The project responds to the need for integration activities in Poland resulting from the increased number of refugees in our country. The majority of them came from Ukraine, but in this project we also target people from other countries. Although there have been migrants in Poland for many years, still no government document regulating migration policy has been adopted. The document created a few years ago has been invalidated, so many responsibilities in this area are taken over by NGOs and local governments. The aim of the project is to support integration activities, which we understand as activities addressed both to newcomers and people who take them in. As part of the project, we employ an intercultural assistant who supports the school attended by refugee children and helps refugees. We conduct Polish as a second language classes and intercultural activities in the model of an outdoor education. We run workshops for teaching staff working in an intercultural environment and a series of meetings with women from Active Women’s Clubs in the Lublin area. The project also includes a series of online lectures on the situation of refugees in Poland and in their country of origin, as well as an online social campaign. The project’s beneficiaries are refugees, the local community, teaching staff, pre-school children (Polish and foreign) and people using social media (as recipients of the campaign).