Our work so far
Project Victory Gardens
'VICTORY GARDENS' - a nation at war needs to be fed. This campaign aims to raise the funds to purchase as many vegetable seed and tools as possible and get it to Ukraine as quickly as possible! Once there, local initiatives will organise teams of villagers and refugees to plant and grow vegetables on land given for this purpose by local authorities.
We have been generously donated this magnificent lorry from Cefetra which left for Ukraine on 28th November.
Ukraine celebrates St Nicholas’s day on 19th December so in addition to the many essential items required, we have also filled this truck with Christmas presents for the children.
Approximately £140,000 worth of goods on the truck
Click here to see what is onboard
Project Fill the Truck
Project First Aid Trailer
The container is custom-made and prepared as a small doctor's office on wheels. It is equipped with the necessary equipment for first aid. All equipment is included in the price and its very important we get this
container. Marcin's team of medics is stationed in the container, helping people in the line to the border crossing on the Ukrainian side. They have two tents next to the container, one with beds for resting, but also as a field hospital for people in need. In the second, they prepare warm food and serve people in line. Having a medical container on site is extremely important for them and without it they will not be able to provide medical assistance.
On the 28th of November a lorry departed carrying 70 generators. Thank you so much for your kind donations, it was a massive success.
On the 30th March 2022 we delivered thousands of foil blankets to help keep the refugees warm and dry. Millions sleep in underground shelters and these blankets, are one of the most sought after items due to their practicality.
Thank you for all the funds donated which went towards this.
Thanks to your generous donations we have been able to deliver 3 vans and Brian Meehans horse box full of essential items to the Polish-Ukraine border.
Thanks to your generous donations the Ed White project has secured 45 generators, our team recently delivered these generators and they now begin there journey into Ukraine, where they will provide essential power. Click 'see more' to find out more about this project.
This was a mission possible, thanks to all the funds raised and your kind donations! We were able to bulk purchase supplies on your behalf and take them to the people who need them most. The Polish reception when the lorry arrived stuffed like a turkey was of true gratitude! Our gallant team included, co-founder James Boughey, Driver Rupert Nuttall, Ian Hepburn, Chris Barber and Marcin (who came all the way from Poland especially to drive)