One of Terminal’s core values is People First, meaning we continually strive to improve the welfare of our communities, and we take our responsibility to our members and clients seriously.
With many Ukrainians facing devastation, displacement, and uncertain futures, the Terminal team wanted to help in any way possible.
We began with two initiatives:
Still, we wanted to take it a step further, so we started by exploring what we could do as a business that would be most helpful to those in need.
We decided to help refugees with arrival assistance – offering financial support and critical information to aid refugees and their families through the transition with Project Recamp.*
And with Terminal’s recent expansion to Poland, we’re able to support in ways that wouldn’t have been possible before, including helping Ukrainian refugees who are displaced and seeking employment. We’re actively hiring software engineers in Poland and seeking to help any Ukrainian refugees who are looking for software development work.
“Terminal’s new footprint in Poland puts us in a position to help those in need,” said Raoul Tawadey, GM-Europe, Terminal, adding, “We want to be able to help engineers who are displaced and enable them to eventually thrive, doing as much as we can as a business.”
Today, we’re offering support to engineers fleeing Ukraine through our Arrival Support program. Any fees generated from the program will be donated to aid organizations such as Red Cross Ukraine and United Help Ukraine and others.
“Project Recamp speaks to the humanity of our team, as well as Terminal’s leadership and personal values,” said Racquel Cross, Business Development Director, Terminal.
For more information, or if you or someone you know would like to connect with Terminal regarding Project Recamp, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Project Recamp eligibility includes engineers fleeing Ukraine who accept an offer with Terminal.