'The GPS is broken and it's taken us to the front line' - Brit lads brave war zones to give out aid to Ukrainians.
Exclusive by Valerie Browne
Vans Without Borders have returned to Ukraine to continue their vital and groundbreaking work to deliver humanitarian aid to vulnerable Ukrainians who have been left isolated as a consequence of Russian aggression.
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During their last mission, they pioneered routes across Ukraine and were some of the first humanitarian volunteers to deliver international aid in Bucha, Irpin and Chernihiv, after they were devastated.
Their team has now grown to four vans and we will be looking to bring tonnes of aid across Ukraine, but need your help to achieve this.
Every penny you donate will be spent directly on helping the Ukrainian people, as all of our team members are volunteers - unlike international organisations who take up to 15% of donations for salaries.
To fill one van with canned food and essential supplies - sourced from a local Ukrainian business - it costs around £1,500.
A large part of our mission is also delivering targeted aid to vulnerable refugees such as those with disabilities, children and the elderly.
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