There are a number of ways people can help. With many routes closed and transportation systems under significant pressure, sending physical goods could add more stress to the situation on the ground. Making cash donations, to organisations responding to the crisis in Ukraine, allows for emergency relief goods to be sourced locally.
Anyone who is able to help can consider making a financial donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee.
If you are able to offer help as a business or an organisation, we need you to tell us about the help you can give.
We need things like:
- Large scale accommodation for refugees and their families, such as hotels and holiday parks
- Transport to take people to their new homes
- Supplies such as food, clothes and sanitary products
- Translators and interpreters
Homes for Ukraine (sponsorship)
The UK Government has set up two schemes to help people fleeing the conflict in Ukraine to come to the UK – the Ukraine Family Scheme, which is designed for people with family links and the Homes for Ukraine scheme, which is designed for people who do not have family ties in the UK.
How to register:
The link to register an offer of help is: Register a business or organisation to help Ukrainian refugees coming to Wales
If you have a named person who you wish to sponsor, visit: Local Sponsorship Scheme for Ukraine
If you don’t know anyone to sponsor, you can still register your interest in offering accommodation, there’s information at: Homes for Ukraine scheme: frequently asked questions
Other ways to help
The links below provide some further information about ways to help:
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.