Marina and Alexander are 3D artists. They moved to Poland in 2023 because they were facing criminal prosecution under the people's 342 article. Now they are looking for a job in their specialty, have encountered difficulties and need financial support.
Belarusian volunteers from the Tango Romeo unit need to purchase 2 vehicles and a set of drones to restore combat capability. The fighters are on the front lines and have recently suffered equipment losses.
Gleb was detained for wrong subscriptions and comments and spent more than 5 months in the pre-trial detention center. Later he was sentenced to a year and a half in a penal colony, but the BYSOL team managed to get him out of the country.
Together with her daughter, Eva is now in a new phase of life caused by the crisis of emigration. The woman needs your help to rent a place to live and also dreams of realizing her own musical project that will support all Belarusians.
Piotr is a long-time participant of the opposition movement. A Minsk resident. In 2020 he was cautious and tried not to get into the camera lenses, so he did not count on attention from the law enforcers. However, one day the danger arose, and he had to leave almost empty-handed.
Katsiaryna was an independent election observer in 2020, and after the murder of Raman Bandarenka she went out with a solitary picket against violence. Recently, the law enforcers became interested in the woman again, so she urgently left Belarus.
Belarusian volunteers from the Volat battalion, who are engaged in the evacuation of wounded soldiers from the battlefield, need to purchase a set of special winter tires with tread for confident movement over rough terrain in the combat zone.
Daria was injured in a flash-bang grenade explosion in Novopolotsk in August 2020. Since then she has been suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and depressive-anxiety disorder. The collection is open to pay for a course of DPDH psychotherapy.
We haven't seen daddy for several months — the father of an activist from Lida has been in pre-trial detention center for several months awaiting trial. The man was charged with 2 criminal cases after the 2020 protests. The family needs help.
The fund is opened to pay for the return (repatriation) of the body of Vadim Kovalev, a citizen of the Republic of Belarus, from Latvia to Belarus
Eugenia's husband has recently returned from the colony, where he served his full sentence on a political article. Yevgeniya herself is now on “home chemistry”. The spouses are raising four children and need support to adapt and return to normal life.
Ivan was detained while studying in April 2023. He spent more than 4 months behind bars before the trial and then received a large fine and 3 years of “home chemistry”. The BYSOL team was able to get Ivan to Poland, but he is now in need of help.
Alexander (name changed) was recently released from the colony after serving almost 2 years in a politically motivated case. Now the man has enrolled in courses to learn a new profession in IT and needs help to pay for them.
Tatiana moved to Poland together with her son a few weeks ago. At home she has several administrative fines under articles 23.34 and 19.11, because of which she is not employed. Now she needs money to rent accommodation for the first time and to get her child ready for school.
Human rights defenders Alina and Igor stayed in Belarus to the last and worked underground, hiding and moving from place to place. Recently the family evacuated. They need help to solve their health problems, to buy children's things and to rent accommodation for the first time.
Veronika, a mother of three children. Her husband was arrested and convicted for expressing an opinion about the president of Belarus. The family was deprived of all means and property. The older children and the youngest child with autism need support.
After 6 months in pre-trial detention, two criminal articles (resulting in two years of home chemistry) and the loss of her favorite job due to political persecution, Catherine faced insurmountable financial difficulties.
Andrei (name changed) was detained when he was putting up posters about injustice and violence and was sentenced to 3 years for insulting the president.
Anton was detained in 2021 in the Zeltser case and sentenced to 2 years of general regime. He served the whole term and then went to Poland. Now he is taking a Data Science course and needs money to buy a laptop and make a living.
A few days ago Eugene had an accident as a result of which he suffered a compound fracture of his leg. He underwent an emergency surgery in a hospital in Istanbul. But the man has no insurance, so he has to pay himself and in full.
Alexander has been involved in activism since 2014, when as a 20-year-old student he decided to run for local Councils of Deputies. In 2021, he was detained in a roundel case and sentenced to one year in prison.
Andrei was awarded two and a half years of suspended sentence (home chemistry) for participating in the 2020 rallies. Due to an unspoken order of the district executive committee, it is impossible for him to get a job.
In Poland, Alexei worked in a meat factory before applying for international protection. He needed this job to pay off his debts, to buy necessary things and to save for the rent of a room. Unfortunately, in the last month he was cheated by the management of the intermediary company through which he got a job.