Both Polish and English communities in Doncaster have come back with an overwhelming response to the recent Support for Ukraine event taking place in Doncaster.
This is just an English version of the post from yesterday providing info on how you can help.
Updated: 28.02.2022, 17.31
Please note, no more donations are accepted until further notice
There have been so many items donated and more volunteers are needed to help sort all the items.
Anyone wanting to help please visit Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church in Bentley today and tomorrow (28.02-01.03) and St Peter in Chains church in Hyde Park on Wednesday (02.03).
There is growing number of Ukrainian refugees in Poland, especially along the Eastern border. Collection points have been set up in Doncaster for anyone wanting to donate essential things needed to help the refugees.
Please clinks on one of the collection points below for more info and see the list or needed items below:
What is needed?
clothes shoes long use by date, not perishable food plasters, bandages, painkillers nappies, toilet paper, cleaning supplies blankets, sleeping bags, tents torches, candles
Catholic church in Bentley
Collections at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church
at 54 High Street, DN5 0AT, Bentley in Doncaster and the neighbouring building of the Convent of the Daughters of St Francis de Dales facing Church Street (see the map and the picture below).
All collections can be made 24/7 until Thursday 3rd March.
Ebent on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1127500458082200/
St Peter in Chains, Hyde Park
An additional collection point has been set up at St Peter in Chains in Hyde Park as well. This will only be available for drop offs on Wednesday 2nd March between 9am – 8pm.
Nuffield Health Appeal
Nuffield Health in lakeside also has a drop off point at Nuffield Health Doncaster, 4 Sidings Court, DN4 5NU
All collections till 03rd March.