Goods for Good sets up emergency response to the Ukraine crisis
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Together with its Dutch charity partners, Goods for Good has set up a humanitarian aid hub on the Polish border with Ukraine in response to the ongoing crisis.
Three trucks are ready to depart from Weesp in Holland, loaded with essential bedding, clothing, footwear, hygiene and toiletries with a further five loads also secured. The much-needed goods will reach refugees and people in-need inside Ukraine. Vital goods will also be sent to Moldova where refugees are expected to arrive. The cost of each truck is £3000 and donations are needed to get them on the road.
Goods for Good will supply relief aid to Ukrainian welfare centres and are currently liaising with the Ukrainian Embassies in Poland and The Netherlands to make this happen. If your company has surplus or overstock goods, find out you can support the effort in Ukraine.
Goods For Good sends goods donated by generous businesses and individuals in the UK to vulnerable communities living around the world:
It’s a sad reality that millions of people beset by poverty, tragedy or disaster live without basic goods such as clothing, medicines, blankets or hygiene products. Goods For Good sources and delivers large quantities of these basic goods to pre-identified communities in need. In other words, we take essential items that aren’t needed in the UK and send them where they are needed.