ZMIN Team continues to act in the area of assisting the military and civilian population in the hotspots, supporting and providing the necessary protection to people forced to leave their homes.
Despite the fact that the foundation strategy is aimed at systemic, continuous and long-term activities, we understand the need to be flexible and respond instantly to urgent challenges.
Summarizing the activities over the past month, the biggest challenge in these crisis conditions is quality coordination of actions and the opportunity to turn money into a truly effective resource.
Over the past month, we have coordinated with foundations, non-governmental organizations, military formations and government structures, volunteers, and activists.
A unique architecture of networks, communities, and people is being built. Thanks to this, it is possible to respond effectively and act in the interests of society in the conditions of war.
In partnership and through cooperation with Jam Factory, we have organized a logistics distribution headquarters where we accumulate the purchased staff and coordinate the further logistics for delivery.
For us, as for hundreds of other initiatives, it is important that the assistance reaches recipients in time, where it is truly needed.To streamline the processes and quickly coordinate actions between organizations, volunteers, and activists who are end-users of the aid, or intermediaries who know about the most needy destinations and where and how to send the supplies, we made a registration form.
The Foundation for Strategic Change carries out activities in accordance with Art. 6 of the Law of Ukraine on Charitable Activities and Charitable Organizations and complies with the standards. It is important for us to maintain a transparent documentation and reporting procedure. Flexible, with attention to crisis situations.
To verify the receipt of charitable assistance and simplify communication, we made a sticker to label the supplies.
We invite organizations that coordinate the delivery of the necessary to the points where assistance is most needed.
Registration form on the link.
Photos by Victoria Yuskevych