Join us in shining a Light for Ukraine!


On the 24th of February 2022, Russia launched a military offensive into Ukraine, causing civilian casualties and destroying the country’s infrastructure. More than a quarter of the population has been forced to flee their homes. In the first few weeks, more than 4.3 million refugees fled Ukraine, and a second as many were internally displaced. It is the fastest growing refugee crisis since World War II.

We cannot be indifferent to the suffering of our neighbours – we immediately set out to help!

In the first days of the war we delivered


loaves of bread for the inhabitants of Kyiv
We sent over

20 tons

of food to the areas affected by the conflict
We take care of


children evacuated from the orphanage in Zhytomyr


Exactly two weeks ago, on Thursday the 23rd of February, everything in the world changed. From the very first moments of the armed conflict, we have stood in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. We are all supporting our neighbours, providing shelter, helping mothers and children reach safety, keeping them warm, feeding them and supplementing the lack of basic products in the cities that are caught up in combat.

We want to show our solidarity with the struggling Ukraine by shining a “Light for Ukraine” every Thursday. Please get hold of specially prepared candles, which are not only a visible sign of our unity with Ukraine, but a very tangible means of supporting the activities undertaken by the Good Factory. The income from each candle will help us:

  • Provide humanitarian aid to those waiting to cross on the Ukrainian side of the border.
  • Dispatch more food, warm clothes and anything else the mayors of the war-torn cities ask for.
  • Meet the needs of mothers and children who are already safely in Poland, but need assistance in caring for their children, finding work, and finding their feet in a completely new, unfamiliar reality.

Join us in shining a Light for Ukraine! Slava Ukraini! 

Urgent help needed

Warm Package for Ukraine

We are providing humanitarian aid on site because the lethal danger is not only the falling rockets, but also the cold. Sleeping bags, warm blankets, paraffin lamps, rocket stoves, heaters, thermal clothing and high-energy meals: these are all things we are taking to Ukraine.

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We already have :
50,215 EUR
We need:
44,444 EUR
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