The Sheptytsky Foundation helps Ukrainian women released from captivity

Опубліковано 25 June 2023 року, о 18:36

The Foundation of the Blessed Martyr Klyment Sheptytsky continues to implement the support program for Ukrainian women released from russian captivity.

The program is the result of cooperation between the Polish and Ukrainian governments.  This program was initiated by the Office of the Prime Minister of Poland and the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine. The Polish Prime Minister’s Office funds this program.

Under this program, women can receive a one-time financial grant of 10,000 Polish zlotys (about 90,000 Ukrainian hryvnias) before taxes and participate in a recreational and rehabilitation trip to Poland.

You can apply for this type of assistance by filling out an electronic form. Click here.

Until August 30, 2023, or until funds are depleted, applications for financial assistance will be accepted.

Applications will be accepted through July 15, 2023, to participate in the Recreation and Rehabilitation Trip.

In 2022, 180 Ukrainian women received financial support from the Sheptytsky Foundation. In addition, 24 women received psychological support, and 19 Ukrainian women participated in a recreational and rehabilitation trip to Poland.