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How to help Ukrainians from the United Kingdom

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Options include giving to charities on the ground, bringing clothes, or writing to your MP

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DONATE
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HUMANITARIAN HELP
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JOIN A PROTEST IN YOUR CITY
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HOST UKRAINIANS
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INFLUENCE AUTHORITIES
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For UK legal advice for arriving refugees - is that relevant for your resource site? in case so: https://advice-ukraine.co.uk/ is a contact point for requests for pro bono advice: Ukraine Advice Project – Free UK immigration and asylum advice for Ukrainians and their families from qualified lawyers.

AdviceUkrainians seeking advice can email ukraine@freemovement.org.uk and we will try to allocate to a volunteer. Please circulate the website and email. This website and contents was has set up by immigration lawyers John Vassiliou, Simon Cox, Miranda Butler, Alex Piletska and Jennifer Blair, with CJ McKinney of Free Movement.

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Lots of UK providers have removed their charges for calling numbers in Ukraine, please see below for further details

Vodafone Effective immediately, Vodafone UK is crediting all calls to Ukraine and waiving any roaming charges for Vodafone UK customers currently in Ukraine. Source:https://twitter.com/AhmedShelbaya/status/1497191194887135269?s=20&t=xrbVck3hXRyw_ex5ffuqFw     BT (including plusnet & EE) For anyone wanting to contact loved ones in Ukraine, we’ve made mobile and landline calls, texts and data to and from the region free from today, 25 February. Please be aware that signal in the area might be affected by damage to local networks and equipment. Source: https://twitter.com/bt_uk/status/1497247523093848116?s=20&t=PT3puVDFErJc2TCNP6