The team of Helping to leave works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs. The organisation covers transport expenses, provides information, and arranges for counselling where necessary.We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia. Donate and support Helping to leave.
The team of Helping to leave works 24/7 providing consultations to those seeking help, guiding them through the evacuation process, and connecting them to the volunteers on the ground for all humanitarian needs. The organisation covers transport expenses, provides information, and arranges for counselling where necessary.We help Ukrainians affected by war – also those who were forcibly deported to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine or to Russia.
Every day, convoys of 10 to 25 vehicles travel to several locations on the Ukrainian border to bring people in need of protection to pre-selected host families in a single trip without detours. The main focus is on women, children and seniors traveling alone. On this way also medicines, foodstuffs as well as specifically requested relief supplies are brought to the borders. Drivers are always needed, as well as host families who can offer refugees a place to stay.
The federal point of contact mediates and coordinates supply and demand for newly arriving refugees from the Ukraine with disabilities and/or care needs. The aim of the “Bundeskontaktstelle” is to create transparency about the needs of refugees from Ukraine with disabilities and/or care needs, e.g. by collecting specific information around care needs and/or degrees of disability from the evacuating organizations before they arrive in Germany. Furthermore, it supports the 16 state coordination points in finding appropriate accommodation by forwarding the needs identified in advance to the states at an early stage.
Official website by the foreign office of Liechtenstein (Ausländer- und Passamt/APA) with information for Ukrainian Refugees in Liechtenstein. Mostly in German, but there is a short FAQ concerning residency law in Ukrainian and Russian.
The No One is Illegal Network (Ingen människa är illegal in Swedish) works to provide practical support to people who are forced to live undocumented after having had their applications for asylum refused.The No One is Illegal Network consists of local groups. The local groups are autonomous and activities may differ a bit but are all related to working practically and politically for the rights of undocumented migrants. There are local groups in Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö and others places in Sweden. You can contact them all on their shared website.
FARR (Flyktinggruppernas Riksråd) is an independent umbrella organization for individuals and groups working to strengthen the right to asylum in Sweden.Their website has general information on migration law and asylum procedures in Swedish as well as a dedicated section for people fleeing from Ukraine in English, Ukrainian, and Russian.They publish a very comprehensive guide for asylum seekers in Sweden called „Goda Råd“.You can get it as a PDF in various languages here.They also operate a counseling hotline for refugees: +46 8-710 02 45
Krisinformation.se is the Swedish authorities joint website for information concerning various crisis, among others the war in Ukraine.It features a dedicated section with information directed at people fleeing from the Ukraine to Sweden.
Russian, Ukrainian, Portuguese and English speaking volunteers are needed for a call centre to support requests for help!! You can enrol using the following link. THANK YOU!
According to the Ministry of Education from the Republic of Bulgaria, refugee children from Ukraine can enrol in school or kindergarten. The information below on the procedure for admission and education of children in kindergartens and schools.
“Migrant Life in Bulgaria” is a platform that provides information about many aspects of migrant life. It has 45 categories. Unfortunately, the platform contains very little information in Ukrainian.
Website of the Ministry of Interior with answers to practical questions when arriving in the Czech Republic. On topics such as: visa, health insurance, school system and regional help and information centers.
Here are some useful contacts for Ukrainians that are in Bulgaria: phone numbers, e-mails, address and websites.
Medical information for Ukrainians refugees from vulnerable groups who have temporary protection in Bulgaria: minors unaccompanied minors people with disabilities the elderly pregnant women single parents with minor children victims of human trafficking people with serious health problems or mental disorders people who have suffered torture, rape or other severe forms of mental, physical or sexual abuse
We provide assistance to Ukrainian citizens on their way to Iceland. We work in close relations with organizations at every European border of Ukraine. We can guide you at every step from your current location and onwards, until and after you have landed in Iceland.