Community-led welcome in the media
Ukraine: Have we become too used to the war?
A piece about how people have stepped up to support the people of Ukraine and how we need to keep that support going!
February 24th, 2023
I stayed in Ukraine for 10 months after Russia invaded – now I’m lucky to call the UK home
Iryna came to the UK from Ukraine after being matched with a host by Reset. In this first person piece for Metro she reflects on the first anniversary of the conflict in her home country. We are very proud of her.
February 21st, 2023
Southampton: Why Ukrainians are finding it impossible to rent
A piece in the Daily Echo examining the difficulties facing Ukranians who want to move on from their host accommodation into their own rented accommodation. With comment from Reset.
February 20th, 2023
‘We helped terrified families escape the war’ - One year on since Ukraine
A year after the start of the war in Ukraine, three sets of hosts and their Ukrainian guests discuss how the past year has been, and how they have found the experience of living together. An uplifting read!
January 24th, 2023
Thousands of Ukrainian refugees still need support from London hosts
With the first anniversary of the Ukrainian war approaching, the South London Press look at the issue of how hosts are still needed for the Homes for ukraine scheme. For the piece they spoke to Dymtro about his experience of leaving Ukraine, and Sean and Shahudul about their positive experience of hosting him in their London home.
January 11th, 2023
New campaign launched to help refugees integrate into their Kent communities
Great coverage from Kent Live of the launch of our #Communiteas campaign.
"A charity has launched its new campaign to show their support for refugees by hosting a tea party in a bid to spread the word about various forms of community welcome. Reset is behind this new initiative, calling people up and down the country to come together and help refugees integrate into their new environment."
December 22nd, 2022
Couple issue plea to Sheffield after hosting Ukrainian mum and son
In a bid to try and raise more awareness and hopefully get more families to sign up for the process, a Sheffield family has spoken of their experience housing a Ukrainian mother and son who had to flee their home to escape Russian troops on the front line.
December 22nd, 2022
‘There’s no place like home’: Ukraine’s refugees face their first Christmas away
Yuliia Matalinets is a Cargo Surveyor from Odessa and was matched with hosts in Bristol by Reset. She and other Ukrainians displaced by the war talked to Karen Gilchrist about their first Christmas away from home since being forced to move, and their plans for the future.
December 21st, 2022
The Ukrainians spending their first Christmas in Cheshire
Great British Life talks to three young Ukrainian mothers spending their first Christmas away from their homeland.
December 16th, 2022
Helping out in your community this Christmas
The Age Times offers some advice on ways to help out in your community this Christmas, including finding ways to welcome refugees. With a comment from our CEO, Kate Brown.
November 30th, 2022
Women outnumber men among refugees coming to the UK for the first time
Women have outnumbered men for the first time among refugees arriving in the UK, a charity report reveals, as a result of the large wave of Ukrainian families fleeing Russia's invasion.
November 21st, 2022
Young Couple prepare to welcome Ukrainian Refugee
Molli Benson, 24, and Jamie Cowley, 25, are a young couple who have recently bought their first home and moved from London to Tonbridge. After just a year in the house the pair signed up as hosts on the Homes for Ukraine scheme and say they will welcome their guest in time for Christmas.