As an organisation that builds homes, communities and hope, Habitat for Humanity calls for an end to the violence which threatens all three.
Habitat for Humanity has been supporting the shelter needs of families across Central and Eastern Europe since 1992.
Europe is now facing the largest humanitarian crisis of a lifetime as the conflict in Ukraine has led to a surge of refugees fleeing to safety in neighbouring countries.
The UNHCR estimates that more than 3.8 million people have fled Ukraine and these numbers are expected to accelerate in the coming days and weeks, creating an unprecedented need for emergency and long-term shelter.
Habitat for Humanity is local, and has the experience to respond to these urgent needs.
From the beginning, Habitat teams have been working with first responders at the borders, coordinating with partners, directly supporting Ukrainian refugees.
Hear directly from Maciej Kosiorek, Manager of ReStore Warsaw, and learn how ReStore is supporting refugees in the country.
Habitat for Humanity (Ireland)
At Habitat for Humanity, our vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. One in four people in our world live in poor housing. Families are forced to live in places that are cold and damp, overcrowded or do not have a door that locks ... Read More