We have moved on from our Teddy Bear campaign to transitional housing. While visiting the registration centre, train stations and shelters we have seen the great need for housing. People are sleeping on the floors in crowded situations and there are only so many homes that the Polish people have been able to open up and offer. With more than 1.8 million people fleeing to Poland, housing is a crisis.
In honor of Phillip Hellmich’s life work for peace and children, we are now establishing a Peace Lab (computers) for children and youth to communicate with Kyiv Peace School and have courses and workshops on lifeskills while they stay at the House of Hope.
Please support our efforts to be able to provide longer-term transitional housing for Ukrainian families. Our hope is to provide safe housing where people can heal, feel supported and give back to the community. Each apartment will cost close to 10,000.00 in addition to the co-working space where the group can gather to work and watch each other's children while doing so.
For more details, please check out our website at www.onehumanity.institute
The One Humanity Institute is a registered non-profit charitable foundation both in the USA (501c3, Federal- 83-4432613 EIN) and in Poland (NIP: 5492448877, REGON: 368562030).