Seventh Humanitarian Mission: Delivering Aid to Ukraine

The Journey

We have successfully delivered the seventh aid shipment to the checkpoint in Ukraine. Packed with essential supplies including hygiene products, clothes, first aid kits, toys, and food, the truck embarked on its journey from the Wigan Council facility on Tuesday 16th April.

The accomplishment was made possible through the generous contributions of various organisations. The Brick played a pivotal role in providing the bulk of the aid, while Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, and Wigan & Leigh College and University Centre also lent their support. Additionally, The PSD Group's van donation facilitated the seamless transportation of goods across Wigan.

Acknowledgements are due to Wigan Council for graciously hosting the aid and offering invaluable assistance from its staff. Our dedicated team, including Mike Sharkey, Leanne, Rebekha, Charlotte, and the diligent site operatives, worked hard to organise, wrap, and load the pallets, ensuring a smooth operation from start to finish.

Gratitude extends to GT Export Consulting Ltd for providing the van and driver, whose safe journey ensured the timely arrival of the aid. Special thanks are also owed to the Archdiocese of Liverpool for imparting their blessings upon the truck as it embarked on its noble mission.

The successful delivery of this aid underscores the power of collaboration and compassion in making a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need. As Greenmount Projects continues its humanitarian efforts, the spirit of solidarity and support remains unwavering, embodying the essence of community care and altruism.