Ukraine Tech Collective is a not for profit platform designed to facilitate skill swaps so Ukrainians who are currently protecting their country still get paid & can support their families.
The Ukraine Tech Collective (UTC) matches international software developers with job vacancies left by Ukrainian software engineers called on to defend their country from Russian invasion. Software developers and tech companies from around the globe donate their skills and resources to provide work cover for their Ukrainian peers as to provide financial stability to their families.
Ukraine is home to 250,000 software developers whose families depend on their income. Many of these developers are currently unable to work and earn income while their country is at war. This situation puts them and their families at a risk of being left without critical financial resources during this dangerous time.
UTC identifies critical business needs of companies whose employees are involved in the war effort in Ukraine and matches them with volunteers (individuals and businesses) who provide temporary coverage for their peers in Ukraine.
Share the technical needs your company urgently needs covered whilst your technical employees defend their country.
Share the resources and skills that your company can provide to provide cover for Ukrainian developers defending their country - on a part time / project or ad hoc basis!
Volunteer your skills and experience that you can provide to help support Ukrainian developers in this time of need!
The Ukraine Tech Collective team will match volunteers with companies in need of technical cover for their Ukrainian employees and put those parties in contact.
By requesting help from volunteers, managers and owners of companies make a pledge to continue to pay and support their Ukrainian developers.
Ukraine Tech Collective is an effort led by a group of volunteers who want to help people of Ukraine get through the horrific war. We are not a business and we do not seek any financial or other gains from matching employers of Ukrainian developers and volunteers. As such we cannot be held responsible for damages resulting from engagements between parties matched through this initiative. View in full here.