Airbnb offers free housing to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees

has to work with Ukraine’s neighbors to provide free temporary housing for up to 100,000 refugees fleeing the country after invaded. The leaders send letters to the leaders of several European countries – starting with Poland, Germany, Hungary and Romania – offering their support. More than 300,000 people left since the start of the invasion on Thursday, as Remarks.

the nonprofit will work with governments and local organizations to meet the needs of refugees in each country, which may include providing longer-term housing. Housing costs will be covered by Airbnb, as well as Refugee Fund donors and hosts. Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb said that, while partnerships with non-profit organizations in European countries, refugees and asylum seekers can seek help from the

The association last week it facilitated the housing of 21,300 . He said he would shelter Afghan refugees on a temporary basis after the Taliban came to power. Last week, set a goal to provide free short-term housing to another 20,000 refugees from Afghanistan, Africa, the Middle East, Central and South America and other territories. This objective is separate from the commitment to assist Ukrainian refugees.

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