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Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe: how can Ukrainians receive payments from the German fund in Poland?

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Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe: how can Ukrainians receive payments from the German fund in Poland?

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Attention! Updated information on the payment from Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe is available here.

Refugees from Ukraine currently in Poland have the opportunity to receive payments from the German fund Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe, which recently resumed providing financial assistance to Ukrainians.


The program provides for the payment of 700 zlotys per applicant and 600 zlotys for each member of his family. Payments are made within three months. That is, in three months, one person can receive payments of approximately 17 thousand hryvnias.


How and where to receive payments from Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe?


Currently, you can submit an application and receive financial support in six cities in Poland by contacting the following contacts:


• Wroclaw: +48 665 251 473

• Gdansk: +48 794 324 029

• Bielsko-Biała: +48 731 776 735

• Ostrava: +48 662 103 272

• Bytom: +48 884 720 619

• Zgyezh: +48 691 356 977


If your application is approved, you will receive an SMS message. It will contain the date and address where you will need to go with all family members and the following documents:


1) passport or other document confirming the identity of the applicant and each family member;

2) a document confirming the date of entry into Poland;

3) if someone from the family has a disability or a serious illness, it will be necessary to provide medical documentation.


Payments can be received by persons of the following categories:


• a mother or father raising a child independently;

• persons older than 65 who do not have other adult relatives in Poland;

• pregnant women;

• father or mother of two or more children;

• people who have relatives with disabilities or who are seriously ill.


Attention! Ukrainians who arrived in Poland after February 24, 2022, and have not yet received aid from other charitable organizations can apply for aid. If you have already received help from the UN, the International Rescue Committee and other organizations, your application for financial support from the Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe fund will not be approved.


Also, the applicant and none of his family members must not work in Poland and receive other types of income, including from entrepreneurial activities.


In addition, the Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe fund plans to provide one-time winter preparation assistance to existing participants of this cash assistance.

We will remind you! The Dutch government has changed the amount of payments for refugees from Ukraine who are not working. In general, there are two stages of adjustment of the amount of assistance. The first stage begins in early December, the second in early February. Read more about how much money will be paid at the link.


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