Micro-Humanitarian Instant Impact
There is a huge number of humanitarian micro-projects in Ukraine, often created by individuals, sometimes victims themselves, in response to an emergency or a specific need. These projects are often not structured as an organisation and have little access to funds outside of the first circles of acquaintances. If today social networks can help these initiatives to acquire a certain visibility, it remains very difficult for them to get known and to receive aid, notably due to the desire of donors to ensure that their funds are used on the ground. The Small Projects Team's mission is to help beneficiaries set up their projects, raise funds, provide logistical support and report on the use of funds on the ground.
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...And 100% volunteer
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TSPF relies solely on volunteers and donates 100% of your donations.
Born in the field, from the meeting of international volunteers in Ukraine, Poland and France, The Small Projects Team's mission is to have a direct and rapid humanitarian impact by creating and animating field projects and by providing donors with detailed monitoring and reporting on the impact of their donations. We work on projects up to a budget of the equivalent of €25,000. These projects can cover a wide range of sectors (children, evacuations, medical, etc.) and can also involve entrepreneurial projects as part of the reconstruction of affected areas. In all our actions, we subscribe to the fundamental values of humanitarianism, and are non-religious, independent and non-political.
We aim to bring speed and transparency to humanitarian financial flows. Our project selection process is strict and we ensure the legitimacy of the projects to avoid any form of scam. Once the funds are received, they are sent to the field as quickly as possible. We then obtain the expenditure tables with supporting documents, which we integrate into illustrated reports communicated to our donors.
We guarantee project leaders a precise study of their needs, and sympathetic support in their application process. Once the application is complete, we guarantee a decision within 3 days. In the same spirit, we guarantee our donors that their funds will be sent to the field as quickly as possible in order to maximise their impact, if necessary with the help of partners that we have carefully selected. Our organisation is 100% voluntary and all funds raised are returned to the beneficiaries.
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Charles is French, he is an entrepreneur in the tech sector and has lived in Montreal for 5 years. He was involved in supporting refugees from the start of the war in Ukraine, first in Przemysl, at the Tesco refugee center, then in Lviv. He is the founder of The Small Projects Fund.
Magda is one of the founding members of Polish Women Without Borders. Actively involved in the association's humanitarian mission, she is a lawyer by training. Mother of three boys and passionate about hiking, she is active, tenacious, committed, optimistic with a real faith in human beings.
Clément is 27 years old, comes from France and currently lives in Germany. He has worked for EY and Crédit Agricole Group in Luxembourg and France. He founded in March 2022 - Friends of Medyka - an organization that coordinated convoys to transport Ukrainian refugees from Przemysl in Poland to Germany, France and Italy.
Thierry is the keystone of French humanitarian logistics between Ukraine and Przemysl. He moved there at the beginning of the conflict, leaving his life as a photographer to participate in the humanitarian chain that was being created. Since then he has been helping humanitarian organisations to store and deliver their goods. Without his energy, patience and devotion nothing would be the same!
Richard is a businessman and entrepreneur with extensive experience in emerging markets. He helped set up an investment bank in Estonia in the aftermath of the Soviet Union and has established businesses in China and Brazil. Since the start of the war, he has completed two humanitarian missions to Ukraine. He is helping TSPF to raise funds.
Lina is 36 years old, has lived in Warsaw for 3 years and is the mother of a little one and a half year old. Passionate about sport, she loves challenges and teamwork. She fully shares the values of humanitarianism and ecology. Touched by the war in Ukraine and its consequences on the Ukrainian people, she invests and enriches herself humanely in actions that make sense.
After 4 years in the United States, Lucie moved to Poland where she has been living for 4 years. Passionate about linguistics, she works as a translator and copywriter. She has been involved in projects related to Ukraine since February 2022. At TSPF Lucie is in charge of analyzing and monitoring projects as well as reporting.
Tomek has a Master's degree in Economics and has been working as a volunteer for several humanitarian projects since 1990. Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he has been helping refugees and victims in both Poland and Ukraine and organising humanitarian transport for injured people to receive treatment in the EU.
The Small Projects Fund is a non-profit humanitarian association registered in France.
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