We Are All Ukraine

Ukrainians arriving Porto will have a free transport pass

The Municipality aims to grant all Ukrainian citizens who have arrive to live in Porto, under the temporary protection regime, an Andante intermodal card, for free use of the city’s public transports network.

Atlantic Front with support for refugee expenses for three months

The delivery of the “Dá Apoio” cards took place at the headquarters of the Seminário Redentorista Cristo Rei, a structure that has concentrated a large part of efforts to welcome and integrate Ukrainian refugees in the region.

Six trucks have already left with humanitarian aid for Poland's border with Ukraine

In 20 days, six trucks with humanitarian aid to Ukraine have left Porto. It all started on March 8, with the first transport to leave the headquarters of The Battalion of Firefighters of Porto.

Another 16 tons of goods left Porto towards the Polish-Ukrainian border

Another load of solidarity has left Poto for the Ukrainian People. This Tuesday evening, the fourth truck of goods collected at part of the “We are all Ukraine” campaign left with 16 tons on board.

“We are all Ukraine” campaign raises 1.104 accommodation offers and sends 90 tons of donations in two weeks

Until Saturday, March 19th, 14 days since its launch, the website www.somostodosucrania.pt has already received 1.104 accommodation offers and gathered 370 offers for the services exchange.

Third truck on its the way to the Ukrainian cities of Kharkiv and Lviv

The third IRR truck left Friday afternoon from the Batalhão de Sapadores Bombeiros (BSB) towards the border with Poland.

Porto raised “Uma voz pela paz” (a voice for peace) in Ukraine

Proceeds were entirely given to the Ukrainian Red Cross, Voices of Children and UBTS Emergency Center.

14 more tonnes of aid on its way to Ukraine

The second IRR truck departed on Tuesday with 14 tons of goods collected as part of the “We are all Ukraine” campaign, promoted by the municipalities of Porto, Vila Nova de Gaia and Matosinhos.

Campaign in support of the Ukrainian people is intended to organize and collect aid

Both the helpline, with the number 222 090 420, and the site www.somostodosucrania.pt are exclusively intended for at areas in which the community can participate in this aid.