To coordinate support for Ukrainians fleeing Russian aggression, the Government of Poland has launched the #PomagamUkrainie website, which addresses both refugees who need help and those who want to help them.
Refugees who need help are guided through simple questions to establish the support they need, and are invited to fill in a simple form that will be sent to the relevant unit that provides help to refugees. The website also includes information about transport and places for children, as well as links for refugees looking for work.
If you want to help, the website is open to companies, individuals, local authorities and non-governmental organisations, who would like to provide assistance with food and other materials, shelter and volunteer support, both in Poland and in Ukraine.
To provide volunteer support, non-governmental organisations in Poland and in Ukraine should register on the #PomagamUkrainie website, mentioning what type of assistance they can provide and leaving their contact details.
The website also provides a list of necessary products and resources, as well as detailed information on humanitarian aid donations.
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