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We have rounded up Latvian creative professionals and companies that donate revenue from their products and services sold to Ukraine or offer other assistance to Ukrainians. We will continue to update this list, so if you have something to offer or notice a new support initiative, please send information to!

Stories Editorial March 14, 2022
  • Jewellery brand Dōs Adornments has created a special brooch in the collection Perfect Match. Half of the sales will go to support Ukraine.
  • In the Art Academy of Latvia (AAL) until April 1, in exchange for a donation of at least 20 euros, you can choose an anodised aluminum or steel brooch made by LMA metal artists. All donations will be directed to the initiative People of Ukraine of the portal More about the initiative — here.
  • To help Ukraine, a charity exhibition–sale Work of the artist Marija Kugele will take place in the gallery Happy Art Museum in Jurmala from March 23 to 31, during which it will be possible to buy workwear with the artist’s prints.
  • On March 18 and 19, the Art Academy of Latvia (AAL) invites to an art fair in support of Ukraine. In exchange for a donation, the fair will provide an opportunity to obtain works of art by LAA students, graduates and lecturers, as well as T–shirts with prints created by students. All proceeds will be donated to Ukrainian art students who continue their studies at the Latvian Academy of Arts due to the war.
  • At the initiative of musician Katrīna Gupalo, more than forty Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian and Ukrainian musicians have joint in a song Resistance. The composition is available on music streaming platforms Spotify and Fanlink, but the video of the song can be watched on Youtube. All proceeds from the streaming and performing of Resistance will be donated to support Ukraine.
  • Latvian street artist collective Kiwie has unveiled a new blockchain installation Molokiwie that is physically located in Dubai but has been created to support Ukraine in its struggle for freedom. Anyone interested can buy an unlimited amount of these digital works, thus donating to Ukrainian organisations.
  • Creative agency Colortime has launced an online store Create for Ukraine. Here, everyone can buy T shirts and posters with themed slogans and images created by artists and designers. All proceeds will go to the Ukrainian Red Cross.
  • Clothing brand Amoralle offers T–shirts Choose Peace. All proceeds from the sale of shirts will be used to support Ukraine.
  • Textile design company Karels, which brings Latvian ethnographic marks to life in modern design, offers a collection of scarves dedicated to Ukraine. All profits from the sale of scarves will be donated to the people of Ukraine.
  • Jewellery brand RO Studio will donate all proceeds from the sale of heart–shaped pendants to support Ukraine.
  • On March 12, the Drink and Draw community is organising an event Three Naked Truths with a discussion and sketcing of a nude model at Lapsas Māja. Part of the proceeds from the sale of tickets will be donated to support Ukraine. On March 18, an exhibition of works created at the event will be opened in the Zvaigzne Cafe, where sketches will be available for purchase for donations — all the proceeds will be used to support Ukraine.
  • Art media Arterritory organises an online charity auction Supportissimo, where it is possible to buy works donated by Latvian artists.
  • Underwear manufacturer Lovin’ offers a set of silk scrunchies to support Ukraine. All proceeds from their sale will be donated to the Ukrainians.
  • The Kalve coffee roastery will donate all the profits from the coffee blend dedicated to the painter Vilhelms Purvītis to support Ukraine.
  • Designer store Miesai offers a cup Rise With Ukraine. All proceeds from its sale will be used to support Ukraine.
  • In exchange for any donation in support of Ukraine, the cosmetics producer Madara Cosmetics offers to choose free hand and body soap in a thematic package. Offer is available at the brand’s stores in shopping centres Alfa, Akropole, Galerija Centrs and Spice.
  • The manufacturer of recycled concrete interior objects Sowa Stone has created a special lamp, which can be obtained at a charity auction.
  • The designer of the clothing brand Talented, Indra Komarova, is sewing flags of Ukraine, available in exchange for a donation to to support Ukraine. More about the initiative — here.
  • The clothing brand Vara will donate all its proceeds to humanitarian aid in Ukraine.
  • The artist’s paint manufacturer Essee will donate all proceeds from the sale of beeswax crayons Crayeti to support Ukrainian children.
  • Photographer Miks Užāns is offering photo sessions, donating all proceeds to support Ukraine.
  • Screen printing studio Radada is offering special T shirts. All proceeds from sales will be donated to support Ukraine.
  • Publishing house Milda books will donate all proceeds from the sale of books to support Ukraine until March 17.
  • Clothing brand Be–with is donating 20% of its proceeds to support Ukraine.
  • Clothing brand MCouture is donating 25% of the total of each purchase to Ukraine.
  • Sanitary ware manufacturer Casa Di Vanna will donate a portion of the proceeds from each product sold.
  • Jewellery workshop D29accessories is donating 20% of their income to support Ukraine.
  • Glass artist Laura Šmideberga has created a jewellery collection dedicated to Ukraine. 50% of the proceeds from the sale of the jewellery will be donated to support Ukraine.
  • Sportswear brand Estrada is donating 10% of the total of each purchase.
  • Candle maker The Munio donates candles to the people of Ukraine.
  • The organic sportswear brand Muta will donate two boxes of clothing to Ukrainian refugees who have arrived in Latvia.
  • The app Zero Punkt, which mainly deals with the circulation of zero–waste products, has now become a platform where anyone who needs help or can offer it can publish their advertisement. There is an interactive chat for each ad that makes communication easier. The application is available here.


We thank everyone who responded to our call and shared the support initiatives of Latvia’s creative industries! We plan to update this list, so if you have something to offer or notice a new initiative, send us a message —!