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People for People Foundation (P4P) is a collective of entrepreneurs joining forces to get as many people affected by the Russia-Ukraine war to safety as possible.

As the foundation continues to receive various inbound requests offering and requesting support, here’s what happened last week to further help those affected by the war in Ukraine:

People for People Foundation will spread awareness by participating in Dutch Startup Drinks 

To spread awareness and to further inform what’s happening on the ground in Ukraine, Joris Beckers (Co-Founder), Jesse van der Meulen (Foundation Director) and Anna Tian (Head of Communications from Kyiv) will join this Friday’s Dutch Startup Drinks facilitated by Dutch Startup Association. The team will share their current priorities and explain how other entrepreneurs can join the movement to support people affected by the war in Ukraine.

More details here:

bunq opens 556 more bank accounts for people affected by war this week

Partner bunq helped open 2.550 more bank accounts (during the last 2 month) after collaborating with several Dutch municipalities.

Tony’s Chocolonely will bring some joy to people affected by war

Largest sweets manufacturer in the Netherlands Tony’s Chocolonely will donate Easter Chocolates to bring joy to people during hard times. People for people will be shipping them with our partners Netherlands for Ukraine and Lifeline Ukraine this week.

Math lessons for children affected by war

Last Tuesday Anatoliy (team member of P4P) gave math lessons in Eindhoven to Ukrainian children.  The lessons will restart on May 9th, after school holidays are over.

P4P are welcoming 2 new team members

Julia de Fuentes joined the team as a Project & Community Manager. She has experience within the startup ecosystem in the Netherlands as she has performed a variety of roles at different companies within it. 

Anna Tian joined the team as a Head of Communications. She moved to the Netherlands from Kyiv 3 weeks ago. She worked for a fintech investment fund and a large startup accelerator in Ukraine before.  

Are you interested in further helping People For People in their mission to provide necessities to those affected by the Russia-Ukraine war? Based on demand of partner organizations, they are looking to partner with more large FMCG companies that produce the following supplies:

  • Food
  • Baby and hygiene products
  • Shelter
  • Medical aid
  • Hardware

If you or someone you know is willing to help donate to the foundation, please contact them directly at