Asuntoyhtymä offers apartments for the use of Ukrainian refugees
Ukraine is in the thoughts of every one of Asuntoyhtymä's employees, so we've been thinking of how we, too, could help. Asuntoyhtymä has donated €10000 to Ukrainian children via Unicef. What's more, Asuntoyhtymä has been in touch with the Finnish Immigration Service and a number of other organisations to offer vacant apartments for the immediate use of refugees.
Let's all do as much as we can to support Ukrainians in this inconceivable situation.
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