Many people are contacting us asking how they can help support those affected by the war in Ukraine.
WHAT IS HAPPENING
The Salvation Army already has people in Ukraine and neighbouring countries providing food, shelter, clothing, prayers and hope. We have programmes and personnel in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Romania, Moldova and other European countries who were able to offer practical assistance as soon as the situation escalated. Some rushed to the border of Ukraine to hand out urgent provisions, while others made arrangements to offer support to people and families displaced by the violence. Read details about relief work on this website here and at International Headquarters here.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP
The best thing you can do practically is to make a monetary donation to support Salvation Army relief work:
We can only accept cash donations for international emergency appeals and relief work. Giving money is the best way you can help.
In most cases, donating items slows down our international relief work as items need to be sorted, cleaned and transported. Spending money on delivering items also leaves less money to help those in immediate need.
We use our international network to make sure help is given to the people who need our support. We have Salvation Army officers and Salvationist volunteers already on hand in Ukraine and neighbouring countries. We are working with them and our colleagues at our international headquarters in London to make sure donations are used properly.
Thank you for your support of all those affected by the crisis in Ukraine at this time. It is appreciated.
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You can help us by donating your goods for reuse and recycling.
To donate good quality clothes and accessories, linens such as curtains and fabrics, homeware such as bric-a-brac and kitchen items, books, CDs, DVDs or toys, please call our charity shop in Mold on 01352 757998
For old clothing, footwear, bags, belts, towels and bed linen, please donate these at one of our clothing banks around the town, Click the button below to find your nearest one.
If you are contacting us to donate furniture, we suggest you try Local charity Refurbs Flintshire (01352 734111) can collect re-usable furniture and electrical items from your doorstep for free.