Arnulf Damerau has been an active investor in Ukraine since 2006, focussing on energy independence and impact investment with EuroAtlantic WindPartners, a 300 MW wind power project in Crimea. Arnulf Damerau and his Family Office EuroAtlantic Group have supported Ukraine by immediately donating his apartment to Ukrainian families in February 2022, by hosting and sponsoring SWIDOMO and DOBROSVIT in his Dusseldorf, Germany Ando Campus, and by organizing medical supplies for the front «Ukraine Air Rescue».
Arnulf will be a sponsor of the presentation of foreign direct investments about Ukraine at the WEF and Milken Global Conference, where he will talk about the opportunities and advantages, as well as the legal and tax security of investments in Ukraine.
Arnulf was a member of the Chairman Circle of Milken Global Institute and works with leading asset managers and sovereign wealth funds to attract European and US direct investments into Ukraine. Arnulf is a Chairman of the EUroAtlantic Institute which hosts the opening EuroAtlantic Security Dinner at the Munich Security Conference.
As a Director of the Atlantic Jewish Foundation, Arnulf initiated and hosted the book launch of Ruth Zuckers biography 'Im Auftrag für Israel', commissioned the Heinz Galinski Bronze Bust to the City of Berlin and lead a delegation of the Atlantic Jewish Foundation to Germany and the German parliament in order to donate a Torah, written in 1900 in Kiev to the first Yeshiva in Germany - the Beit Midrash d’ Berlin which was founded by Yehuda Teichtal.
Arnulf is a founding member of Atlantische Initiative, Member of German Association of Entrepreneurs and Industrialists and Leading member of Economic Council business association.
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We are a volunteer movement of the residents of Düsseldorf and neighboring towns in North Rhine-Westphalia, united by the desire to bring humanitarian aid to the civilian population and defenders of Ukraine as quickly and efficiently as possible. We also help the numerous Ukrainian refugees in Düsseldorf and the surrounding area to reconnect with a peaceful life.
Our mission is to create a basis for life and offer future prospects for orphans. Our support is diverse and far-reaching, we provide the children with everyday items such as clothing and school supplies, we represent the foster families in contact with authorities and schools and we offer educational and integration opportunities. The future of our children and therefore our future should not be indifferent to any of us.
Ukraine Air Rescue (UAR) - is an aid organization founded by private pilots in March 2022 after the Russian army invaded Ukraine. Our goal is to fly medication and medical supplies for Ukrainian hospitals to the Ukrainian border quickly and unbureaucratically with private planes. From there, helpers take them directly to where they are needed, e.g. to Hospitals. In this regard, we work exclusively with civil and humanitarian organizations. On the return flight, we bring people in need from Ukraine back to safe countries.
Brave Inventors is the only gathering point for those who are making the efforts for Ukraine`s victory and the development of its potential. It is important for us to create a better, independent future for Ukraine and bring victory closer. On Brave Inventors platform, you can post your wartime inventions, talk about your developments and prototypes, find the necessary funding or a mentor, and get more opportunities to cooperate with manufacturers, enterprises and businesses.
Former head of the Central Intelligence Agency`s Counterterrorism Center
Former CIA Chief of Counterterrorism Operations
Jan Friedrich Kallmorgen
The founder and CEO of Berlin Global Advisors
Dr. August Hanning
Former head of Federal Intelligence Service in Germany
President of the Vienna-based Schiebel Group
The chairman of OBS Teknoloji
Oscar winner, American film producer
CEO UA Dynamics
Doctor of Sociological Sciences, The Institute for Conflict Studies and Analysis of Russia
Karl S. F. Kirchner
Former country manager, Raytheon & Lockheed Martin