Saturday 04 February 2023

Inspire Foundation offers eight-week programme to Ukrainian refugees

“In wartime, the most vulnerable members of society are often faced with a disproportionate deal of suffering and require even more help” said Anastasiya Gorodnicha from Inspire Foundation Malta.

Within this context, Inspire Foundation Malta has taken the initiative to offer an eight-week programme to families of children arriving in Malta from Ukraine in the wake of the current war they are escaping from. 

“Inspire’s mission to make a difference in the lives of the most vulnerable members of society, knows no nationality, colour or creed” Anastasiya continued. “That is why we decided to offer this programme, free of charge, to these refugees and their families”

Inspire appeals to all fleeing the Ukraine war, and who require assistance especially in the area of disability, to get in touch for support by filling the form here:

Inspire believes that everyone has a right to equality and inclusion. Inspire’s mission in fact is to do everything in its power to help anyone with a disability achieve this. This is done by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services. 

In order to facilitate this assistance, Inspire has also launched an information survey which it has distributed amongst the Ukrainian community in Malta, to better understand the needs of these families.

For more information about how Inspire makes a difference to hundreds of persons with disability and their families every day, visit

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