Since February 26, 2022, we are the first volunteers to offer a helping hand to refugees on the Polish-Ukrainian border

881

Days of war

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879

days RFU

92

Runs to Europe

320

Volunteers

2600

Refugees in shelter

50

Tons of cargo

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50

Generators

Who are we?

Russians who have left Russia at different times.

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What do we want?

Peace and security for Ukraine

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What are we doing this for?

We help Ukrainian refugees in Europe and provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

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Who are we?

Russians who have left Russia at different times.

None

What do we want?

Peace and security for Ukraine

None

What are we doing this for?

We help Ukrainian refugees in Europe and provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

None
Transport

We meet refugees both at the border and at the train station, providing comfortable transportation to their destination. Our team is prepared to handle medical situations and we have specialized transportation for wheelchair users and patients who need to lie down.

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Train station

Every day from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm, our volunteers are at the train station, where they meet and see off trains from Ukraine. The majority of arrivals are women and people with disabilities, making up 80% of all refugees. We help with carrying heavy bags, provide information on purchasing tickets, and give recommendations for further routes.

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Shelter

We manage a shelter, providing temporary refuge to refugees - from a few hours to several days. Our task is to ensure that people who have left dangerous areas feel safe from the very first moments of their stay here.

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Transport

We meet refugees both at the border and at the train station, providing comfortable transportation to their destination. Our team is prepared to handle medical situations and we have specialized transportation for wheelchair users and patients who need to lie down.

Train station

Every day from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm, our volunteers are at the train station, where they meet and see off trains from Ukraine. The majority of arrivals are women and people with disabilities, making up 80% of all refugees. We help with carrying heavy bags, provide information on purchasing tickets, and give recommendations for further routes.

Shelter

We manage a shelter, providing temporary refuge to refugees - from a few hours to several days. Our task is to ensure that people who have left dangerous areas feel safe from the very first moments of their stay here.

Shelter

We manage a shelter, providing temporary refuge to refugees - from a few hours to several days. Our task is to ensure that people who have left dangerous areas feel safe from the very first moments of their stay here.

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