MADRID, 21 (EUROPE PRESS)
Banca March has launched an initiative to bring humanitarian aid to the Polish-Ukrainian border and collaborate in the transfer of refugees who will be welcomed by families upon arrival in Spain, with their final destination in Valencia.
A group of professional volunteers from the entity began the trip yesterday to deliver the humanitarian material collected (mainly medicines, hygiene products, clothing, warm items and non-perishable food) and accompany the families of Ukrainians to Spain.
The journey will take place in a bus with about forty seats that will be occupied by women, the elderly and children from Ukraine. In the city of Wroclaw (Poland) all the humanitarian aid collected will be delivered and the trip will continue to the border town of Przemysl, where the collection of the Ukrainians has been organized, who are expected to arrive in Valencia this Friday, March 25, where host families await them.
Banca March assumes the costs of transportation, medication, accommodation and maintenance throughout the trip and has opened an account (ES86 0061 0029 1617 2521 0110, concept: Ukraine) whose funds will be used to make a second trip and to meet the needs of people arriving in Spain.