The Cafe allows residents and refugees to catch-up and connect.
Ms Ford and the Ukrainian refugee living at her home have created a leaflet, which has been distributed to thousands of households, in a bid to attract more hosts.
Ms Ford said hosting was "much more straightforward than it was 18 months ago when we started this journey".
She said: "We want to remind people that people (from Ukraine) are still wanting to come and we hope our leaflet will help with that."
Anyone who has a room or rooms and could host a refugee is asked to get in touch.
Financial incentives are offered to those who can host.
The government website: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/homes-for-ukraine-sponsor-guides offers helpful guidance on things to consider before deciding to become a host, basic accommodation requirements, making contact with the potential guest prior to agreeing to host them, setting expectations about how the guest and host will live in the same space, and practical advice on various aspects connected with becoming a host.
You can telephone Crediton for Ukraine on 01363 773159 or visit at Crediton Congregational church on any Monday between 4pm and 6pm to meet hosts and refugees in an informal setting.