We are here for Ukrainian refugees and we are raising funds for the interventions at Isaccea border, Tulcea county and Constanta where we provide direct support to refugees who enter Romania from Ukraine. We provide information and assistance which are essential to vulnerable citizens and families with children who seek refuge in Romania or are in transit.
If you wish to help, come join us!!! You can contribute by donating money of getting involved as a volunteer.
DONATE for UKRAINE!!!
Beneficiary: Novapolis Association – Center of Analysis and Initiatives for Development
Account RON: RO67 RNCB 0087 1576 5045 0001 (RNCBROBU), BCR Bank – Pantelimon Agency
EUR Account: RO83 RNCB 0087 1576 5045 0004 (RNCBROBU), BCR Bank – Pantelimon Agency
Transaction details: Help Ukraine.
Appeal to volunteers Help Ukraine! –Constanta and Isaccea border point
We are looking for volunteers to help and support Ukrainian refugees who are in transit in Romania or who are already in need of assistance in our country.
Become Novapolis volunteer and you can help people who need us in these critical moments in which we are all witnessing a tragedy and in which it is more important than ever to show solidarity and be united for Ukraine.
Interested persons will be involved in the activities taking place locally in Constanta and Isaccea border point, Tulcea county regarding provision of services of transport, accommodation, translation, preparing packages (clothes, food etc), information and logistics, guidance and other needed services
Complete this form and tell us how you can help and get involved.
We are supporting Ukrainians who are looking for refuge in Romania at the Romanian border
Novapolis supports Ukrainians who are looking for refuge in Romania at the Romanian border
We provide support to Ukranian refugees
We are also today at the border point Isaccea to welcome and provide support to Ukranian refugees
We need to stand with Ukraine!
Regardless of the difficulties and no matter how hard can be, we must help and we must seek hope despite the despair. We need to stand with Ukraine.