Estonian Jewish Community continues its active work supporting refugees

The Crisis Center of the Estonian Jewish Community (Eesti Juudi Kogukond) is providing psychological, legal and social assistance to refugees.

The hotline of the Community continues to operate, to which calls are received every day. Community workers are in constant contact, trying to make the stay of refugees in Estonia as comfortable as possible.

The Community Crisis Team exchanges information with their counterparts in Europe, monitoring the situation, trying to respond quickly.

Clothes, hygiene products and children’s toys were donated to the Refugee Meeting Centre. The aid was brought by both adults and children of the community.


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