We know that it can be difficult to find things for the kids to do while schools are out and that goes double if you don’t know the area, or as a host you haven’t needed to know about kids activities for a while. Here are a few suggestions.

Our donations are sorted and packed at St Andrews Parish Hall, Brooke St, Dumfries, DG1 2JL. We're open Fridays from
Scots Law Booklet - Ukrainian
Scottish Refugee Council Information Page Of course we have SRC’s advice helpline and you can ask for a Ukrainian interpreter 0808
Free Ukrainian, Polish, And Russian Translations Of Trauma And PTSD Psychoeducational Resources.
There was an excellent webinar from Citizens UK on Monday 21st March. This is a  link to a recording of the event. 
Meeting to start preparing to welcome refugees 23/3/22 Meeting Notes for network of support meeting Notes and video following the
We know that it can sometimes be easier for New Scots to start a new business than to find employment. 
From free courses in the English language to articles on mental health and wellbeing, here are some free online resources
Ukrainian Phrasebook for Helping Refugees by Anna Ohoiko (ukrainianlessons.com) Free ebook and audio online This phrasebook is for everyone helping Ukrainian
Here’s a link to the map of D&G community food initiatives, including community gardens, that could be shared with Ukrainian