The Slawa and Izek Volosianski Foundation
About the Foundation

Humanosh is a combination of the English word human and Hebrew enosh. Both words mean a person.

"Inspired by my grandparents who saved 39 Jews from the Nazis, our mission is to build a reality in which everyone feels safe and dignified, regardless of their background, race, religion or skin color." - Kasia Skopiec, founder of the Humanosh Foundation

How we Help!

Humanosh Emergency Medical Team is a medical branch of Humanosh Foundation that has been providing regular medical support in regions where other doctors or paramedics are unavailable. Emergency Medical Team is the successor of the Formed Humanosh Med Evacuation which has saved lives of 2000 incured and sick taking them to hospitals in Poland and abroad.

For over 15 years, the team that now creates the Humanosh Foundation has been involved in humanitarian aid. Now, during the crisis in Belarus and the war in Ukraine, Humanosh is always where help is most needed. In Ukraine, we go every week with tons of help, often to the areas where others do not reach.

A place where we help people forced to flee their own country. We call them Mirne Domy (Houses of Peace). Currently, these are mainly refugees from Ukraine, but the first Mirnyj Dom was established for people from Belarus. There are now four such facilities.

The story of Sława and Izek Wołosiański

Whenever Slava was asked - "Why did you save Jews" she answered: Me? Jews? No, I did not save Jews, I saved people, friends, acquaintances.

Humanosh Friends Club

The Friends of Humanosh Club is a community of friends and partners of the Foundation.

It is an interest club focusing on the present and future of our world.

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