CLUJ-NAPOCASupport for Ukraine Program



The program providing aid to people coming from the area of armed conflict in Ukraine started in March 2022, in response to the real needs identified among people who arrived in Romania, children and adults alike. 

The Inocenți teams in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Bistrița-Năsăud have been involved in activities not only in refugee accommodation centers, but have also offered specific support to families sheltered in other locations.

Psycho-social support

Community integration

Dedicated specialists
  • Stronger together!

The Inocenti teams provide humanitarian support to people (children and adults alike) coming from the armed conflict zone in Ukraine for them to cope with the challenging situations they are facing, focusing on: 

  • decreasing anxiety levels in children, adolescents and parents;
  • reducing trauma as a result of the war experience;
  • facilitating a faster and more effective integration into communities.
  • Inocenti specialists provide social services in the area of non-formal education, play, recreational and art therapy activities for children.
  • Inocenti Foundation’s psychologists organize individual psychological counseling and psychotherapy sessions for adolescents and adults.    
  • We organize support groups for mothers from the Ukrainian community in collaboration with a Ukrainian psychologist. 
  • The Inocenti Foundation supports Ukrainian families with hygiene products, clothes, medicines, food and other products on a case-by-case basis, within the limits of the budget and donations received. 
  • Inocenti teams celebrate the birthdays of the beneficiaries (children and adults) in the locations where we are active. 
  • The Inocenti Foundation facilitates the access of our collaborators: psychologists, social workers, individual volunteers – representatives of civil society, to the Psychological First Aid in War Trauma training given by our collaborators from Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the USA.

The Support for Ukraine program is being carried out at:

In 2022 the Innocents team, together woth 10 volunteers provided ongoing support to a number of 60 children and 100 adults.

WHO WE AREMeet our specialists

Nataliia Sakovych

Collaborating Psychologist from Ukraine

Daria Stângaciu


Simona Samoilă

Program coordinator



Inocenti Foundation – Bucharest Branch runs the Support for Ukraine program in Cluj-Napoca in collaboration with institutions and NGOs such as:

  • Ukrainian Brothers Fun Club, coordinated by Eszter Orban
  • Baby & Moms Club
  • Reformed Church Between the Lakes, Cluj-Napoca
  • Pulzus- Youth organization
  • Social Fiber Association

MEDIAMoments from the program


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