Invest in art to support Ukraine
Ukraine is confronting one of the toughest winters on record due to attacks on civilian infrastructure. As a result, over 6 million Ukrainians are in extreme survival conditions without access to power, heat, and water. Despite the challenges, people have risen with creative initiatives to help those in need. Discover and donate to verified art projects that do miracles. From film screenings and art fairs to books and posters that can save lives. Join us in making a difference, donate and share now.
Postcards for Ukraine
You can purchase a postcard from international artists for a donation of at least 350€ to a charity supporting those affected by the war.
i am u are — Ukrainian Creators Fair
I am u are is a platform for empowering the Ukrainian creative economy. They represent, promote and connect Ukrainian creators with the community and international businesses.
Over 100 creators are gathering in NYC to introduce you to the design, crafts, tech, fashion, and art of modern Ukraine. A must-visit fair to learn about and support Ukrainian creative economy.
When: February 17—19, NYC
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Oberih- is a collection of stories about things that accompany us everywhere and provide solace and protection in all circumstances. 90% of the proceedings from sales will be directed towards volunteer initiatives and humanitarian organisations, which are currently active in Ukraine and are immediately related to some of our contributors.
Buy Posters to rebuild home
Artist Yulya Dahl works and sells her posters to rebuild a home for her parents. The artist is now collecting donations to help her parents move back into a house of their own—a place where they can feel comfortable and safe again.
BEHIND BLUE EYES
Local kids receive a bag of disposable film cameras to document their life in deliberated Ukrainian villages. The project presents this unique body of work to you, raising funds to fulfill kiddo wishlists in return.
Your donation will go to acquire items from the wishlists kids have provided us along with the utilized cameras. The goal is not only to give the kid a chance to vocalize about the war but also to show that creativity is a powerful tool to achieve own dreams.
A collective of volunteers supporting Ukraine’s resistance in the war with Russia. All donations go directly to people in need of aid. Next creative initiative: an auction and exhibition in New York, April 2023. 100% of the auction proceeds will be distributed between the participating Ukraine-based artists and organizations whose efforts are aimed at rebuilding Ukraine.
BOOKSHA Publishing house
The team is engaged in research and presentation of the phenomena affecting Ukrainian and global culture. The books are aimed at the promotion of Ukrainian culture and presentation of its history on the international level.
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𝙎𝙊𝘾𝙄𝘼- charity auction
You can purchase the artwork and donate to fight for the truth and freedom of the Ukrainian people. Starting bid: $1500. All funds will be donated to Dnipro victims of a missile hit that killed 45 people including 6 children.
The first featured and hand-picked film streaming and utility-driven NFT platform. We initiate the global project Kids for kids that is meant to allow children who have left their hometowns due to war in Ukraine to feel the joy of peaceful life again!
Volunteers of the Kyiv Volunteer Charity Foundation will collect all packages from Europe and deliver them to children from the de-occupied territories, orphans, young hospital patients and children who were forced to leave their homes. They are collecting funds to cover the logistics of the project.
Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund
Independent artists, curators and cultural workers of Ukraine have a right to live, be safe and continue their work. Fund’s task is to ensure the continuity and development of the Ukrainian culture during the war. The fund provides one-time financial aid or scholarships for cultural workers.
Film club founded by creatives to introduce modern Ukrainian culture worldwide. Three Ukrainians, who lost their homes because of the war, organized a front-line film club, which in two months grew into a brand that is recognized in Europe.
They call themselves a charity production platform and they have already collected roughly 15,000 euros to help the people and military. Next screening: the documentary «Breaking into Baikonur», Berlin, 26 January 2023.
Archive of forms -archive and visual research of Ukrainian culture.
Repair Together – Ukrainian volunteer initiative to restore the communities that suffered from the occupation.
Office Ukraine– shelter for Ukrainian Artists in Wien, Graz and Innsbruck.
Livyj bereh– volunteer group based in Kyїv and working in regions affected by the war.
Nova Ukraine– one of the largest Ukrainian Humanitarian aid organizations. $55M+ raised for emergency aid in financial gifts and in-kind donations.
St. Javelin – a community already managed to raise and spend $1mln on different things for the military such as generators, winter clothing, warm jackets, medical kits, etc.
Cover credits: 1) Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund, 2022
2) Kendell Geers, 2022