Ukrainian Refugee family seeking accommodation.

A Ukrainian Refugee family (2 grandparents in their 60s looking after 2-year old twins) are seeking accommodation. The family fled Kiev and have been sponsored with accommodation by a British family near Chichester for the last 6 months. Because of a change in the sponsor’s personal circumstances, the refugee family are now asked to find a new accommodation. The government have put them on a waiting list, but are unable to support re-accommodation at short notice. 

The Ukrainian family is seeking 1 room to accommodate them and the twins for as long as it is possible while they are awaiting for Government support. 


If anyone is able to potentially help, please contact Maria Dwornik on 07533920263

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