Thursday, December 1, 6 pm

Clifton Cathedral

Clifton Park, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3BX

We invite you to join the presentation of a new matching service under the Homes for Ukraine Scheme. SJOG Homes for Ukraine is a programme by St John of God Hospitaller Services in partnership with Caritas Social Action Network that is offering a matching pathway, training and support programme for sponsors and individuals displaced by the war in Ukraine. We aim to support people on their journey and provide opportunities to integrate into our community in the UK.

During the presentation, you will meet individuals displaced by the war in Ukraine who will share their experiences with the Homes for Ukraine Programme, as well as hosts who have already welcomed a Ukrainian family into their home and are willing to share their experiences. This is a great opportunity to learn about Ukrainian culture and ask any questions you might have.  We will discuss the current situation in Ukraine and why there is still a pressing need for support from individuals in the UK. You will also learn about our matching service, who is eligible to be sponsored, some key considerations before deciding to host. You will find a wealth of useful information about hosting that will give you a clear understanding of what hosting is and isn’t to help you decide whether this might be something you would be interested in doing.


Duration: 90 minutes

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About us

Saint John of God Hospitaller Services is a national charity helping people to lead fulfilling lives. We believe that every person has the right to be supported in a way that does not degrade their dignity. We are part of an international family of 500,000 co-workers, working in 500 centres of care in 50 countries.

Inspired by the life and example of Jesus Christ, CSAN was established by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales to develop the Church’s social action in these parts of the United Kingdom.  CSAN share in the mission of the Catholic Church.

Find out more about the programme [Ma1] [Ma1]

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