The Karazin University Library needs support
19 January, 2023
During the mass shelling by the enemy of the outskirts of Kharkiv, the university library, which is one of the largest university libraries in Ukraine, was also destroyed. A damaged heating system, a broken roof, blocked windows – these are the realities today about the existence of 3.5 million books, with the help of which entire generations of Kharkiv residents learned.
The successful campaign for the provision of humanitarian aid
6 January, 2023
This year, despite the difficult situation in the country, no one was left without their desired gifts. Thanks to the Karazin Charitable Foundation and its partners, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan and Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice, and to your constant donations, 694 employees received the necessary support in the form of food kits.
2 million HRN
6 January, 2023
This is the amount that has now been deposited into the account of the university's Charitable Foundation. And all this is thanks to YOU, benefactors-donators! You are strength, power and indomitability. It is an incredibly impressive act when, in such difficult times, you find the opportunity, desire and time to help Karazin University.
26 December, 2022
We are glad to announce that we have received humanitarian aid from the Ukrainian National Women's League of America.
String trio "Semplice" held a charity concert in support of Karazinsky
1 September, 2022
On August 28, 2022, the string trio "Semplice" held a charity concert in Kharkiv, on the basis of the Karazin University. The trio consists of Kharkiv musicians, in particular Tetyana Bogatyreva, the conductor of the university orchestra Karazin Orchestra.
8 June, 2022
“Solidarity with Ukraine” – this is the motto under which the Orchestra’s first concert took place at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Music Center in the town of Luslawice.
30 April, 2022
30 April, the charitable exhibition-performance “The War Diaries” was held in Nuremberg.
Karazin University receives Starlink
In April 2022, Karazin University received the set of Starlink Satellite Internet from Elon Musk and with the assistance of Ukraine’s Ministry of Education and Science.