Every Bed Helps
Serviced Apartments for Refugees from Ukraine
The war in Ukraine is moving and many in our segment want to help the refugees concretely. Florian Wichelmann from Nena Apartments and his partners have initiated the neutral platform EveryBedHelps as an alliance of serviced apartments.
This website lists all operators who can currently provide serviced apartments for refugees from Ukraine and links them directly. In addition, anyone can contact aparthotelseverybedhelpscom with the number of apartments in the corresponding house, the maximum number of people per unit and the name of a contact person.
"EveryBedHelps" bundles the requests together with gut.org, a nonprofit AG of betterplace.org, which in turn has direct contact with refugees and private drivers on the road. "We will pass on the requests in the round. Depending on who has a free apartment, they can get in touch," says Florian Wichelmann. "This is relatively hands on and pragmatic thinking. But we think we can bring some apartments together in the short term this way."
So far, more than 90 serviced apartment operators and service providers have already taken part in the campaign.
Apartmentservice wholeheartedly supports this initiative!
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Serviced Apartments for the initial period in Germany
If you are a Ukrainian refugee and need an apartment, please write to the following address:
Deutsche Bahn offers the "Help Ukraine Ticket". This ticket allows free transport to destinations throughout Germany. It is possible to travel to Dresden, Munich, Nuremberg and Berlin without a ticket. If you want to travel to another city, you can show your Ukrainian passport at the travel centre and a free ticket will be printed.
Furthermore, Flixbus actively supports Ukraine with free shuttles. Thus, free FlixBus-Tickets are provided for refugees from Przemyśl, Rzeszów and Bucharest.
In addition, you will find a list of other providers of transport services for Ukrainian refugees via the following link.