The Story So Far
Stuart, Ian and Pete will again drive to Yazlovets in Ukraine to drop off essential aid for Sister Julie.
Sister Julie runs a monastery in Yazlovets, Ukraine and she has 40 children in her care. We delivered aid to them last month and to see the children was heartbreaking.
Last trip we took Paddy Doherty with us and he was absolutely fantastic. I have never met anyone so caring and he was very emotional like us all when we saw the children at the monastery. Paddy will be joining our team again which makes me really happy.
We will also meet up with Picture Point Films, who will film our journey inside Ukraine because they didn't make it last time.
Once our aid has been delivered to the monastery we will stay the night, before embarking on a 9-hour drive to Kyiv to another amazing organization called Ywam Kyiv.
After we deliver to Ywam, we will deliver to the Ukrainian Military on behalf of Captain Fedchenko from the Ukrainian embassy in London with essential aid from head comms to Quad bikes for border patrol.
We have again teamed up with a fantastic organization (Hull4Ukraine) that has donated so much more aid for Ukraine. We deliver direct to the source we won't leave it at the border or in a warehouse somewhere.
On our last trip, we delivered everything to Sister Julie’s Monastery and the hospital in Kyiv you can see the pictures below.
Some images from our most recent aid mission to Ukraine in March 2023
“We could not be prouder of Ian and what he has done. We will back him all the way, with whatever other action he takes to help the people of Ukraine, and the orphanage in particular, and hope his narrative will help generate more donations and the vital water supply support that the orphanage needs. Ian’s selfless actions are a great example of how we can all do more, if we try.”
We would like to thank Tony Tracey who has raised so much aid and donated £1000 on our last trip. To have someone on board like Tony is just fantastic. He is so passionate about seeing the aid being delivered to Ukraine and that is why he is helping so much.