War in Ukraine Let’s Help
Here are some of the West Norfolk businesses and community groups doing there bit to help the people of Ukraine. Please only donate what is really needed on the ground. The following are key items which are urgently needed to help on the Ukraine-Poland border: Foil survival blankets, Toys, Nappies, Sanitary towels, Crayons, Towel, First Aid Kits, Sleeping bags, Metal cups, Thermal clothing, Hairbrushes, Shampoos, Toothbrushes, Children’s clothes, Bandages.
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Brittons stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
We're collecting donations of humanitarian aid for refugees.
This is part of a united appeal with fifteen Norfolk estate agents and UK charity WONDER Foundation, working on the ground with families crossing the Ukraine border.
Dedicated Care is a support company in West Norfolk but is also a company that likes to help wherever it can. As a team of staff, owners and service users they have been thinking about the people of Ukraine. Owners of the company gave £1000 to buy supplies, colleagues donated money and even their service users contributed to the haul that will be heading to the border later this week.
Ukraine Lifeline drop off point is at Alpine Retail Park, Lynn Road, Wisbech, PE147DA. FYI no more clothes at the moment.
Here’s the list of what is needed (drawn up by one of the aid agencies on the ground): -First aid kits; Dressings, tourniquets, gauze ‘quick dressing’ -Charged Powerbanks -Personal Hygiene items -Warm children’s clothes, good quality -Nappies -Tents / Blankets / Sleeping bags -Basic medication- Calpol, paracetamol, aspirin, ibuprofen If anything changes I’ll update.
Items are needed, if you can help, by Wednesday evening 16 March https://www.facebook.com/mcatlinukraine
We are a not-for-profit group of local volunteers helping support the people of Ukraine in whichever way we can. We're reaching out to anyone that can help supply winter clothes, basic first aid supplies, toiletries, nappies and non-perishable food. FYI no more clothes at the moment. Ukraine Lifeline has a drop-off point at Alpine Retail Park, Lynn Road, Wisbech, PE147DA.
Cats Protection in Stowbridge is asking for items to be dropped off at Vets1 in Downham Market or King's Lynn. When the collection is over, all of the items will be taken to the St Olga Ukrainian Catholic Church in Peterborough. After that, they will be sent to refugee camps in Poland.