New grant for Ukrainian children in the Czech Republic: how to apply
The Czech Council for Children and Youth is launching a new grant for Ukrainian families as part of the project "Giving mugs to children". Find out more about how to apply and who can get help
A new grant aimed at helping Ukrainian refugees, in particular children, is expected to be launched in the Czech Republic soon. Read more about the grant and who can receive it in the article below.
New grant for Ukrainian children in the Czech Republic: what is known
As part of the Giving Circles to Children project, the Czech Council for Children and Youth is launching a new grant to help Ukrainian children who had to move to the Czech Republic because of the war in their homeland.
The grant is aimed at supporting the organisation of holidays, active leisure and outdoor schools. The amount of assistance is expected to be CZK 1,000. This assistance is intended to cover the costs of summer, day and sports camps for children, outdoor schools and various excursions.
Who can receive a grant?
Families of Ukrainian refugees with children aged 3 to 18 years who are currently residing in the Czech Republic on the basis of a residence permit or a residence permit for children.
Please note that you can apply for the grant until 15 May 2023.
How do I apply for the grant?
- Register as an applicant on the Active City platform;
- Choose courses that are available in your region;
- Check the availability of places on the selected course and discuss the child's admission;
- Submit a request on the platform;
- Attach the necessary documents and select the organisation to which you want to transfer the funds.
We remind you! Refugees from Ukraine staying in the Czech Republic on the basis of temporary protection are entitled to free health insurance. Read more about how to get an insurance card and extend its validity in our article.
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Visit Ukraine Tickets - book tickets for buses, trains, and airplanes to/from Ukraine and between cities around the world;
Private Lawyer service - professional legal support on visa and migration issues;
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