We are helping
Ukrainian refugees

We provide refugees accommodation, humanitarian aid in the Czech Republic

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Volunteers involved

Who we are

Dům Dobra is a charitable foundation that helps Ukrainians affected by war. Our main goals are to provide housing for refugees in Czech Republic and to provide the necessary humanitarian aid to those who stayed in Ukraine. Learn more about us →

How you can help?

Donate to Dům Dobra

Every donation you make could save someone’s life. We accept any donation amount.

Become a volunteer

Volunteers are a very important part of our team, because only with their help we can give a new home for refugees. If you want to help us with saving lives, join our Dům Dobra!

Bring the humanitarian aid

We regularly buy and accept humanitarian aid from our office on Karlin. Volunteers sort it and we send the necessary things to those cities of Ukraine where they need it the most.

How we help

We accomodate refugees

One of our main goals is to provide Ukrainian refugees in Czech Republic with housing. For this purpose, we have opened  three Dům Dobra, where more than 400 refugees can live.


Dům Dobra Vršovice

Hotel "Mars" in the past, which has become a comfortable home for more than 250 refugees from Ukraine. Learn more →

Dům Dobra Karlín

Dům Dobra Karlín is our first house, which was built day and night by over 100 volunteers. Learn more →

Dům Dobra Bohnice

Dům Dobra Bohnice was a large open space in a picturesque area, provided by a group of indifferent entrepreneurs. Learn more →

Join our team

We provide humanitarian aid

One of our main activities: collecting and sending humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Every day we collect and sort basic necessities at the Dům Dobra. We regularly update our lists of needed humanitarian aid, but there are some things that are always needed. Bring humanitarian aid →


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