Help for people from Ukraine
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Due to the on-going war in Ukraine, both locals and refugees urgently seek our help and support. On this webpage you will find all important information as well as points of contacts for refugees and for people from Bremen who would like to help. Please contact the respective initiatives, associations, or institutions to find out if and what kind of help is currently needed in Bremen.
Central point of contact in Bremen
In case you have any further questions about the introduced contact points in Bremen, please contact the central helpline directly via e-mail or via telephone: 0421 361 61130.
Providing a place to stay
Are you a landlord or landlady and do you have free living space that you can make available to people from Ukraine? You may contact the Senator for Social Affairs, Youth, Integration and Sports via e-mail: email@example.com or via phone: 0421 361 61130. Alternatively, you can contact the project Zukunft Wohnen.
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Donations and volunteering opportunities
Do you have clothes, sleeping bags, flashlights or anything else you would like to donate? Herz für die Ukraine e.V. is a possible place to start. Check out their website to see what donations are currently needed. On the website of the initiative Gemeinsam für Bremen you have the possibility to display your donations. Please contact the organizations in advance instead of showing up with donations without consultation.
On the website of the Freiwilligen-Agentur Bremen you can also find an overview of other donation and volunteering opportunities in Bremen, which are updated regularly. You can find out how and where you can volunteer. Caritas Bremen is also looking for volunteers who speak Ukrainian or Russian.
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Initiatives and counselling provided by churches in Bremen
In addition to donations in kind and accommodation, the Ukrainians are also dependent on monetary donations. Therefore, various Bremen institutions and associations are collecting money. The Ev. St.-Markus-Gemeinde Bremen and the local association Herz für die Ukraine have set up a donation account.
You can also find other national donation options on the website of the tagesschau.
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Free city tours for Ukrainian refugees
WFB Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen offers Ukrainian refugees the opportunity to take part in a city tour in Ukrainian or Russian free of charge. The tours will take place every Sunday at 11 am starting April 3 and will last approximately two hours. The meeting point for the guided tour is the Roland statue on the market square. If you would like to participate, you need a ticket. You can get the ticket from Friday (April 1) at the Tourist Information Böttcherstraße. The tour is limited to 25 participants. The guides will give you an overview of Bremen’s uniqueness and give you advise on getting started in our Hanseatic city. Here you can also find a flyer in Ukrainian (PDF).
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