One Humanity Institute (OHI) is creating a Welcome Center that will provide transitional housing and permanent residence for families rendered homeless by Putin's war. Located in the historic center of Osweicim Poland, OHI will renovate two buildings to provide much needed housing and personal services. OHI has been on the border touching many lives with our teddy bears, translators and supplies. Now it is time to provide housing. THE REFUGEES NEED OUR HELP AND WE NEED YOURS TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN!
Putin's war has reduced cities to rubble and displaced millions of Ukrainians. Many are escaping to Poland because of its proximity and the government is receiving them with services. However, there is a desperate need for more housing. The House of Hope will offer Ukrainians a welcome place to rest, transit and for some, set up a new residence and life.
House of Hope will give comfort and shelter to people who have fled their country due to a horrific and needless war. We will also offer counseling with Israeli therapists to help the refugees heal from the torment and terror they have experienced. In addition to a place of refuge, our goal is to care for their immediate needs, provide a place to begin healing and bring these deserving people hope for the future. WITH YOUR HELP, they can begin a new life and one day be able to smile again.
As a result of being located in the Osweicim city center, House of Hope is convenient to shopping, schools, churches and libraries. Our goal is to help as needed and offer new life for those displaced by this needless war. Upon opening the facility, we will warmly welcome all and look forward to brightening their lives as they realize they are safe, cared for and, most importantly, LOVED.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).