Everyone can become a refugee if circumstances change…
The mission of the organization is to help refugees and internally displaced people. We are focusing on targeted cash assistance for families who are in critical need of support. We also help host people affected by the invasion of Ukraine. Our charity supports the hospitality industry in every way we can, seeking generous donations, organizing relief supplies, and providing informational assistance.
We are delivering aid and support to people forced to flee and hospitality bussiness hosting them. Inside Ukraine, Hostline has been delivering core relief items such as food, medicine, blankets, sleeping mats, clothes, and more supplies are on their way.
The main objectives of the foundation’s activities are:
- providing charitable assistance to hospitality businesses, individuals, territorial communities, and non-profit organizations;
- direct participation in the implementation of social programs, both regional and national;
- searching for ways to solve various social problems through our efforts and with the help of regional and international partners;
- consolidation of capabilities and resources of regional and international organizations and foundations for comprehensive coverage of humanitarian aid to internally displaced persons and refugees;
- monitoring and informing the population about the programs for temporarily displaced persons.
What is charity Hostline doing to help?
- Targeted financial assistance to families affected by the war in Ukraine.
- Food humanitarian aid.
- Non-food humanitarian aid (clothes, shoes, hygiene products, first necessity goods, household goods).
- Free legal, accounting, career guidance, and psychological consulting.
- Assistance to medical institutions in the region.
Charitable organization Charitable foundation “Hostline” is an independent, non-commercial, apolitical organization, founded in Truskavets, Lviv region in 2022.
The head of the foundation is Victoria Yablonska.
The team of volunteers consists of about 20 people with different education and skills including programming, accounting, management, psychological support, logistics, education, medicine, and jurisprudence.
As a result of cooperation with different international and Ukrainian organizations, volunteer movements, as well as with the state authorities, in 2022 we provided humanitarian aid to the IDPs of Dzherelny sanatorium in the form of food, clothing, personal hygiene products and food (more than 30 tons in total).
Hostline staff are on the ground in Ukraine and are committed to stay and deliver assistance when and where access and security allow. Our team has scaled up our presence in central and western Ukraine, where conditions enable more humanitarian access, and where needs are also growing.
We are delivering aid and support to people forced to flee and hospitality bussiness hosting them. The fund collects donations for financial targeted assistance. Inside Ukraine, Hostline has been delivering core relief items such as food, medicine, blankets, sleeping mats, clothes, and more supplies are on their way.
We remain firmly committed to protect and help all affected populations in Ukraine. The response of donors from both the private and public sectors, as well as the welcome that refugees have received from neighbouring countries is outstanding — but even more support is needed to provide the growing number of people forced to flee with the assistance they need to recover from their trauma and start to rebuild their lives.