Uniting for Ukraine: How you can help
5,372,854 persons have fled Ukraine since 24 February 2022 to seek refuge in another country, according to UHNCR figures. Further, the U.N. projects that number will grow to exceed 8 million in the coming weeks. For information about how you can volunteer, make a financial donation, or offer housing assistance at a location near you, please review the websites below:
CANADA: Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel offers Ukrainians and their family members free, extended temporary status and allows them to work, study and stay in Canada until it is safe for them to return home.
FRANCE: War in Ukraine: how to help Ukrainians from France? Information on making a donation, volunteering, or hosting a refugee.
- https://help.unhcr.org/germany/information-on-ukraine/ Information on private support or registering private accommodation offers.
- Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (BAMF) Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees. Complete guide to all things Ukrainian refugee related in Germany. Available in German, Ukrainian, Russian and English
SWITZERLAND: Ukraine: How You Can Help in Switzerland and Liechtenstein Information on volunteering or hosting a refugee.
UK: Homes for Ukraine offer space in your home or sponsor someone you know.
U.S.: Welcome.us Ukraine learn about sponsorship or ways you can offer an act of welcome in a U.S. community near you.
Washington DC Team assists their local community through ESL, Art, Mental Health Awareness, and Advocating for Refugee Physicians
Our hearts are heavy due to the events and suffering in Israel and Palestine. We understand that any conflict leading to loss and displacement have long-term effects for individuals, families, and the community at large. We continue to work toward creating and advocating for better welcome in each of our own communities.
Their Story is Our Story (TSOS) was privileged to participate inECDC’s 2023 National Conference, August 23-24, 2023. Addressing the theme “Hope and Resilience,” both local and national leaders and advocates responded to the challenges of the past few years and looked forward to the future of refugee resettlement with a renewed sense of optimism.
The Afghan Adjustment (AA) has been reintroduced in both the House (H.R.4627) and the Senate (S.2327) of the United States by a bipartisan group of legislators. We invite you to join us in honoring our promise to our Afghan allies by urging your representatives to pass the Afghan Adjustment!