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Rapid Help Fund, Mariupol

bridgeworks takes a clear stand against the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine. We support our partners who have been continuously helping Ukrainian artists and the civilian population since the outbreak of the war. That is why we want to draw your attention to the RAPID HELP FUND of our partner organization Platform TU, through which they are supporting people from their hometown Mariupol, including members of their local art-cluster for youth and specifically the families, that had to leave the city.

For all the information* check out @tu_mariupol (Instagram) and their website: https://tu.org.ua/news/requisites-for-rapid-help-fund/

Financial support can be directly send via
PayPal: tu.mariupol@gmail.com
IBAN: UA813052990262056400930672306
PrivatBank: 5168 7520 1359 8449 (Alexander Sosnovsky)

If you want to know more and/or help directly, please get in contact via E-Mail: tu.mariupol@gmail.com



Background information 

It is important to continue supporting the people of Mariupol: The city has been under blockade for more than three months and is now occupied by Russian military. People live without water, light, heat, medicine and access to information. Up to 90% of the houses in the city are damaged. The people of Mariupol who flee leave behind everything they have – and therefore need all the help they can get. TU has already supported 380 families with 1 140 000 UAH (approx. 38 000 Euro) and was able to transfer 81 800 UAH (approx. 2 700 Euro) for volunteers, who work on site. But they continue to ask for our help: „We appeal to all the inhabitants of the world to help the people of Mariupol who were able to get out of the hell that the russists turned our city into.“

bridgeworks strongly rejects the Russian war of aggression and stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and in particular with our partner organization Platform TU from Mariupol. 





*We assume no liability for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the content and information. Please inform yourself about the Rapid Help Fund and decide how you want to support.