Max Ciszek is again sending humanitarian aid to war-stricken Ukraine. This time, through the cooperation with the Open Dialogue Foundation, they have acquired a mobile operating table.
Max needs no introduction. Anyone who knows him will recognise that the local activist’s vocabulary does not contain the word “impossible”. Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of our eastern neighbours, he has been actively involved in delivering humanitarian aid. He has used his determination and contacts to facilitate the acquisition of additional items needed at the front. It is worth noting that students from the Complex of Secondary Vocational Schools No 2 in Starachowice also joined in and helped load the necessary equipment. This help would not have been possible without cooperation with the Open Dialogue Foundation, which has been supporting Ukraine since the first day of the war. To date, more than 100 transports have already been sent. This time the humanitarian cargo will go to Kupyansk (Kharkiv region). Łukasz Krenczyk, who is responsible for warehouse logistics and transporting humanitarian aid at the Open Dialogue Foundation, has already made 15 trips to Ukraine, including four to the front line. He admits that he cannot erase the images of war from his memory. It is important that the Foundation help not only people, but also animals — they take pet food on every trip.