The B50 community of volunteers was one of the first to start cleaning the city of Irpin in April, after the de-occupation.
The local administration engaged us to help the municipal services clean the streets and public spaces. At that time, the organization was based on territorial defense reservists and their friends.
Cleaning up the destruction was the first major project of the community, and later other related programs and projects were added to it.
B50 volunteer teams provide assistance in various ways: dismantling destroyed housing, repairing damaged buildings and structures, carrying out repairs to infrastructure facilities, etc.
Over the course of 1 year, the program has organized more than 140 volunteer trips involving more than 500 volunteers.
We helped 4 local administrations and more than 160 private homeowners.
The B50 Restoration program has two projects: Clean Up!, which continues the tradition of the Community’s first good deeds, and the Reconstruction, which was a logical extension of the project to dismantle destroyed housing, instead helping to reconstruct the surviving but damaged buildings. Over time, this project has evolved to include the repair and arrangement of public spaces, primarily shelters in children’s educational institutions.
The RUH Project is currently under development, which aims to create an affordable tool for restoring destroyed housing.
How to join?
Become a volunteer of restoration!
Information on how to join volunteer trips under the program can be found on the page Join.