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Help for Ukraine


Since 24 February 2022, a regular war has been going on in Ukraine, which has been militarily attacked by the Russian regime. This conflict has caused a huge refugee and humanitarian crisis. Millions of refugees fled the war to other countries, many of them to Poland. People who stayed in Ukraine face a direct threat to life and health, huge damage to the economy and infrastructure, and lack of access to many products. International agencies, governments, local governments and non-governmental organizations around the world face the challenge of supporting refugees, providing humanitarian aid to people remaining in Ukraine, as well as joining the process of rebuilding this country from war damage.

How Diaconia Poland supports Ukraine

Since the beginning of this invasion, Diaconia Poland has been carrying out aid activities for people affected by warfare. Many of them are held in cooperation with various partners – Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and many other Polish and foreign diaconal and aid organizations, Lutheran and Reformed parishes, as well as local governments. Our initiatives are also supported by many private individuals.

Already on 24 February 2022, the president of the Diaconia Poland and the bishop of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland issued a joint appeal for donations to help Ukraine. “Living in peace and security is the right of every human being. Therefore, we cannot remain indifferent to what affects our neighbours. As Christians, we are called to show mercy to a person in need, to take active care and concrete actions,” they wrote (more about this appeal here).

What Diaconia Poland is doing for people affected by the war in Ukraine

  • Rental assistance (cash for rent) – together with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and with the financial support of German Humanitarian Assistance, we help refugees who are in difficult housing situation.
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  • Winter Cash Assistance Program – together with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and with the financial support of German Humanitarian Assistance we provide financial support for winter to the most needy refugees in various places in Poland.
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What Diaconia Poland has already done

  • Cash Assistance Program – together with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and in cooperation with Lutheran parishes and local governments, we provided three months of financial support to the most needy refugees in various places in Poland.
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  • Support for parishes hosting refugees – together with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and other partners, we supported several dozen Lutheran parishes that offered their premises for accommodation for refugees. This allowed them to adapt the premises to receive refugees and to conduct integration programs.
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  • Support for integration programs – we co-financed language courses, summer camps, trips and activities for refugees
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  • Transport of refugees – we coordinated the transport of refugees to Poland and other countries.
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  • Material assistance – we coordinated transports with material aid to various places where refugees are staying. We regularly cooperated in this area with the Humanitarian Aid Centre in Nadarzyn near Warsaw.
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  • Support for people in Ukraine – we co-organized transports with humanitarian aid for people remaining in Ukraine.
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Financial donations to help Ukraine can be transferred to the bank account of Diaconia Poland with a reference note “Ukraine”:


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Bank PEKAO S.A., I O/Warszawa

Pl. Bankowy 2, 00-950 Warszawa

Diakonia Kościoła Ewangelicko-Augsburskiego w RP

00-246 Warszawa, ul. Miodowa 21

PL 56 1240 1037 1978 0000 0693 1401 (EUR)