Helping Ukraine and Ukrainian Citizens
Would you like to help but don’t know where to direct your help? Do you need information? At nasiukrajinci.cz, you will find a nationwide navigation page that will help you make your decision.
If you are offering help at a large scale (whole hotels, mass transportation, etc.), please contact the relevant Ukraine Assistance Centre.
If you are offering help at a small scale or if you are requesting assistance, use the Pomáhej Ukrajině (Help Ukraine) platform established by the Consortium of Migrants Assisting Organizations.
The navigation page with links to verified financial and material collections and other information is run by stojimezaukrajinou.cz.
Do you have the capacity to accommodate families fleeing the war in the Prague capital? Please fill in the form on this page: pomocukrajine.eu.
Information on humanitarian aid for Ukraine and offers of medical assistance is available on the website of the Ministry of Health.
We are pleased to introduce our website, which is primarily intended for migrants living in Prague. At the same time, this website provides useful information for all residents of the capital of Prague, which is becoming more and more culturally diverse, just like a number of other European cities.>
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