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How to Help Ukrainians from Germany

How to Stand with Ukraine was launched to help people from different countries support Ukraine. In this guide, we are talking about ways of supporting Ukrainians in Germany. 

Berlin is the first destination for many Ukrainian refugees in Germany, so most recommendations will cover this city.  If you have more details about other cities or have something to add about Berlin, write to [email protected], and we will include it in this guide. 

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How to Help Ukrainians from Germany

How to Stand with Ukraine was launched to help people from different countries support Ukraine. In this guide, we are talking about ways of supporting Ukrainians in Germany. 

Berlin is the first destination for many Ukrainian refugees in Germany, so most recommendations will cover this city.  If you have more details about other cities or have something to add about Berlin, write to [email protected], and we will include it in this guide. 

 Accommodation

Offer accommodation for Ukrainian refugees (in any city in Germany):

Volunteering

Hauptbahnhof (Berlin railway station) and ZOB (central bus station) are the most important volunteer centers right now. There you can meet the refugees, help them with interpreting and finding accommodation. Ukrainian- and Russian-speaking volunteers are in great demand there. 

Humanitarian aid is also collected at these locations. Here’s the list of most needed items (in German). There is always a need for medicines, soap/shampoo/shower gel, food, face masks, baby food, and diapers. You can also download this file with all the important info in Ukrainian, Russian, and English to hand it out at train stations and volunteer centers as a handy memo for people coming from Ukraine. 

You can also bring humanitarian aid to these collection points in Berlin:  

  1. «Mriya»: Pilecki-Institut, Pariser Platz 4a, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  2. Nathanael-Kirche: Grazer Platz, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Sunday.

What to bring:

  • Medications 
  • Support for civilian volunteers defending their cities in Ukraine
  • Food and hygiene products

See the detailed list here (in German, English, and Ukrainian). 

Where to find volunteer organizations?

  1. Ukraine Help Berlin. Fill out the registration form and get connected with people who need help. Volunteer anywhere in Germany: specify your city, how you can help, and leave your contact info. 
  2. International movement Ukraine Now. Fill out the volunteer application form from anywhere in Germany. Specify what you can help with: providing housing or work, driving people around the country, etc. The website is available in Ukrainian and English. 

Telegram channels

You can also offer support, find current help requests, and coordinate with other volunteers via Telegram chats.  

Telegram groups for volunteers at train stations

How else can I help?

  • Book an Airbnb rental in Ukraine to support the apartment owners. 
  • Donate blood. You can do this at Charité, Berlin’s largest hospital, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • Participate in a demonstration — see schedule here.
  • If you are a healthcare professional, you can add your information to the chart. Fill in your specialization, phone number, e-mail address, and languages you speak.

Donations 

Local organizations in Germany raising funds to help Ukraine. 

1. Promoting safety and protection in Ukraine, fundraising by the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Berlin.

Account details 

  • Recipient: Ukrainische Orthodoxe Kirchengemeinde e.V.
  • IBAN: DE64 1005 0000 0190 6741 30
  • Purpose: Schutzausrüstung

2. Humanitarian aid and medicines collected by the Ukrainian scouting organization Plast.

Account details 

  • Recipient: PLAST Ukrainischer Pfadfinderbund in Berlin e.V.
  • Bank: Deutsche Skatbank
  • IBAN: DE88 8306 5408 0004 2640 37
  • BIC: GENODEF1SLR
  • Purpose: Spende Nothilfe Ukraine

3. Medical equipment, medicines, children’s rehabilitation and hospitals, the collection is carried out by the project Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin.

Account details 

  • Recipient: Ukraine-Hilfe Berlin e.V.
  • Bank: Deutsche Skatbank
  • IBAN: DE24 8306 5408 0004 8722 15
  • BIC: GENODEF1SLR
  • Purpose: Spende Nothilfe Ukraine
  • Paypal: [email protected] (comment: Spende Nothilfe Ukraine)

In the following materials, we will talk about how to help Ukrainian refugees in Georgia, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and other countries. Share your volunteer experience with us, we will tell you about it.

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