What we do

USPUK (Universal Sponsorship Pathway UK) is a registered charity (1198784) focused on supporting the resettlement of displaced people in the UK. USPUK was founded to support Ukrainian people affected by Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine which began on 24 February 2022.

Support for Ukrainians

USPUK provides advice and assistance to displaced Ukrainians who have been forced from their homes by bringing them to the UK under the ‘Homes for Ukraine’ scheme. We have been awarded ‘Recognised Provider’ status by the UK Government, which means we are able to find UK hosts and match them with displaced people under the Homes for Ukraine scheme.

Our teams in Warsaw, Poland, and Lviv, Ukraine, provide information and guidance to displaced Ukrainians on the Homes for Ukraine scheme. Our teams in London find and vet new UK hosts, and match them with their Ukrainian guests.

Support for Others

USPUK’s Afghan Resettlement Project, launched in June 2023, will provide resettlement support to Afghans on the ACRS and ARAP pathway. At present, USPUK has launched a survey alongside More in Common to understand the wants and needs of those Afghans still accommodated in bridging hotels in the UK. The results will inform the solutions USPUK develops.

Beyond this, USPUK is exploring how best it can support more displaced peoples arriving in the UK.

How we can help

We assist displaced Ukrainian people by providing information, advice and assistance when:

Browse this website for up-to-date and relevant information and resources. We have translated the UK Visa application form into Ukrainian and have an up-to-date list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and links to other partner organisations who offer help.

Want to know more?

  • Check out our Projects Page to see the work we've been doing over the past year.
  • Contact our Ukrainian speaking consultants to find out how we can help you.
  • Fill in our form if you are looking for a host in the UK through Homes for Ukraine.

All enquiries will be answered as soon as we can, even if we are busy.

Anastasiia Spivak, Tanya Naimanova, Valeriia Kharchenko, Iryna Babii and Nadiia Boldyr in Lviv Office