A few words



In Ukraine, a ruthless, cruel, and devastating war is ongoing.

Hundreds, thousands of people are in mortal danger, deprived of a roof over their heads and basic necessities. Hospitals and medical aid are running out of equipment, medicines and personnel.

We provide assistance to everyone, without exception. We take care of refugees staying in Poland, providing them with housing, food, medical care and psychological support.

To this end, Mirnyj House, a place created to provide a safe space for refugees, who will be provided with housing and assistance with formal issues related to legalizing their stay, has been established.

How we Help!

Humanosh Emergency Medical Team

Since the beginning of the war, we have also been helping those left behind in Ukraine.

To this end, the Humanosh Emergency Medical Team was established to provide medical assistance, delivering ambulances to pick up the seriously injured or sick on their way out.
Patients are either taken to Polish hospitals or transported further abroad. We are also constantly sending aid to civilians who are in difficult and demanding conditions, without access to water, food and cleaning supplies.

Activities for Ukraine


A conversation with Anna Waclawik about the war


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How You Can Help

Support our Foundation's activities in Ukraine - only with your help can we succeed!

The founders of the foundation have been actively helping refugees for more than 15 years. Humanosh Foundation has been operating since 2020, with the help of the family, volunteers and thanks to the support of donors we help refugees and spread the story of the Wołosiański family.

Our mission is to build a reality in which every person feels safe and dignified, regardless of his or her background, race, religion or skin color.

Without your support, contributions, in-kind donations and the help of volunteers, we will not be able to continue helping.

Let's show, once again, that we are willing and able to help!

Kasia in-kind assistance
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