“Chronicles of the Unknown Ukrainians” visited Geneva!

The European tour of the B50 international photo exhibition continues, with the aim of demonstrating to the world the will of Ukrainians to help each other in difficult times of war and to thank the members of our community for their resilience and unbreakable spirit, who, even under constant missile fire, continue to volunteer. With this exhibition, we want to inspire people by example and popularize the volunteer movement in Ukraine and abroad. We want to show the scale and devastating consequences of the russian invasion of Ukraine that we are dealing with, as well as raise funds for reconstruction.


On October 5, “Chronicles of the Unknown Superheroes Ukrainians” was exhibited in Geneva, at the Place des Nations. Throughout the day, in front of the UN headquarters in Europe, one could see photographs that consistently reveal the story of the B50 activists’ one-day work.

We thank the Geneva Branch of Ukrainian Society of Switzerland and the Canton of Geneva for their assistance in organizing the event.

We would also like to express our special gratitude to B50’s Friend Stanislav Hrytsan, who organized the exhibition.

We urge everyone who cares about Ukraine’s recovery to become part of the B50 team, even if you do not live in Ukraine.

We expect help from the B50 Friends:

  • to popularize the activities of our community (online and offline);
  • to represent and assist in the relevant region, if necessary;
  • to raise funds for the implementation of our projects in any possible, convenient, and affordable way.

Read more about the B50 Friends program here.