Benedict Cumberbatch and his wife Sophie Hunter plan on doing their part to support Ukrainian refugees.

The U.K. government has a “homes for Ukraine” scheme in which people can take in those fleeing the war in Ukraine.

Speaking to Sky News, Cumberbatch shared that he is hosting a family through the non-profit Refugees at Home.

“They’ve made it out of Ukraine, I’m monitoring their progress every day,” he said.

“Sadly, they are undergoing some medical treatment — to say anything more about that would be invasion of their privacy and too much about when they’re coming and how that’s being managed would invade mine — but I want to give them some stability after the turmoil that they’ve experienced, and that’s within my home,” Cumberbatch added.

He has also helped out “financially” in a few “instances” for U.K. citizens who are Ukrainian nationals and waiting to house their extended families.

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At the BAFTAs in March, the “Doctor Strange” star wore a Ukrainian flag on his lapel and told Sky News, via the Guardian, of their original plan to help out.

“It is a really shocking time to be a European, two and a half hours’ flight away from Ukraine, and it’s something that hangs over us,” Cumberbatch said.

“We all need… to do more than wear a badge. We need to donate, we need to pressure our politicians to continue to create some kind of a haven here for people who are suffering,” he continued. “Everyone needs to do as much as they can… there’s been a record number of people volunteering to take people into their homes, I hope to be part of that myself.”

Elsewhere on the red carpet, Cumberbatch spoke of people being denied “basic human rights” as Ukraine is conquered by “this megalomaniac in this regime reigning down terror.”

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“It’s a very scary and sad time,” he added.

Caitriona Balfe also spoke of the “horrific” attacks on Ukraine.

“I just think we all have to do what we can and it would be amazing if the British government did more.”