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N26 partnered with Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin e.V.

N26 partnered with Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin e.V. to allow its customers to donate directly from the N26 app and support those affected by the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin (UHB) is a Berlin-based charitable organization made up of Ukrainian volunteers and friends of Ukraine.

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Since 2014, they’ve been working with vetted local partners to make sure that aid goes where it’s needed the most. Now, they’re helping to provide humanitarian and medical aid to those affected by the war. 

Through their work, they’ve provided aid to countless medical organizations, hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, retirement homes, and youth shelters in the Ukraine. They’ve also supported children and young people in need, senior citizens, and families affected by the war. 

Their partners include charitable organizations like Heart for Ukraine, the International Association in Support of Ukraine, and the non-for-profit initiative Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine. You can find a complete list of partners here

You can donate to Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin right from the N26 app, with a minimum amount of just €1. Simply open the app and follow these steps:

  1. From the Home tab, tap Send Money
  2. Select Donate from the menu
  3. Choose Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin
  4. Enter the amount that you’d like to donate
  5. Type your Confirmation PIN
  6. You’re all set

Your contribution will go directly to Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin e.V. to support those touched by the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

Jan Cerny
Jan is an innovation enthusiast and Fintech news reporter. He specializes in news distribution, social media, and content analysis.

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