Euromaidan Press is a non-profit organization: we work because we believe that an independent democratic Ukraine means a democratic and free Europe. As Harvard historian Serhiy Plokhiy once noted, Ukraine is the gates of Europe. As long as the gates are well-secured, the whole of Europe is safe. Together, we can achieve that aim by building mutual understanding, connecting Ukraine with the world, and helping Europeans understand each other better.
Unlike many outlets in Ukraine, we are independent of oligarchic money and any influence over our editorial policy. We bring you relevant and accurate information in English both about Ukraine’s struggle for peaceful international order against Putin’s Russia and the ups and downs of its democratic journey as well as about Ukrainian culture, artists, traveling, and many other underreported yet highly significant stories quintessential to understanding this nation in limbo.
Our team is small and cost-efficient, with virtually no administration costs. Despite that, we are among the most popular English-language outlets about Ukraine, reaching tens of thousands of readers outside Ukraine each month, including influential media outlets and key decision-makers. A large part of our income comes from donations of readers like you.
On 14 May 2021, we launched a Patreon page, and the International Renaissance Foundation has agreed to double all the donations from our patrons collected by 14 June — an excellent chance to multiply your impact! We’ll use this money to attract new authors, improve the SEO of our website so that our articles show up higher in internet searches, and upgrade its design. By the way, the web redesigning will be done by the company Veteranius, where veterans of the Russo-Ukrainian war acquire new skills for a career in IT. So your contributions will also help Ukrainian veterans psychologically rehabilitate and return to ordinary lives.
You can help bring peace back to Ukraine, and discover for yourself the European biggest, diverse but largely unknown country, often stereotyped under the vague term “post-Soviet.” With your contribution, we will provide the wider context of Ukraine and tell why it matters for Europeans.
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3. Volunteer! Euromaidan Press keeps working smoothly thanks to a dedicated team of permanent staff. But volunteer translators, editors, writers, designers, social media managers are a significant part of our success. If you want to become part of the Euromaidan Press story and help document – and shape – the story of modern Ukraine, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line here.