Wartime disrupts the normal way of life, and charity initiatives are one way to try and bring back some sense of normal into our daily life. Forbes.UA published commentary on how Ukraine in particular is facing the issue of refugees escaping dangerous regions. Symphony Solutions elaborated on how the company has transformed its largest office in Lviv, Ukraine to take in displaced Ukrainians in this critical time. Symphony Solutions has opened its Lviv office to Ukrainians, setting up the place with comfort and all the necessary amenities for the refugees. Theo Schnitfink personally stayed in the shelter for four days to make sure that it’s operating up to standard. “We are helping people find apartments in Ukraine or Poland,” said Valentina Synenka, CMO at Symphony Solutions Over a hundred refugees have already found shelter at Symphony Solutions Lviv office. For a while, it welcomed to stay and set up office the international humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders. Two more shelters were organized in company’s offices in Poland, Krakow and Rzeszow. Refugees are welcome to stay at the shelter overnight or for a few days. Symphony Solutions has been actively engaged in supporting Ukraine in the fight for freedom since the early days of war. In total, we have raised over 800,000 EUR and donated the funds in support of humanitarian and healthcare causes. Symphony Solutions’ charity initiatives span out to cover informational support, cooperation with international organizations, and supporting colleagues who are fighting in the frontlines. We are united in our support for Ukraine’s fight for sovereignty and territorial integrity.