A very sad day for Ukraine…
UPDATE 4: 26 FEB
Resident Advisor made an open source spreadsheet to add spreadsheet to add links to Ukrainian artists/labels/tracks. Please help us withnyour knowledge and add as many relevantnlinks as you can. Direct downloads via PayPal go straight to artists (who have self released) or to local labels straight away.
This a quick and easy way to get money into their accounts as fast possible. Please share this with others who can contribute and please post the link on your socials and stories. – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1GVBFIPmfmfBvqi6XMuBNxAHkcG1k102ewMkS6w0waLE/htmlview
UPDATE 3: 26 FEB
Olga Korol: “We are all against the war! But please let’s help with the REAL acts!
Here are some links to the different organisations you can check and donate:
Is helping the army of Ukraine and children living in the war zones of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The international fund helps children with disabilities affected by the war in Ukraine and in need of support as well as supports hospitals and volunteer initiatives in Ukraine.
Helps humanitarian ngos and un agencies in Ukraine to assist the most vulnerable communities and people, providing them urgently needed food and water, shelter and other basic support.
Is one of the largest charity organisations helping at the Ukrainian front.
Please keep an eye also on an other initiatives people are spreading out regarding the Ukrainian situation!”
UPDATE 2: 26 FEB
At the University of Bucharest there are at least 40 rooms available for refugees and colleagues from Ukr (students/professors) who need temporary or long-term accommodation in Bucharest, transport from the border to Bucharest, translating documents, who want to continue their studies in Bucharest, etc. We are waiting for your messages at: email@example.com
Paul Alexandru started a list of initiatives by citizens to help our neighbours from Ukraine.
“🗺️ Anastasia Staicu made together with Romstal an evacuation plan for citizens in Ukraine – https://bit.ly/3sdAnAa
🥣 Ștefan Mandachi offers (limited places of) accommodation at his hotel in Suceava, and at the Spartan restaurant in the city centre, any Ukrainian citizen who presents an ID can have a hot meal for FREE – https://bit.ly/3shZeD2
In Gura Humorului, Mood Coffee offers a hot meal – https://bit.ly/3pd0hSM
🐕 Patrocle’s House – Animal Rescue provides support and assistance for pets of Ukrainian families entering Romania through Siret Customs – https://bit.ly/3IknYjy
In Iasi, Save our Paws Association will help refugee animals – https://bit.ly/35oYW40
And Fight for Animals Baia Mare: https://bit.ly/3JRC7VB
Plus the Patrocle Brasov Canine Excellence Club: https://bit.ly/3LYUPNa
🛏️ Fight for Freedom provides free shelter for refugees from Ukraine in Suceava – https://bit.ly/3vvjSBJ Tonight they had 7 places left.
An Aiudean provides accommodation and food for 60 refugees in two villages in Alba – https://bit.ly/3MaPiDl
In the Republic of Moldova, in Ștefan Vodă to be precise, Purcari Wines offers shelter to 20 families – https://bit.ly/3t3AX2F
🚌 Tarsin Rădăuți company picked up Ukrainian citizens who wanted to get to the bus station, train station or airport free of charge with coaches – https://bit.ly/3HhXyxw
📞 Moldtelecom company offers free Prepay cards at crossing points from Ukraine to Moldova – https://bit.ly/33MeD4S
🆘Thousands of Romanians in the group UNITE FOR UKRAINE offer free accommodation and even transport to Ukraine – https://bit.ly/3M2qnSm.
You can also use this form – https://bit.ly/3peqgch – made by Vlad Gheorghe to tick the help you could offer.
VOLUNTEERS IN EUROPE is another big group where people are looking for and offering help, especially transport and accommodation – https://bit.ly/3BMkqE6
If you use Discord more often, go here: https://discord.com/invite/VgzuYFYB
🥖 In Bucharest, the Caradja Cantacuzino Association is urgently collecting packages of essential goods for Ukrainian refugees – https://bit.ly/3BRJWYD
Iasi City Hall is organising a collection of donations at several points in the city – https://bit.ly/3pdbhiQ
🔊 Maramures Students Association asks Ukrainian speakers to contact them to help coordinate people at the border – https://bit.ly/3hbK8se
Pass it on to who you know needs it most.” – Paul Alexandru
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O zi foarte tristă pentru Ucraina…
La Universitatea din Bucuresti exista cel putin 40 camere disponibile (in special) pentru colegi din Ukr (studenti/ profesori) care au nevoie de cazare temporara sau long-term in Bucuresti, de transport de la granita catre Bucuresti, de interpretare/ traducere documente, care vor sa continue studiile la Bucuresti, etc. Asteptam eventualele mesaje pe adresa: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Alexandru a început o listă de inițiative pornite de cetățeni pentru a-i ajuta pe vecinii noștri din Ucraina.
Ștefan Mandachi oferă (locuri limitate de) cazare la hotelul din Suceava, iar la restaurantul Spartan din centrul orașului, poate servi GRATUIT o masă caldă orice cetățean ucrainian care prezintă un act de identitate – https://bit.ly/3shZeD2
În Gura Humorului, Mood Coffee oferă o masă caldă – https://bit.ly/3pd0hSM
Un aiudean oferă cazare și mâncare pentru 60 de refugiați, în două sate din Alba – https://bit.ly/3MaPiDl
Firma Tarsin Rădăuți a preluat gratuit cu autocare cetățenii ucrainieni care doreau să ajungă la autogări, la gară sau la aeroport – https://bit.ly/3HhXyxw
Compania Moldtelecom oferă la punctele de trecere din Ucraina spre Republica Moldova cartele Prepay gratuite – https://bit.ly/33MeD4S
Puteți folosi și acest formular – https://bit.ly/3peqgch – realizat de Vlad Gheorghe în care să bifați ajutorul pe care l-ați putea oferi.
Dacă folosiți mai des Discord, intrați aici: https://discord.com/invite/VgzuYFYB
Asociația Elevilor din Maramureș roagă vorbitorii de ucraineană să-i contacteze pentru a ajuta la coordonarea persoanelor de la graniță – https://bit.ly/3hbK8se
Dați mai departe cui știți că are mai mare nevoie.” – Paul Alexandru
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