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Collection points on campus for Ukraine donations

We understand that the current situation in Ukraine is both alarming and distressing. Our thoughts are with all those directly affected by these events.

As well as proactively reaching out to our Ukrainian and Russian members of our community, we have also pulled together some contact details of support services and resources that are here for anyone at this very difficult time. You may find it hard to focus on your studies or other activities – please know that the University community is here to support you through both your studies and emotionally. Please also check-in with friends and course mates and look out for one another.

What can I do to help?

Your Students' Union have organised two collection days on campus for donations to help Ukrainian refugees:

  • Thursday 3 March, 10am - 4pm - VG07 in the Vine Building
  • Friday 11 March, 10am - 4pm - CG09 in the College Building

Donations will be transported and distributed to the main refugee camps at Polish and Romanian borders by a variety of local charities.

Items needed:

  • Batteries/ flashlights/ candles
  • Practical footwear (warm, all sizes needed,  new or in very good condition)
  • Diapers/ clothing for children of different sizes
  • Sanitary products
  • Thermal clothes
  • Painkillers
  • Packing products
  • Duvets/ Blankets/ sleeping bags/ pillows/ bedding
  • Non- perishable foods such as can/ tin food
  • Detergents and hygiene products such as soap, toothpaste and laundry detergents

Financial aid

Your Students’ Union have also suggested the following organisations you can donate to in order to support those most in need:

The Red Cross

United Help Ukraine

The Global Support Fund


If you have any resources or ways of supporting those affected, we would love to share these across our platforms so that other community members can make use of them. Just pop an email with your resource to communications@mdx.ac.uk

A note about misinformation

As with any event, there are many sources of inaccurate information being spread across social media platforms. We strongly advise you to check that anything you read or share comes from official sources, organisations or bodies.

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