Macclesfield Ukrainian Aid Collection Point passes million-pound milestone

By Alex Greensmith

24th Apr 2023 | Local News

Thomas Jackson (left) with Macclesfield Mayor Fiona Wilson. Jackson - who has Ukrainian ancestry - along with his fellow family and volunteer have sent almost 70 vehicles to the country.  (Image - Alexander Greensmith / Macclesfield Nub News)
Thomas Jackson (left) with Macclesfield Mayor Fiona Wilson. Jackson - who has Ukrainian ancestry - along with his fellow family and volunteer have sent almost 70 vehicles to the country. (Image - Alexander Greensmith / Macclesfield Nub News)

Macclesfield's first group to send support to Ukraine during the ongoing war has passed a major milestone.

Macclesfield Ukrainian Aid Collection Point has sent the equivalent of £1 million pounds worth of aid, having just passed this milestone.

The news comes as the volunteer-led operation have collected a Mayor's Civic Award for their services over the past year.

The group are making two big trips to the at-war Eastern European country in April, for which you can help fundraise for on this link.

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