We help you find a job in Austria!. We support the Ukrainian people who had to leave their country. We connect job seekers with employers, facilitating the integration of displaced persons into the Austrian labor market and helping them regain financial security.
Coordination office – the »Office Ukraine. Shelter for Ukrainian Artists« – for Ukrainian artists in Austria. It serves as a platform for the coordination of various initiatives by civil society as well as by institutions and acts as a liaison between the institutions in Austria and cultural workers from Ukraine.
Plattform to search for and offer private accommodation in the whole of Europe.
Trains in Austria are free for Ukrainian refugees (until June 30th 2022!). Here the ÖBB (Österreichische Bundesbahnen) provides info on how to get free tickets and how to get to Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy.
If you have a Ukrainian passport, you will get free food at the Vinzi shop at Karl-Moore-Straße 9 in Graz. The Vinzi shops provide food and hygiene items for people with low income at reduced prices. If you don’t have a Ukrainian passport, please still go there. You will be able to buy food for a very small price. The shop is open: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 8:30 – 12:30 Thursday 13 – 16 German source:
The Ukrainian community started this facebook page to connect Ukrainians in Austria with volunteers and refugees coming to Austria. It’s a platform for any kind of information and help. Please be aware, that any legal advice given on the platform is not monitored by trained legal professionals, so it may be wrong!
The Ukrainian community in Vienna has put up this site to find and offer accommodation in Austria. The church St. Barbara, Postgasse 12, 1010 Wien, where the community is based, is also open, if you need food or any other advice.