Holding an informational front: website for Ukrainian refugees
Each of us today has its own front. Everyone wants to support Ukraine and the Ukrainians. In particular, to help the Ukrainians who, escaping the war, were forced to leave their homes and go abroad.
Emergency relocation always brings a new reality: new conditions, new people, a new unknown language and rules of life. It is challenging for those who fled into the unknown, having managed to save only the most valuable – their lives and their loved ones. Finding a job, providing education for children, renting a place to live and getting social assistance – these and many other problems arise when you come to a new country you don't know.
So many questions to be answered!
Goodacity.org volunteers created a website https://ukraine.goodacity.org with helpful information for Ukrainians abroad.
«In the darkest of times, we must help as much as possible, – said Goodacity volunteers. — Consequently, we have gathered information on fifteen European countries where Ukrainians go most often: Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Italy, Spain, France, and others.
Communication and psychological support during the war are also very important, so the website has resources for those in need.
The website contains all the necessary information, conveniently structured by categories: "Housing", "Animals", "Work", "Transport", "Documents", "Education", "Medicine". You can also find hotline phone numbers, Facebook groups and Telegram channels for help.
We have found many like-minded people on our information front. We are often contacted by Ukrainians who help each other abroad and who have developed information resources for different countries.
Ask for support when you need it, and help the Ukrainians during the war if you can! Share the link to this website so that as many people see it as possible. If you have useful information for Ukrainians abroad, join our project by filling out the form on the website.
Let's stay together and help each other!»