Become a host
Find out what it means to become a host, what's involved & the process.
How to become a host
If after reading this you believe you can be a sponsor, then you can register on the government website.
You can find out more about how hosts are matched with Ukrainian refugees here.
Find out what’s involved in hosting to prepare for the arrival of your guests: Preparing for the arrival of guests
If you’d like to help but don’t feel hosting is suitable for you, there are many other ways you can support hosts, guests and the community. Please see the links below to find out more:
Why host & what's involved?
If you feel that you have available space in your house, have thought it through, and spoken amongst your family, you could become a host. If you can visualise being able to share your space with a Ukrainian family for a minimum of six months, the next step is to read the government information Guide for Sponsors.
You’ll potentially need to support the Ukrainian family with cooking, transport, showing them the local area, as well as helping to find them local healthcare. This could include doctors, opticians, and dentists, for example. You can read more about it here.