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The “Housing for IDPs” in the village of Mykhailivka-Rubezhivka

The "Housing for IDPs" charitable fund announced a fundraiser for the reconstruction of a dormitory in the village of Mykhailivka-Rubezhivka for 19 for families. It will accommodate families who lost their homes as a result of hostilities.

The charity fund “HOUSING for IDP” has completed repair and decoration works in a dormitory in the village of Mykhailivka-Rubezhivka. We will inform you about the date of the official opening later.

The building before reconstruction

We are still looking for funding to fully furnish the rooms. You can follow the progress of the reconstruction on our Facebook page.

The “Housing for IDP” charitable foundation is renovating an abandoned building into a comfortable, modern Socialization Center for IDPs with smart apartments and rooms for adult and children’s leisure:

The dormitory was allocated for reconstruction by the Irpin City Council. At the end of June, we, the Charitable Foundation “Housing for IDPs”, signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Irpin community regarding the reconstruction of the dormitory. The dormitory was allocated for reconstruction by the Irpin City Council. The building was in a state of disrepair.

“Center for socialization of displaced persons” is an energy-efficient inclusive project for internally displaced persons and those who have lost their homes. The renovated building will have full-fledged smart apartments, and we will additionally create common areas and storage facilities. Nineteen families who lost their homes due to Russian aggression will receive comfortable living and socializing conditions after the reconstruction of the building.

Dormitory room visualization
Dormitory room visualization
Visualization of a playroom for children

The dormitory will have a separate playroom for children and a room for leisure for adults. We understand how important it is for children to have their own play space. The project also provides for: parking for cars, bicycle parking area, sports ground, children’s playground, adult recreation area.


All work is performed by local contractors.

On bigggidea, we collected UAH 51,465 for preparatory work.

The main funds (2,500,000 zlotys) were provided by Dom Development, the leader of the Polish housing construction market.

We are also helped by JCI Ukraine and their international community.

The total budget is $800,000. Unfortunately, the funds from donors do not cover the entire budget for the reconstruction of the dormitory, so we will be grateful for a donation to our project “Center for Socialization of Displaced Persons”.

Photos of the dormitory BEFORE, DURING and AFTER the reconstruction: