In March 2022, as part of the joint project of Shakhtar Social, EFDN, and Legia Foundation (Warsaw), they launched a campaign in support of Ukraine and its people. Within a month, European clubs have collected essential goods for internally displaced persons (IDPs) from different regions of Ukraine.

So far, they have collected more than nine tons of humanitarian goods from seven countries. The aid includes mattresses, pillows, blankets, sleeping bags, clothes, food, medicines, water, and baby food.

We would like to express our gratitude for assistance to our country at the tough time to:

EFDN Foundation

Fundação Benfica

Fundacja Legii

AFC Wimbledon

Aston Villa FC

FC Schalke 04

Heart of Midlothian FC

Leicester City

Blackburn Rovers

Montrose Football Club

Chesterfield FC

Foundation 92

KAA Gent

Colchester United FC

About Campaign

Shift 360 battles fear with love and care by helping Shakhtar Social Foundation welcoming Ukrainians, internally displaced people (IDPs), mothers, children, and young girls are fleeing, scared and afraid (because of war) in shelters, providing warmth, food, and medicines in Shelter Centre.

We are not afraid to meet them, help them and share our humanity. We are not scared to give!

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About Shift 360 Foundation

Our 360-degree approach seeks to engage the private sector, governments, academic and religious leaders in order to bring innovative and creative solutions to poverty.

At Shift 360 Foundation, we facilitate market-based solutions that address critical social inequalities in the Greater Mekong Subregion by:

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT: Catalyzing fair and sustainable employment.

ECONOMIC GROWTH: Improving access to services essential to economic growth.

INFLUENCING DECISION MAKERS: Influencing decision makers to adopt a common good approach.

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Shakthar Social Foundation





The world was shocked by the war that Russia started in Ukraine.

Millions of people have fled their home to find a safe haven somewhere in Ukraine or within other countries in Europe.

Within a few days after the start of the war, FC Shakhtar Donetsk was starting a new refugee enter in the stadium of Lviv in western Ukraine and reached out for help to the European Football for Development Network in raising materials, goods and supplies to help the refugees in the refugee center.

I’m really happy that a lot of clubs within the European Football for Development Network and outside of the network have started to collect goods and brought the materials to either our office in Breda or to the stadium of Legia Warsaw in Poland.

We’re really happy that people have started to collect goods all over Europe and helped us to get our football for peace initiative on the way.

With the first truck now delivered in Lviv and still a lot of materials to come.

I would like to thank FC Shakhtar Donetsk, FC Legia Warsaw and all members from the European Football for Development Network to support this initiative and we will continue to do so.