Philanthropy for Ukraine | Exclusive Transatlantic Conversation with 2022 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Oleksandra Matviichuk
In partnership with the Council on Foundations, Community Foundations of Canada, Philanthropic Foundations Canada, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, and the European Community Foundation Initiative, Philea will host the next Philanthropy for Ukraine session online on 24 February an “Exclusive Transatlantic Conversation with 2022 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Oleksandra Matviichuk.”
As the Russian regime’s devastating war and destruction in Ukraine continues, private funders stand in solidarity and substantially contribute to supporting the people of Ukraine, seeking to help address humanitarian and other critical needs. Our goal is to provide private funders with the latest insights, commentary, and analysis on Ukraine’s emergency and evolving needs, as well as initial work and plans for recovery and reconstruction through the spirit of the Marshall Plan, an essential foundation of global security, stability, and prosperity.
This session will mark the first full year of the war in Ukraine by spotlighting how mobilised private funders and transatlantic support have responded. As Ukrainians and their global partners address current, near-term, and longer-term needs and plan for recovery, modernisation and a new economic and political path forward, guest speakers will take stock of the world’s strategic investment in Ukraine and outline the vision for continued philanthropic leadership.
This event is open to all Philea members, associates, philanthropy infrastructure members and members of philanthropy infrastructure members.