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Safe Harbour for Ukraine

On St Patricks Day a bus arrived from Cork to the Polish/Ukraine border and brought home 33 women and children fleeing the war. Four trucks filled with supplies were delivered to people desperately in need. Since then we’ve flown in another 35 people to Ireland and continue to do so.

Everybody was provided with accommodation in homes donated or with host families. All children were enrolled in schools. Many of the adults are now working. It was a success and many strong friendships have been made.

This is a community based project with support from Cronin’s Coaches, Dennehy Commercials, and the enormous goodwill of the Irish people.

We relied 100% on the generosity and kindness of people in Ireland to make this happen.

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How to help

donating essential supplies

We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of the community who has allowed us to not only fill our 40 seater bus with supplies, but an additional three arctic trucks over the past number of weeks! We would like to thank each and every person who took the time to bring us the supplies that will make such a difference to so many in Ukraine. A current Essential Supplies list can be found at the following link and all donations are greatly needed and appreciated.


offering accommodation

As with the supplies, the offers of accommodation were more than we could have imagined, and happily we have more than enough families who have offered to host people in desperate need of a safe home. If you would like to host a refugee, the Red Cross are taking pledges for accommodation here.

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Special thanks to Cronins Coaches , the Quinn family in Newry, Nasc, Wojciech, and Dennehy Motors