GREEN-FINGERS have been helping support aid for Ukraine.
Ram Prinjha tireless efforts in selling flowers and plants at his Leamington allotment have raised £600 this year.
And Mr Prinjha donated the cash to The Polish Centre’s on-going aid efforts for war-torn Ukraine.
Mr Prinjha had previously made a substantial donation that played a vital role in providing essential eye surgery for a young boy in Ukraine.
Mr Prinjha said: “I am glad I could help, and it’s great to see the results of my donation. I am very happy I could support the Polish Centre again and the poor people in Ukraine who are suffering as a result of the war.
As a thank you for his donation, Anna, a refugee from Ukraine, baked him a cake.
Dawid Kozlowski, Aid for Ukraine coordinator at the Polish Centre, said: “With the generous support of Mr Prinjha and the collective efforts of the Polish Centre, we have sent eight ambulances to Ukraine to enhance emergency medical services.
“Additionally, four more ambulances are currently awaiting delivery in the United Kingdom. Furthermore, we have provided a staggering 180 tons of aid, including food, medical equipment, clothing, and other necessities, to support the affected regions in Ukraine.
“These initiatives would not have been possible without the steadfast commitment and generosity of Mr Prinjha and many other people with good hearts. His contributions, combined with our collaborative efforts, are making a tangible and positive difference in the lives of those impacted by the conflict in Ukraine.”
“The collective contributions and support of individuals like Mr Prinjha serve as an inspiration to others, demonstrating that individual actions can make a significant difference in the lives of those less fortunate. By working together, we can continue to foster positive change and provide much-needed assistance to the people of Ukraine.”
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