Refugees at the site on the border of Poland and Ukraine. Image credit: Paul Stratton

Could you provide a home for Ukrainians?

Liverpool City Council is looking for people to become hosts for displaced Ukrainians who have fled the country following the Russian invasion.

People can apply to the Homes for Ukraine team at Liverpool City Council to host a Ukrainian in your home under the scheme.

To take part, people need to offer a spare bedroom(s) or self-contained property for a minimum of six months.

Under the scheme they will receive £350 thank you payment per month (rising to £500 if their guest has been in the UK for a year), and will receive support from Liverpool Council to help their guests integrate and settle.

Councillor Laura Robertson-Collins, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods, said: “Liverpool has always been known as a welcoming city, willing to open its doors to support others.

“If you believe you can commit to providing accommodation, please come to one of our information sessions to find out more.”

If you would like more information we are hosting in person and online information sessions to offer people the chance to ask questions and learn more about hosting under the scheme:

Wednesday 28 June at 6:30pm (in person)

Thursday 6 July at 6:30pm (online)

If you are interested and would like more information please contact the team by emailing, or register your interest online at

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