We create information content on an ongoing basis, for example in the form of webinars and podcasts on humanitarian aid, the refugee crisis and the situation in Ukraine.

Planned actions:

  • Trainings for teachers – we will prepare and conduct a series of trainings for teachers on the practical skills of introducing humanitarian topics to school activities and shaping the attitude of global solidarity.
  • Cooperation with educational activists – we will expand educators’ networks and broaden their knowledge about humanitarian aid and the global context of the war in Ukraine.
  • Cooperation with schools – we will implement an educational programme for schools on responsible humanitarian aid.

9 YEARS OLD YEVHENII AND HIS MOTHER NATASHA AT THE RECEPTION FACILITY IN WARSAW WHICH IS FINANCED THANKS TO OUR CO-OPERATION WITH THE MUDITA FOUNDATION. THEY CAME FROM MARIUPOL, AND SOON THEY WILL BE MOVING ON TO ISRAEL WHERE THE BOY WILL BE CONTINUING HIS ONCOLOGICAL TREATMENTS (AUGUST 2022)

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How else can we help?

Helping war victims is a marathon, not a sprint. We encourage individuals, companies and non-governmental organizations to join us in supporting refugees. Below we present a number of actions that you can take depending on your abilities. 
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How to help as an individual

Receive refugees

Receive refugees

If you have an apartment in Poland that could be made available to refugees, please use the UASOS.org platform to register it. This way people looking for shelter will be able to easily find your offer of help. 

The UA SOS platform was established in March at the initiative of non-governmental organizations, with the support of several companies. Polish Humanitarian Action is its partner. The platform is available in Polish, English, Ukrainian and Russian. 

Financial assistance

Financial assistance

Polish Humanitarian Action is constantly collecting funds in connection with the war in Ukraine. The gathered funds allow us to provide effective long-term humanitarian aid on a large scale. We make every effort to ensure that each zloty spent on aid brings as much relief as possible to the victims of the crisis. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at: darczyncy@pah.org.pl 

You can make a donation here. 

Aid collections

Aid collections

At the moment, the Polish Humanitarian Action does not conduct collections necessary items. If you want to help in this way, we encourage you to visit the website pomogamukrainie.gov.pl, where you can find information on the organizations conducting such collections and their needs. 
Work

Work

In connection with the war in Ukraine, Polish Humanitarian Action is recruiting for a number of positions that will allow us to increase the scale of the aid provided. Information on the positions that we currently seek to fill can be found here. 
Charity shopping

Charity shopping

Many organizations and individuals have decided to get involved in their own way – by giving something of themselves. By making a donation to the collections below, you will receive a gift in the form of a poster, e-book or graphics. You can also try to bid on the item you are interested in. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the following collections and auctions, the income from which will be allocated to the activities of the Polish Humanitarian Action:

Receive refugees

If you have an apartment in Poland that could be made available to refugees, please use the UASOS.org platform to register it. This way people looking for shelter will be able to easily find your offer of help. 

The UA SOS platform was established in March at the initiative of non-governmental organizations, with the support of several companies. Polish Humanitarian Action is its partner. The platform is available in Polish, English, Ukrainian and Russian. 

Financial assistance

Polish Humanitarian Action is constantly collecting funds in connection with the war in Ukraine. The gathered funds allow us to provide effective long-term humanitarian aid on a large scale. We make every effort to ensure that each zloty spent on aid brings as much relief as possible to the victims of the crisis. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at: darczyncy@pah.org.pl 

You can make a donation here. 

Aid collections

At the moment, the Polish Humanitarian Action does not conduct collections necessary items. If you want to help in this way, we encourage you to visit the website pomogamukrainie.gov.pl, where you can find information on the organizations conducting such collections and their needs. 

Work

In connection with the war in Ukraine, Polish Humanitarian Action is recruiting for a number of positions that will allow us to increase the scale of the aid provided. Information on the positions that we currently seek to fill can be found here. 

Charity shopping

Many organizations and individuals have decided to get involved in their own way – by giving something of themselves. By making a donation to the collections below, you will receive a gift in the form of a poster, e-book or graphics. You can also try to bid on the item you are interested in. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the following collections and auctions, the income from which will be allocated to the activities of the Polish Humanitarian Action:

How to help as an NGO

Fuel financing

Fuel financing

If you organize transports of humanitarian aid or refugees to/from Ukraine, you can take advantage of our assistance in financing fuel costs. Obtaining a paid bp fuel card requires submitting an application containing such information as: data on the entity organizing the transport, purpose of transport, number and destination of vehicles involved in transport, length of the planned route, total estimated fuel consumption. Please send your applications to: pah@pah.org.pl. 

Fuel financing

If you organize transports of humanitarian aid or refugees to/from Ukraine, you can take advantage of our assistance in financing fuel costs. Obtaining a paid bp fuel card requires submitting an application containing such information as: data on the entity organizing the transport, purpose of transport, number and destination of vehicles involved in transport, length of the planned route, total estimated fuel consumption. Please send your applications to: pah@pah.org.pl. 

How to help as a company

Financial assistance

Financial assistance

Polish Humanitarian Action is constantly collecting funds in connection with the war in Ukraine. The gathered funds allow us to provide effective long-term humanitarian aid on a large scale . We make every effort to ensure that each zloty spent on aid brings as much relief as possible to the victims of the crisis. 

We invite company representatives to contact us at: biznes@pah.org.pl

You can make a donation here. 

Media and advertising support

Media and advertising support

Polish Humanitarian Action is constantly looking for entities willing to provide it with their media and advertising space for the purpose of communicating fundraising actions and undertaken activities. If you are interested in cooperation, please contact us by e-mail at: marketing@pah.org.pl 
Other support, cooperation

Other support, cooperation

Entities interested in non-financial support or cooperation in the field of promotion are kindly asked to contact us by e-mail at: biznes@pah.org.pl 
bp fuel cards

bp fuel cards

In cooperation with bp Poland, Polish Humanitarian Action offers bp fuel cards valid in Poland to people/institutions transporting refugees and necessary items from Poland to Ukraine and from Ukraine to Poland, as part of providing humanitarian aid to civilian victims of the war. To obtain a bp fuel card, please send an application to pah@pah.org.pl containing the following data: name of the entity organizing the transport, purpose of transport, number and destination of vehicles involved in the transport, length of the planned route, total estimated fuel consumption. Please send your applications to: pah@pah.org.pl

Financial assistance

Polish Humanitarian Action is constantly collecting funds in connection with the war in Ukraine. The gathered funds allow us to provide effective long-term humanitarian aid on a large scale . We make every effort to ensure that each zloty spent on aid brings as much relief as possible to the victims of the crisis. 

We invite company representatives to contact us at: biznes@pah.org.pl

You can make a donation here. 

Media and advertising support

Polish Humanitarian Action is constantly looking for entities willing to provide it with their media and advertising space for the purpose of communicating fundraising actions and undertaken activities. If you are interested in cooperation, please contact us by e-mail at: marketing@pah.org.pl 

Other support, cooperation

Entities interested in non-financial support or cooperation in the field of promotion are kindly asked to contact us by e-mail at: biznes@pah.org.pl 

bp fuel cards

In cooperation with bp Poland, Polish Humanitarian Action offers bp fuel cards valid in Poland to people/institutions transporting refugees and necessary items from Poland to Ukraine and from Ukraine to Poland, as part of providing humanitarian aid to civilian victims of the war. To obtain a bp fuel card, please send an application to pah@pah.org.pl containing the following data: name of the entity organizing the transport, purpose of transport, number and destination of vehicles involved in the transport, length of the planned route, total estimated fuel consumption. Please send your applications to: pah@pah.org.pl

Follow our activities

On our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn you will find photo and video materials as well as the most up-to-date relations about Polish Humanitarian Action’s relief activities regarding the war in Ukraine. 

About us

Polish Humanitarian Action

We help victims of humanitarian crises caused by armed conflicts and natural disasters.

We are a Polish non-governmental organization operating since 1992. Since 2004, we are also a public benefit organization. We operate on three continents, including in Poland.

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