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28 May 2022

Longford father and daughter transport humanitarian aid to Ukrainians forced to flee their home

Longford father and daughter transport humanitarian aid to Ukrainians forced to flee their homes

The Longford father and daughter team of Eoin and Katie McGinnity has travelled across the continent to transport a huge truck load of humanitarian aid to Ukrainians forced to flee their home following the Russian invasion.

The duo have arrived at a depot in Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania where the massive delivery has been unloaded. 

Providers, Longford have strong and long links with the Cardias charity, indeed, the Ireland - Romania link goes back 30 years.

Longford mother and daughter Hilary and Hazel Robinson also successfully made it to the Ukraine border with Poland last week to deliver humanitarian aid to those who fled the fighting in their home country.

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