The administrator of the building Wilcza House informed that after talks with the owner, they decided to jointly allocate two floors to help refugees. More than 200 beds have been prepared, of which over 80% are already occupied. In addition, for people using free accommodation there is a kitchen, bathrooms, washing machines, dryers and even a playroom for children. Many people are involved in the organization of this help. Everyday items, such as cleaning products and food, are donated to donors.
The owner of Galeria Madison Shopping Center, which is located in Gdańsk, has decided to open a free TAKE&GO store, a place where refugees can come and find clothes for themselves – without any fee. It was the first initiative of this type in the Tri-City. A few days later, a collection point for food and chemicals was opened in the shopping center.
Also in Gdańsk, in the Cube Office Park complex, a warehouse was created. Donors bring the necessary things there, and volunteers segregate, pack and send them to the border with Ukraine. This place was created in cooperation with the district council, the administrator and the local association.
- Ecological changes in Cube Office Park (27 February 2023)