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Each menu offered by WCK costs approximately 4 euros, with 5,000 euros it will be possible to feed 1,250 people.
The more money we raise, the more people can be guaranteed basic food. If we raise 10,000, we will provide meals for 2,500 people.
Goteo Platform Commission to make the campaign possible
Crowdfunding logistics in a second round
Goteo Platform Commission to make the campaign possible
|Gesamt||€ 5.250||€ 10.500|
They have just crossed the border. Less than a month ago their life was totally different, but the war in their country, Ukraine, has forced millions of people to leave their homes behind.
They arrive with light luggage, frightened and enduring the cold temperatures of this time of year. Many of them have gone for days without food or are feeding on what little they can find along the way. And that's why the work of World Central Kitchen is so important.
We are raising funds so that the organisation can continue to provide hot meals and menus to Ukrainian children, women and men who are leaving the country because of the war. Can you help us to do this?
WCK began serving hot meals within hours of the initial invasion of Ukraine, and quickly set up at all eight border crossings with Poland. WCK's Chefs for Ukraine response has grown rapidly and is distributing nutritious food and freshly made meals throughout the region, including Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, Moldova and Romania.
Donate now and help feed these people!
All of Spain, right now, is watching the war going on in Ukraine with fear and insecurity, but also with a willing response to the emergency looking for ways to help as the conflict continues to grow. The population is mobilising and we need to keep it that way. They need you to help.
Some three million people, three million children, women and entire families fleeing with nothing but the bare necessities, in the cold, with no money and no family references in the border countries they cross. Moreover, this massive outflow is far from abating: it has been predicted that up to 4 million people could leave the country.
When you flee a war, what you need most and look for first is food, water and shelter. A warm meal that can help you through the most difficult days of your life.
Please donate and donate!
Through this campaign, you can help Ukrainian refugees to get first aid after arriving at the borders.
With your contribution to this campaign you will support the help offered by World Central Kitchen to alleviate the situation of those affected by the war in Ukraine, as well as people who have been forced to seek refuge in neighbouring countries, such as Poland or Romania.
What is WCK?
World Central Kitchen is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing meals around the world after natural disasters or humanitarian emergencies, founded in 2010 by chef José Andrés. It has supported a large number of countries, and its work has been recognised with numerous awards, including the 2021 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord.
WCK began serving hot meals within hours of the initial invasion of Ukraine, and quickly set up at all eight border crossings with Poland. WCK's Chefs for Ukraine response has grown rapidly and is distributing nutritious food and freshly cooked meals throughout the region, including Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, Moldova and Romania. In addition to WCK's emergency kitchen, they are working with local restaurants, caterers and food trucks to provide comfort food at border crossings, shelters and other locations along the journey.
What do they need funding for?
We need €5,000 for the NGO World Central Kitchen to deliver food to 1,250 children and women refugees from the war in Ukraine.
With 4 euros you can offer a solidarity menu and a drink to one person. If we raise 5,000 euros, 1,250 people will be able to eat hot meals. Why a financial contribution and not a donation in kind? Because the organisation will cut shipping costs and will be able to buy the food from local producers.
Moreover, WE ARE NOT ALONE, in this project we have the collaboration of different public (like the Foundation of the Complutense University of Madrid) and private entities that like you will contribute their grain of sand to give food to the hundreds of thousands of people who are fleeing from war.
Warum das wichtig ist
(Photos by EFE González)
This crowdfunding campaign is aimed at all people who are sensitive to those who need it most.
To people who feel fortunate with what they have and believe that it is not fair that others are having a bad time because they were born in a certain place.
People who believe that war is unjust and that civilians should not have to pay for the decisions of their leaders. People who can't stand injustice.
To people like you.
Cooking is a form of support. It's saying: you're not going to let my people go hungry.
José Andrés, founder of WCK.
We are a group of women professionals from the Third Sector and private enterprise with complementary careers and experience in social projects who have come together to create this campaign. We are fellow students of the Master's Degree in Private Fundraising for NPOs at the Complutense University of Madrid (https://www.masterenfundraising.com/programafundraising/ ). We are also supported in this initiative by the Foundation of the Complutense University of Madrid.
The team also includes people who work and volunteer for the NGO World Central Kitchen, who provide us with graphic material and information about their work in the field.
We introduce ourselves:
Thais works at Acción por la Música and loves sweets. She has a degree in Psychology from the University of Salamanca and a Master's degree in International Cooperation. She has experience in social projects (diagnosis, writing, evaluation and justification) and in measuring social impact.
Cristina has been an expert in marketing and communication for more than 15 years. After years in large multinationals and private companies, 4 years ago she decided to turn her professional career around and put it at the service of non-profit organisations. She neither confirms nor denies that her son, whose birth coincides with this change, is the one who opened her eyes to the need to contribute in whatever way she can to make this world a better place.
Verónica is a digital marketer with a Postgraduate Degree in Digital Marketing & Community Management from IeBS and Google Analytics Individual Qualification from UNED. She has worked as sales and marketing manager in different scientific publishing houses. Co-founder of the Association of Women for Professional Sport in the development of equal rights and opportunities for women in sport. She has collaborated in different fundraising projects for NPOs and has been a scientific digital marketing consultant for 10 years.
Anna is a T.E. in Public Relations, working since 2002 at the Complutense Foundation. 8 years of experience as Training Course Coordinator, 3 years as financial manager of Development Cooperation and Volunteering UCM. She is currently working in the Accounting and Economic Management Department. Sea water is her element.
Laura has 20 years of experience as a journalist in radio, press, TV, news agencies and communication offices, specialising in corporate communication. Travelling is her passion.
Sonia is CoFounder of the record label Zona Bruta and has promoted several cultural innovation projects. Her social concerns have also led her to participate in several NPOs (development of social entrepreneurship projects, communication, marketing).
Ana is a journalist with more than 8 years of experience in institutional and political communication. She is specialised in the defence of human rights. Currently Director of Social Advocacy in an NGO.
Marita has a degree in Commercial Engineering, specialising in Strategic Planning and Creativity, Marketing, Communication and Dissemination. She has more than 10 years of work experience leading the design, execution and management of communication projects.
Lorena is a graphic designer. She has carried out branding projects, institutional communication, logo development, editorial design and HTML 5 website. Visual communication for different educational platforms. Also graphic pieces for digital format. Advice on digital pedagogical dynamisation. Ciudad Nueva Publishing House. National University of the Northeast. Climate Change Project UNDP Argentina. Ikumen Advice and visual communication.
Marta, graduated in Audiovisual Communication, has worked in various branches of communication (advertising, business, culture, education); she is currently learning to use her experience in the Third Sector.
Natalia is from Ukraine, she works at UNAD - The Network for Addiction Care. Diploma in Business Administration from URJC, Master in Administration and Management of Foundations, Associations and other ENL from UAM. She works as a social projects technician, expert in management and justification.