Frietkar from Genemuiden feeds thousands of refugees at the Polish border

Frietkar from Genemuiden feeds thousands of refugees at the Polish border

A team of ten from Genemuiden is handing out hot meals to thousands of Ukrainian refugees on the Polish border.

Volunteers arrived in Poland last Thursday in a chip truck, a camper van and a refrigerated truck full of groceries, and parked their vehicles in a large bunker in Korczowa. There they work on the assembly line to deliver food to the people. Niek Brouwer, whose father initiated the campaign, says: “Everyone can sleep for seven hours and go back to work. But people are very grateful. “It impresses us a lot because the conditions here are bad,” he says. NOS Radio 1 NewsI

When they heard about the situation at the border where thousands of refugees were waiting for help, the initiators quickly collected 7,000 kilos of meat, 4 pallets of chips, 1,000 liters of cooking oil and hundreds of kilos of cheese and fruit. In and with the help of sponsors and candy. The local butcher supplied 600 liters of pea soup, which also went to Poland. “That’s handy because she understands meat and has everything she needs to cook and cook,” says Brouwer.

Source: NOS

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