We stand with the people of Ukraine.
This page has been developed to provide sources of support for people affected by the invasion of Ukraine.
Please also remember that free mental health support is available in Nottinghamshire for anyone finding this situation difficult.
For the latest updates, advice and government guidance to help Ukrainian guests and their hosts, sign up to our dedicated Homes for Ukraine newsletter.
The Disasters Emergency Committee has launched an urgent appeal to help people fleeing conflict in Ukraine
Useful information for Ukrainian guests and their hosts
Translated versions in Ukrainian and Russian are also available
Could you open your door to those fleeing the war in Ukraine to offer them a home? Find more details and FAQs in different languages about the scheme here
Hear from the chairman of the Ukrainian Cultural Centre and local volunteers describing the incredible support shown by Nottinghamshire residents – and how you can continue to help
A new Government scheme will match people, charities, businesses and community groups to Ukrainians who do not have established families in the country, so they are able to come to the UK
The Charity Commission and Fundraising Regulator have urged the public to donate safely by giving to a registered and regulated charity
Our Education Psychology Service has a guide for talking to children and young people about the war in Ukraine
The Nottinghamshire Pension Fund has set out its ambition to sell the small amount of Russian assets it holds in support of the people in Ukraine
Guidance for family members of British nationals, UK settled persons and certain others to come to or stay in the UK
Read our cross party response on the developing situation in Ukraine from Councillor Ben Bradley MP, Councillor Kate Foale and Councillor Jason Zadrozny
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