Together We Shelter continues to help Ukrainians flee Russian-imposed hostilities. The Program focuses on strengthening Ukrainian NGOs that provide vital services to people affected by Russia’s war.
During the first wave of the Program, East Europe Foundation awarded nine grants of up to UAH 1.1 million each to nongovernmental organizations to administer repairs and equip shelters for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in their communities.
The second wave will provide 16 more grants of up to UAH 950,000 to meet non-food needs of the affected population.
The first five nonprofit organizations have already received funding to implement their projects, three of them from the Kherson region. Priority attention was given to this region of Ukraine, as the humanitarian crisis has become even worse after Russians blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in June.
We will inform you of other NGOs that will receive grants under the Together We Shelter program. So stay tuned for our news!
Together We Shelter is implemented by East Europe Foundation with the financial support of the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund.