Established by Kozminski University in Warsaw, Poland. Quinnipiac has an active student exchange program with Kozminski University through the School of Business. The Foundation has launched an “In solidarity with Ukraine” fundraising campaign, which is co-organized by Kozminski University students and funds raised are used to support Ukrainian students, alumni, employees and families affected by the war.
Polish Humanitarian Action
A Polish non-governmental organization operating since 1992, PHA provides humanitarian aid and is focused on protecting the civilian population, with particular attention to the most vulnerable groups: women, children, the elderly, people with disabilities and the internally displaced persons.
The largest charitable organization in Poland, consisting of 44 diocesan Caritas organizations. Recently, Caritas Poland has been particularly focused on supporting people in need throughout the Middle East – in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq, as well as in Ukraine, Nepal and South Sudan, and in many countries in Africa and South Asia.
Bridge for Transcarpathia
This is the Hungarian government’s relief program. Information was provided by the Hungarian Embassy in Washington, D.C. Chris Ball, director of Quinnipiac’s Central European Institute, serves as the Honorary Consul for Hungary to Connecticut and can assist people who have questions about this organization.
Romanian Peace Fund
A collaboration of the embassy of Romania to the U.S. and the Romanian United Fund, the program raises money to help Ukrainian refugees seeking shelter in Romania. The Honorary Consulate in Connecticut also is supporting the fund. 100% of donated funds go directly to relief efforts.