Mentalstack is a software development company with international team of 70+ engineers, originally established in Russia in 2016, now having HQ in Poland, Kraków, announcing it's support of Ukraine and calls for the immediate end of Putin's invasion.
"What is happening now in Ukraine is unacceptable and must be stopped immediately. It concerns us personally, many of us have relatives under bombs right now, most of the projects we work on have international teams of brilliant Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian talent working together, who wants to do Progress, not wars. Our company helps everyone who needs help, regardless of nationality. We thank our team, who are working tirelessly to ensure consistent service, and our customers who support us during these difficult times." - Kirill Karahainko, CEO & Founder, Mentalstack.
Mentalstack doesn't work with customers, the government and it's affiliated companies in Russia. The company is executing business continuity plans, relocation programs for Russian team and accelerating hiring across multiple locations. Mentalstack continues to operate productively to provide consistent high-quality delivery.
While Mentalstack supports Red Cross, UNICEF, Razom and other funds and going to commit 100.000 zł till the end of March'22, our team taking every possible action to help refuges with humanitarian on-the-ground support here in Kraków.
Stay human, stand for good.
How To Donate To Ukraine Relief Efforts
Warning for those based in Russia: A recent statement from Russian officials warns people in Russia against engaging in activities of the type listed on this page. As such, those based in Russia are advised to not take any action on this page.
UNICEF is on site and constantly helps children in Ukraine. We will donate the collected funds to provide children with, among others safe shelters and psychological support, medical care, clean water and hygiene measures.
Razom for Ukraine
Razom's emergency response is focused on purchasing medical supplies for critical situations like blood loss and other tactical medicine items, hospital supplies, and tech enabled emergency response supplies that facilitate the delivery of this aid.
The Ukrainian Red Cross
The Red Cross is often on the frontlines of war serving to help those affected by armed conflict. The Ukrainian Red Cross is currently assisting people inside the country by aiding evacuations and providing shelter, food and basic necessities.
The Polish Red Cross
As of Feb. 28, most of the Ukrainian refugees have crossed into the country’s eastern neighbor, Poland. The Polish Red Cross has provided humanitarian reception points at Ukrainian-Polish borders to assist those entering with humanitarian aid and medical support.
Ukraine-based nonprofit, provides citizens with everything from baby food and hygiene products, to clothes and household supplies.