EMERGENCY FUNDING

Emergency situations often require rapid response in order to address humanitarian needs. The Karl Kahane Foundation reserves a portion of its annual funding for organisations working on the ground during humanitarian disasters with the purpose of providing fast and supportive funding when and where it is most needed. The geographic focus areas of emergency funding corresponds with those of the foundation’s regular funding. We are not open to unsolicited applications for emergency support.
ORGANIZATIONHUMANITARIAN DISASTERCOUNTRYYEARDESCRIPTION
Choose LoveIzmir and Samos EarthquakeGreece2020Emergency funding to support the organisation in it's work in the aftermath of the Izmir and Samos Earthquake
Choose LoveMoria FiresGreece2020Emergency funding to support the organisation in it's work in the aftermath of the Moria Fires
European Program for Integration and MigrationMoria FiresGreece2020Emergency funding to support the organisation in it's work in the aftermath of the Moria Fires
Choose LoveBeirut ExplosionLebanon2020Emergency support for refugee and migrant populations in Beirut in light of worsening conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Beirut explosion
Doctors Without Borders AustriaBeirut ExplosionLebanon2020Emergency relief for the Bar Elias hospital in Beirut in light of worsening conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Beirut explosion
Support Foundation for Civil SocietyIzmir and Samos EarthquakeTurkey2020Emergency funding to support the organisation in it's work in the aftermath of the Izmir and Samos Earthquake
30 Birds FoundationAfghan scholar evacuationAfghanistan2021Support for evacuation of Afghan scholars from Afghanistan and resettelment in their new home countries
Choose LoveBelarus/Poland Border ReliefBelarus/Poland2021Support for ngo's supporting relief efforts for migrants on the border region of Belarus and Poland
Choose LoveFood shortage in Refugee/Asylum seeker community in GreeceGreece2021Emergengy support to address food shortages caused by changing national policies for refugees and asylum seekers in Greece.
Doctors Without Borders AustriaAkkar Explosion LebanonLebanon2021Emergency relief after an explosion in August 2021 in Akkar, Lebanon.
Karin DomCovid 19 Safety measures supportBulgaria2022Support for extra Covid-19 safety measures for the staff and clients of Karin dom
Bike MaffiaUkrainian ConflictHungary2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine
Next Step FoundationUkrainian ConflictHungary2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine
Road to Recovery
Transport for Palestians in need of medical treatment Israel2022Support for Road to Recovery in their 'Driving Palestians to health and hope' work
Polish Migrant NGOs consortiumUkrainian ConflictPoland2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine
Caritas ViennaUkrainian ConflictUkraine2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine - Part I
Caritas ViennaUkrainian ConflictUkraine 2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine - Part II
The Institute for Early Childhood for children with disabilitiesUkrainian ConflictUkraine2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine
Doctors Without Borders AustriaUkrainian ConflictUkraine and neighboring countries2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine - Part I
Doctors Without Borders AustriaUkrainian ConflictUkraine and neighboring countries2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine - Part II
UNICEF SwitzerlandUkrainian ConflictUkraine and neighboring countries2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine
Choose LoveUkrainian ConflictUkraine and neighboring countries2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine
InterSOS Humanitarian OrganisationUkrainian ConflictUkraine, Moldovia and Poland2022INTERSOS is in Ukraine, Poland and Moldova to guarantee primary healthcare, protection and psychological support to refugees from Ukraine, with attention to the most vulnerable people, such as women and children. More than 6.4 mln people are fleeing the country, heading for the neighbouring territories, there are 8 mln internally displaced persons and 15.7 mln people in need of humanitarian aid.    
Network of European Foundations Ukrainian ConflictUkraine and neighboring countries2022The European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) is the largest and longest standing philanthropic collaborative on migration and inclusion issues in Europe, dating back to 2005. Through its pooled resources, funding and network of more than 15 partner foundations, EPIM supports civil society organisations all across Europe in strengthening their responses towards shaping more humane and effective migration policies.
OZ BarlickaUkraine Aid for People with DisabilitiesUkraine2022Emergency humanitarian support for those affected during the conflict in Ukraine

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