Ukraine Emergency – facts & figures

Culture of Solidarity Fund partners for Ukraine special edition 2022 (until mid April)

    • Allianz Kulturstiftung
    • Bucerius Kunstforum
    • European Cultural Foundation
    • Fondazione Compagnia San Paolo
    • Fondazione CRT
    • German Federal Agency for Civic Education
    • GLS Treuhand Stiftung
    • Haus des Stiftens
    • Moleskine Foundation
    • Sigrid Rausing Trust
    • Zeit Stiftung
    • (Philea Foundations Arts & Culture Network promotes the Culture of Solidarity Fund as arts and culture response tool of its members to the war on Ukraine)
    • (Culture of Solidarity Fund is a reference model for ongoing advocacy efforts to include Ukraine in the EU Cultural Deal)
    • Total resources pooled until mid April: EUR 1,000.000.- (excl. HR, running costs and admin fully covered by European Cultural Foundation)   

Requests for support answered (until endApril): 55 

    • Initiatives and projects of organisations/individuals in Ukraine: 18
    • Initiatives and projects in the following EU countries: Germany 7, Spain 1, Italy 3, Poland 10
    • Small-scale support – up to EUR 5000.-: 13
    • Medium-scale support – up to EUR 25.000.-: 38
    • Large-scale support  up to EUR 50.000.-: 4
    • 10 initiatives supported under thematic area 1: counteracting disinformation, misinformation, propaganda filter bubbles, fake news, ongoing war ‘infodemic’ by supporting independent, alternative, and trusted European (digital) media;
    • 17 initiatives supported under thematic area 2: providing and nourishing safe cultural spaces for individuals fleeing their homes and looking for shelter in exile or in Ukraine;
    • 21 initiatives supported under thematic area 3: counteracting forces of fragmentation through artistic and cultural expressions that provide hope to withstand the harsh realities of war and to act for a peaceful future of Ukraine and Europe


  • Requests for support received: in total over 220; Ukraine: 95, Germany: 24, Spain 1, Italy 27, Poland 25.  


With the 55 selected initiatives and an additional waiting list identified, the fund has now allocated the up to now pooled 1.000.000 EUR nearly in full.