Solidarity with Ukraine

11 marca 2022

In line with the hashtag #BiznesReagujeOdpowiedzialnie (#BusinessRespondsResponsibly), companies – including FOB’s partners – and multiple organizations and institutions have become involved in helping Ukrainian women and men. Since many fundraisers have been set up, be sure to donate your funds only to reputable NGOs or legitimate campaigns! Do not organize your own fundraisers if you can contribute to the existing ones.

This regularly updated infographic (full version in Polish here>>) keeps track of selected aid campaigns and provides links to verified sources of information. Please share the list with others:

In these extremely difficult times, the Responsible Business Forum (FOB) wants to support friends and colleagues from Ukraine, and all those affected by the war. Пам’ятайте, що Ми з Вами! For our full statement, click here »

 Assistance from NGOs

Watch out for unverified fundraisers! The aggression against Ukraine is being exploited by online scammers who, under the guise of helping those in need, try to extort data or money. Donate your funds only to reputable NGOs or legitimate campaigns!

Do not organize your own fundraisers if you can contribute to the existing ones.

Fundraisers held by large aid organizations

Selected fundraising initiatives

Business initiatives

Orange Polska is reducing charges for calls to Ukraine.

Biedronka supermarket chain is providing assistance to its Ukrainian employees.

T-Mobile is offering free international calls to Ukraine.

BNP Paribas Bank Polska is not charging any banking fees from Ukrainian customers.

ERGO Hestia is pledging to pay for short-term third party insurance of all refugees coming to Poland from Ukraine.

ING Bank Śląski in collaboration with the ING for Children Foundation has launched a fundraiser for the victims of war.

A range of initiatives supporting Ukraine have also been put in place by Rossmann.

Orange Polska is giving out free starter kits at border checkpoints, and offers reduced call rates without roaming charges.

Biedronka supermarket chain is donating PLN 10 million to Ukrainian refugees.In addition, the chain is removing products of Russian and Belarusian origin from store shelves.

PZU is paying premiums for 30-day third party liability insurance for Ukrainian people.

CCC Group is expanding its DajSwoimButomDrugieŻycie (GiveYourShoesASecondLife) campaign, collecting shoes, refreshing and donating them to those in need.

Publications and guides

Hosting refugees

Volunteer programs and employee volunteering

Important information


Assistance to Ukrainian citizens

Websites with aid/donation information