The 2402 Foundation has launched a crowdfunding campaign to support operations and promote safety fundamentals and risk assessment. Since the start of the full-scale invasion, the 2402 Foundation has been distributing bulletproof vests, helmets, tactical first-aid kits, and communication equipment and conducting HEFAT security training for journalists working in dangerous environments.

The main goal of the 2402 Foundation for the next year is to teach how to survive in difficult conditions and make safety knowledge and skills a fundamental value for everyone who lives and works in Ukraine. We plan to train at least 100 people every month out of 1200 people annually. From now on, help is provided to journalists and everyone who works in the war zone and front-line areas, including representatives of humanitarian organizations, documenters of war crimes, human rights defenders, and volunteers.
  • Become an Ambassador of the 2402 Foundation, organize meetings, and talk about the importance of safety culture
  • Become a Donor and make personal contributions to the development of a conscious society
  • Talk about the activities and purpose of the 2402 Foundation in social networks and offline
  • Buy branded merchandise, the money from which will also be used to achieve our common big goal
  • Shares useful materials created by the 2402 Foundation on its resources. This is a safety checklist for risk assessment before deploying to a combat zone, video lessons on tactical medicine, and video tips on stocking a tactical first aid kit.

The 2402 Foundation continues to develop the program for journalists, and will deepen it and add new directions. At the same time, we are expanding the circle of those who can take advantage of the fund's opportunities.
Be a part of help the 2402 Foundation so that even more people from various fields can undergo training and receive protective equipment!
The Advisory Board of the 2402 Foundation includes: Nobel laureate and human rights defender Oleksandra Matviychuk, Olga Rudneva, co-founder of the Superhumans center; Pulitzer Prize-winning director and documentarian Mstyslav Chernov, Ukrainian journalist and chief producer of news broadcasting at Suspilne, Angelina Karyakina; Deputy Director of Emergencies at the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Kerry Paterson; Executive Director of ACOS Alliance, Elisabet Cantenys; and Christian Boris, founder of Saint Javelin.