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UPDATE! Action-Mobilization II, or autists help people from Ukraine!

Sometimes reality exceeds our expectations. This is the case this time as well. Both the scale of the help given and the help needed is still enormous. Therefore, we have decided to continue our action-mobilization, but in a slightly different form. We believe that the most effective is sustained and targeted assistance - one that responds to real needs. Hence the updated and detailed list of donations.


Invaluable assistance

First of all, we would like to say one thing: THANK YOU! The response and the immensity of the help, as well as the amount of gifts brought exceeded our wildest expectations. Cleaning supplies, food or necessities were almost immediately given to people who came to our headquarters in Lodz looking for help and support. It was thanks to you that we were able to bring these emergency, first aid items, such as several packages of diapers for children.

The first part of the donations has already been delivered. On Friday, we reached Ukrainian families staying at the University of Lodz Student Houses. We managed to gather so much that in total we transported 3 cars full of packages. However, it didn't end there, as the needs didn't end either. Therefore, our campaign continues!

Donation list:

  • Drinks: water (large and small bottles), juices
  • Dairy: cheese, milk, yogurt
  • Instant food: soups, meals, porridge, pudding, kisel, oatmeal, etc.
  • Fish and meat: in any form (cold cuts, sausages, pastes, pates, paprikash, etc.).
  • Long-term products: pate, canned goods, paprikash, etc.
  • Prepared meals: in jars/cans (stuffed cabbage, meatballs, soups, etc.)
  • First necessities: tea, sugar, butter, ketchup, mustard, salt
  • For children: jars, cereals, breakfast cereals, corn crisps, biscuits
  • Sweets: (candy bars, candies, chocolate, dried fruit, nuts, fruit mousses)
  • Dry products: pasta, rice, groats, flour, baby cereals (including semolina)
  • Cleaning products: cotton pads, masks



Food with a long shelf life is most needed! Donations can be left Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the reception desk at the JiM Foundation headquarters at 105 Tatrzanska Street in Lodz.

You can read about how else we help people on the spectrum coming from Ukraine HERE


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