BUR camp

BUR camp is a platform for community engagement for rural and urban spaces development: we help families to rebuild housing, create open spaces in abandoned areas, and have a cultural and educational program for volunteers and communities where we learn, communicate and share the experience together.

Mostly, the duration of one camp consists of 2 weeks. 1- or 3-week camp format is possible.


BURCHYK is a mini-version of the classic BUR camp which brings values ​​of mutual assistance and good neighborliness to the community. We develop civic awareness through short-term initiatives: we help families in need, create public spaces.

1-2 days.


BUR•LAB – is a project management school for BUR volunteers, where we learn how to implement our own social and business projects. The school provides maximum information and tools on project management, fundraising and PR.

Timeframe: 10 days.

BUR Branch

BUR Branches – environment of volunteers and supporters of BUR that develops civic consciousness through mutual assistance actions BURchyk. This is where BUR energy is stored and is the place to generate and translate ideas. Anyone can get here by volunteering on BURchyk.

We develop 8 BUR Branches in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Zaporizhia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Transcarpathia, Lviv and the East (Donetsk and Luhansk regions).

BUR East

BUR East — BUR Branch in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, which develops civic consciousness through BURchyk mutual assistance actions, BUR camps and other educational events. This is the first step towards BUR decentralization in other regions.


BURMOBIL  is a tour around urban spaces and festivals. BURmobil – Mobile workshop to transform a rural or urban space into a comfortable place to relax, meet and generate ideas. The BURmobil consists of a spacious minibus and a trailer. The trailer has been converted into a workshop with sliding shelves, tool racks and an electricity generator for full autonomous operation. The trailer workshop has been designed together with Science and art platform “Ostriv” and the “Kod mista” program.

BUR volunteer textbook

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