In the new project How to Stand with Ukraine, we talk about helping Ukraine in different parts of the world. In this article, there is information about Georgia, where citizens and expats are actively involved in the process of helping. You, too, can contribute if you are located in Tbilisi, Batumi, or Kutaisi.
MAPAHELP provides information about organizations and people that are ready to help the citizens of Ukraine free of charge. The map shows locations where Ukrainians can get food, housing, medical, and psychological assistance.
How to Start Helping with Maps
To participate, you need to fill out a short questionnaire. When your application is accepted, a point indicating the type of assistance and contact details will appear on the map.
Here is a complete list of categories to participate in with MAPAHELP:
Hundreds of caring people in Georgia have united to provide medical, humanitarian, and housing assistance. They offer Ukrainian citizens food and hot meals, clothes and shoes, and temporary accommodation.
How to participate in the project
Become a volunteer of the Relocation.ge project if you can:
Рrovide temporary housing for citizens of Ukraine.
Provide free medical care.
Provide gratuitous material assistance to Ukrainians in a difficult life situation.
You can apply for participation and assistance by filling out the form on the project website: click the «I Want to Help» button and leave your contact info.
Unity for Ukraine. The platform serves as a network for volunteers who can offer assistance with accommodation, transportation, or other support. The project was inspired by Polish and German volunteers who created similar websites in their countries.
The creators of the project strive to collect as many relevant messages from various sources as possible on the platform. They have integrated services with Mapahelp (only Georgian posts) and are now negotiating with representatives of relocation.ge on cooperation.
Collecting Humanitarian Aid: Essentials
Collection points for humanitarian aid for citizens of Ukraine now operate in Tbilisi, Batumi, and Kutaisi.
Most importantly, medicines are needed. You can also bring cereals, canned food, baby food and diapers, blankets and sleeping bags, clothes, and shoes for children and adults.
Aid Collection Points in Tbilisi
Most volunteer relief centers also require help to sort, pack, and load trucks with parcels. You can come in for 30 minutes, or you can stay for the whole day — any assistance would be appreciated. Details should be clarified by phone or a personal visit.
RadioCafe Address: 29 Atoneli St Working time: 12:00 — 00:00 Phone number: 579 09 13 55 (Sergey)