The idea is to open a social restaurant in Kyiv in an Urban Space format which will become a successful example of uniting a community around a common cause. What makes Urban Space unique is that 80% of the restaurant profit will be reinvested in social projects aimed at the city’s development.
The project will bring together 500 active citizens following their passion for high-quality urban space development.
Support the project and become a co-founder of Urban Space 500
obtain 5 recommendations from the current project members
make onetime contribution in the amount of 1000$
make your city a better place to live in
Fill out an application on the website or connect with the project coordinator. In order to become a member, you need to obtain 5 recommendations from current project members, agree to open participation, and make a one-time contribution in the amount of $1000.
An anonymous person or registered legal entity cannot become a member.
Yes. An entrance membership could be terminated. For the detail information, please contact us.
By agreeing to support the project you also agree that your participation in the project will be made public. In particular, your photo, name and surname will be published on the website among other founders. Anonymous participation in the project is not possible.
This can happen only if the project brings no profit, which has a low probability. Nevertheless, the managing company “DRUZI Cafe and Bar” guarantees the maintenance of Urban Space 500 for a minimum of 2 years after its opening. .
No, it won’t be needed.
80% of the profit will be directed solely to support non-profit community projects aimed at the development of Kyiv. The members meetings will be held quarterly in the Urban Space 500 where they will decide into which projects the funds, gained during the reporting period, should be directed. The decision is made by a simple voting of the majority of the total number of members physically present at the meeting. The remaining 20% of the income will be paid to the managing company for the implementation and management of the project.
At quarterly general meetings, members decide on the allocation of funds for social projects in Kyiv. If necessary, the general meeting has the power to change the management company or organization responsible for the management of the project.