A EURORDIS and Airbnb.org collaboration to support rare disease patients leaving Ukraine

EURORDIS - Rare Diseases Europe is proud to be working with Airbnb.org to support the Ukrainian rare disease community in accessing free, short-term housing outside of Ukraine.

If you or a member of your immediate family are living with a rare disease, fleeing Ukraine or are already displaced from Ukraine, and in need of short-term housing outside of Ukraine*, please complete this form.

EURORDIS will collect information about your personal situation, displaced status, how you are affected by rare disease, and your short-term housing needs. Your displaced status and short-term housing needs will be shared with Airbnb.org to approve your request and issue you a voucher directly for booking accommodation via the Airbnb platform.

If you are interested in providing housing for displaced Ukrainians living with a rare disease, please complete this form.

*Airbnb.org can offer free short-term stays for displaced persons (generally up to 30 nights). Stays cannot be booked within Ukraine, Russia, or Belarus. Guests will need to identify and arrange another housing solution for after the initial 30-day stay. The 30 days cannot be divided across multiple properties.

Read the press release (Also in Ukrainian)

Page created: 08/04/2022
Page last updated: 11/04/2022
 
 
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