Airbnb for Ukraine: accommodation offered to those fleeing the war

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After TIM too Airbnb expressed his solidarity regarding the situation in Ukraine, making the rental housing platform available to displaced Ukrainians who are trying to get out of the country. It is one of many solidarity initiatives put in place to help reduce damage in some way, just think that in the past few hours Anonymous declared the start of the cybernetic war against Russia.

Airbnb: houses available to displaced people from Ukraine

As specification Brian Chescky in a post on Twitterthis initiative is to be placed within the Open Homes initiative, of the nonprofit association Airbnb.org that for eight years now has been helping those who are fleeing for whatever reason, from wars to persecutions. The costs will therefore be borne by the ost and Aribnb in person, so that the fugitives can find refuge easily.

Here is the company’s statement:

“Airbnb and Airbnb.org are collaborating with hosts to host up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine for free. We need help to achieve the goal. We need as many people as possible to offer homes in neighboring countries, including Poland, Germany, Hungary and Romania. If you can’t, you can still contribute with a donation. The hospitality is funded by Airbnb, Airbnb.org through donations and the generosity of hosts. […] The landscape is evolving rapidly, so wait for the news in the coming days “.

Should you wish to do one donation a portal is currently active at the company’s official website, where it is possible to access through the company’s official website and donate a sum of 25, 50 or 100 dollars, or a personalized amount. In general, a large part of the world of technology is mobilizing to improve the situation, in the hopes of being able to make a difference.