Boxes of Hope NI have recently set up a new storage facility on East Bridge Street in Belfast where they are gathering much needed supplies to help those during the conflict with Russia.
On Saturday, August 6, the first 18-ton truck with humanitarian aid will be sent to Ukraine. Collection and sorting of things into boxes are currently underway.
Boxes of Hope was originally launched in Lincolnshire, England, by a woman called Mandy Baxter and it has since gone on to open branches across the UK.
The new Belfast branch of the charity will now be the dedicated hub for donations for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland as it seeks to support those who have been affected by the Russian invasion.
Boxes of Hope NI plans to regularly send truckloads of supplies to Ukraine to help its people during the war with Russia
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