Volunteering in Ukraine | Distribution of Donations
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SummaryBecause of the war since February, collecting and distributing donations has been our most important task. We're looking for volunteers to support us doing so.
Our task is to receive, store and distribute hundreds of tons of donations every month. For this, we are looking for volunteers who are happy to participate in the following work:
- warehouse tasks
- forklift driving
- selection, arrangement and preparation of donations
- donation delivery
- donation allocation
- min. 20 years old
- availability for at least one week
- valid passport
- completely healthy
- good physical ability
IMPORTANT: Due to the ongoing war, many governments (including the British and US) advise against all travel to Ukraine. Embassies may be closed or unable to offer consular assistance. You may be unable to take out travel insurance, although we strongly advise doing so if possible. You should appraise yourself of any recent official advice concerning the risks and means of entering and staying in Ukraine. We draw your attention to paragraph 8.4 of Vision 2050’s terms and conditions, which apply to all volunteering opportunities on this website. If you decide to volunteer in Ukraine, you do so entirely at your own risk. Neither Vision 2050 nor the Malteser Charity Service in Beregovo Region (BJMSZ) can accept any liability for any consequences of volunteers travelling to and volunteering in Ukraine.
Getting thereYou have to organise your transport to Beregsurány (border crossing point in Hungary to Ukraine) and then cross the border into Ukraine by foot. It takes just a few minutes (15-20 minutes) to cross the border by foot. Behind the border you will be picked up by someone from the team in Beregovo.
About Malteser Charity Service in Beregovo Region
Among our programs, we run a school for Roma people, carry out care for disabled children and organize cultural programs for the people who live here.
Volunteers are constantly involved helping in our programs.