Housing for Refugees

from Ukraine


February 24, 2022, is the day when the long-term peace and stabilization in Europe was seriously shaken. The outbreak of the war in Ukraine turned into a tragedy for millions of people. Many of them, especially women and children, had to run away from their homes in a hurry. This started the greatest refugee crisis in the world since WWII.

Hundreds of refugee families who fled to this region have found out that their homes have been destroyed from the war. We have already provided 100’s with temporary homes, but many need a long-term solution and support. We want to give Ukrainian refugees help to start over in a safe place.

Who we are

My name is Michał Włodarczyk, and I am a pastor of ICF Bydgoszcz Church. We’re an evangelical Church in Bydgoszcz (Poland). Since the first day of war, we have been heavily involved in helping refugees. We’ve collected people from the border, organized help for many families, we’ve been giving out food, clothes, and hygienic products every day. Thankfully, those who have found apartments or are living in our homes have been able to send their kids to schools and are finding and starting jobs. But many refugees still don’t have a place to live.

Their stories

Every day people who fled the horrors of war come to us. They seek help but often they need someone who will simply listen to them. The stories they tell paint a picture of trauma, heartbreak, and uncertainty.

Polish Contact:

Pastor Ph.D. Michal Wlodarczyk
+48 696 810 706

Who we are