Specific projects


At Bevar Ukraine, we are always happy to do specific projects for the benefit of fundraising for our humanitarian work or for the benefit of Ukrainian refugees in Denmark. Right now we have 2 current projects. One is a dictionary for the benefit of Ukrainian refugees in Denmark and the other is a collection designed by Rue de Tokyo where all profits go to Save Ukraine. Previous projects include specially designed t-shirts for Copenhell, ticket control at concerts with 250 volunteers and collection of tents at festivals.


Rue de Tokyo has designed The Capsule Collection for the benefit of Save Ukraine. The collection consists of unisex pajamas and bedding in the colors of Ukraine; blue and yellow. The collection was launched during Copenhagen Fashion Week and can be purchased at Rue de Tokyo’s webshop. CLICK HERE

The models for the campaign were all Ukrainian refugees. Thanks to Xenia, aged 10, who fled from the bombs in the area around Mylolaiv. Thanks to Jeanne, 48, who came to Denmark from Kyiv. Thanks to Vladyslav, 17, who came to Denmark from Kyiv. Thanks to Gaia, 33, who came to Denmark from Lutsk.

free dictionary

The Danish-Ukrainian dictionary has been created for the use of Ukrainian refugees in Denmark, and for Danes who want to help them. The dictionary contains more than 3,000 frequently used words and a short phrasebook. The dictionary was developed by Associate Professor Peter Bakker from Aarhus University, with the help of Danish-Ukrainian Anna Kryvous, as well as a large number of volunteers.

A free digital copy of the dictionary is also available as a PDF: CLICK HERE.

Aarhus University’s research fund and private donors have provided financial support for the printing of the first 1,000 copies of the physical edition. Most have already been distributed. Peter Bakker is currently receiving lots of expressions of interest and orders.

Bevar Ukraine helps facilitate donations that go towards the printing and distribution of more examples of the dictionary as well as further distribution.

You can get a free book sent to you

Warm Ukraine

On 7th of December 2022, a charity initiative “Warm Ukraine” by “Bevar Ukraine” fund in Denmark. The project provides that anyone can support Ukraine by initiating or buying a meeting with representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora and other remarkable people from Denmark and abroad. 

At such meetings, the winners will build their network, receive new acquaintances, consultations or services in either online or offline format.

“The initiative is to warm people in Ukraine who are freezing due to problems with energy sources and damaged buildings by purchasing necessary things with the collected funds,” says Mariia Kolesnyk, the initiator of the action and head of the NGO “Academy of Modern Politics”.

Every several days, meetings with CEOs, politicians, scientists, engineers, specialists in marketing, IT, agriculture, creative and other people will be published in the specified group.

“I consider this initiative as very useful for Ukrainians because it helps to stimulate their networking in Danish society and strengthen their development as a part of the effective and useful community in Denmark”, says Andrii Kuzmin, the head of the Association of Ukrainians in Denmark.

The starting bid for each meeting is 250 DKK and the raising step is 20 DKK. 

The auction is opened by deep tech innovation leader Dr.Maksym Plahotnyuk, the CEO&Founder of the ATLANT 3D Nanosystems based in Copenhagen, Denmark. This company cooperates with NASA and helps with innovative 3D printers in testing and creating new materials and devices with atomic precision 0,1-300mm in size for over 10 industries.

Maksym has a PhD degree in Nanotechnology and extensive experience in entrepreneurship, startups, fundraising, innovation and building international teams, intellectual property and making scientific discoveries. He is a Fulbright Scholar, Forbes Technology Council Member and a proud Ukrainian.

The next charity meeting will be offered by Kristina Vydoinyk, an organizer of multiple charity projects and facilitator of business initiatives for Danish-Ukrainian collaboration, also a wife to the Ambassador of the Embassy of Ukraine in Denmark, Mykhailo Vydoinyk. 

Follow the link to know all terms about your participation.

Mariia Kolesnyk 


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