Donate your expertise2023-04-03T08:14:28+00:00

We source opportunities, you bring solutions
that matter.

We understand that many people are eager to assist those in crisis with their pro bono expertise and time instead of financial contributions. Our platform makes this type of donation a reality, enabling you to make a meaningful impact where it matters most.

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“Our IT solutions enable law firms and their employees to reach their full potential, performing at their natural best. With Linking Help, we pave the way for them to excel on their journey towards greatness.”
Ondřej Dvořák, Ph.D.

Co-founder of non‑profit Linking Help z.s.

“Our IT solutions enable law firms and their employees to reach their full potential, performing at their natural best. With Linking Help, we pave the way for them to excel on their journey towards greatness.”

Ondřej Dvořák
Co-founder of non‑profit Linking Help z.s.

You choose where your energy goes.

Volunteering – whether in politics, in society, in sports, in the social sector, or in legal services – makes our society richer. And something is accomplished that the state alone cannot do. So it is a commitment to others – often to those who need help, support, often to young people and children, often to the elderly and those who have already done a lot for our country. Ukrainian nationals need legal support and help.

I am very happy to offer pro bono legal services to those Ukrainians who are in need; so, volunteering is also an enrichment for those who do it, like myself. It is heartful and satisfying to see successes alongside your professional legal activities that would otherwise not take place.

UA.SUPPORT is promoting legal volunteering by creating an appropriate legal basis and network for civil engagement. Chapeau.

Philip Raffling, Meta Legal

As a lawyer, I steadfastly believe that every individual deserves access to justice, irrespective of their socio-economic status or background.

When the conflict erupted in Ukraine, many individuals offered support in the form of monetary aid or transporting people to safer areas. While these gestures were undoubtedly commendable, I recognized that I could leverage my legal proficiency to bring about tangible change.

I take immense pride in having co-founded UA.SUPPORT, which in collaboration with Linking Help, has had a significant impact on the lives of countless individuals.

Štěpán Holub, Holubová Advokáti

Join us in building a platform to streamline legal aid and address the injustices happening worldwide. Together, we can create a more just and equitable society by enabling people to claim their rights, receive protection, and alleviate their suffering.

Join us in building a platform to streamline legal aid and address the injustices happening worldwide. Together, we can create a more just and equitable society by enabling people to claim their rights, receive protection, and alleviate their suffering.

How does it work?

How many cases do I have to take?2023-03-09T15:36:36+00:00

We leave it to your discretion as to how many pro bono legal cases you choose to take on, but we do expect a commitment to take on a number of cases based on your capabilities and expertise.

Who pays for administration fees?2023-03-08T07:25:13+00:00

The person seeking legal aid can cover them, or it can be covered by third parties. In extreme cases, please reach out to us, and we may be able to allocate funds from our budget to cover these costs.

What kind of legal cases are available?2023-03-09T15:37:12+00:00

Many of the requests come from the people facing difficult situations, such as obtaining visas and temporary protection, and processing residence permits, as well as challenges with labour law or other contractual obligations, business permits, children’s education, problems securing or paying for medical care, fraudulent acts, insolvencies, or other crisis situations with legal implications that they are unfortunately unable to resolve on their own.

What duties do I have after registration?2023-03-07T10:29:43+00:00

As a volunteer on our platform, you don’t have any specific duties or obligations. However, we encourage you to spend as much time as possible providing legal assistance to those in need. Your contributions are greatly appreciated and can make a significant impact on the lives of vulnerable individuals.

Do I get support from platform during a case?2023-03-07T10:30:00+00:00

We operate a help-desk to provide support to our volunteers and people in need. You can reach us via phone or email during working hours for any assistance you may need.

I am not a lawyer. Can I still help?2023-03-09T15:37:51+00:00

We welcome and appreciate all kinds of help in expanding our services to other countries, finding donors and partners. If you are not a lawyer, but are passionate about our cause, please feel free to contact us at info@linking.help.

We help
legally solve
the seemingly unsolvable.

I am Tamara, a single mother born and living in Ukraine.

Currently I and my two little children, Ivan (5) and Igor (3), are fleeing from our village in Ukraine to save our lives but we’re stuck in a refugee camp because of visa obstructions.

Please help me and advise me on what I can do.

Tamara
Hello! I am Valentyna. I’m a refugee from Ukraine, and now I live in Germany.

My daughter, granddaughter and I lived in a two-room apartment in a five-storey building in Mariupol. In March 2022, our home was destroyed because of the war. In the state service centre, I registered my destroyed apartment, but nothing happened. Now the city is being run by different authorities. I am far away and worried. I have the documents proving the apartment is mine. I do not know what I need to do in order to avoid losing my right to the apartment.

Please help me.

Valentyna

I was registered as a self-employed person in Ukraine and received temporary protection.

Now, I need assistance with where to register to receive some financial support, as I have lost all of my income. I would like to ask whether in the future I can do business with a refugee status both in the new country and in Ukraine at the same time.

Many thanks, Oleksiy.

Oleksiy

I am Svitlana, a 32-year-old teacher from Ukraine. I have two small children and used to lead a pleasant life there.

Then, on August 22nd, I had to flee Ukraine to save my children and begin a new life. I arrived in a small town in Germany. The problem is that the waiting times to get a visa are extremely long. I am therefore stuck in a refugee camp, waiting for the next steps.

Do you think you can help me?

Svitlana

I applied for legal aid after I found accommodation in Germany through a popular website for arranging accommodation.

The person offering the selected accommodation asked me to go through a verification process, referring me to a fake website, through which I also made a rental deposit and paid the first two months’ rent. I should have received a warranty card, but instead I lost the money from my deposit, as well as the two months’ rent. The money was transferred to an account in another country. I contacted the accommodation agent and it subsequently emerged that this was a fraud.

Can you advise me on what next steps I should take?

Maryna

Let’s begin to work.

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Not a law practitioner, but still want to help?

Tell us about yourself and the skills you can provide and we will try to put your talent to work where needed.

Contact us via e-mail info@linking.help with your CV or Linkedin profile and a few words about yourself and your motivation.

What we need right now:

  • Fundraising specialist

  • Key-accounts helping us expand the service to other countries

Would you like to support us financially?

By supporting us, we can continue to develop our platform, connect people with pro bono lawyers, and co-finance legal cases.

Join us in making a positive impact today.

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please contact us via info@linking.help
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