創始人理查德-阿克赫斯特(Richard Akehurst)說，該組織已經看到了 "洪水 "般的捐款。
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A lorry of aid is on its way from Kent to Kherson
A team responsible for a large humanitarian aid package destined for the newly liberated Ukrainian city of Kherson said they had been overwhelmed by people's response.
Writing on Facebook earlier in the week Kent's Ukraine Relief Group said the lorry was "rammed".
Founder Richard Akehurst said the group had seen a "deluge" of donations.
"At one point, we had a vehicle queue all the way up the road because they were waiting to come in," he said.
Clothes, medical supplies and generators were among items collected and packed by volunteers and Ukrainian refugees living in the county.
Among those to help are Valeriia Lutsyk and Sasha Obiedkova, refugees who have made a home in Kent.
Ms Obiedkova said she started volunteering because she wanted "to do something for my country".
Mark Phillips, a volunteer who drove a previous consignment of aid to Ukraine said the medical aid would have the most impact.
Kherson was recaptured by Ukrainian troops this month, however Ukraine said retreating Russians had damaged much of the infrastructure, leaving residents without electricity.
They are also thought to be suffering shortages of food and water.
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