March 4, 2022 9.00 am

Where to drop off donations in Lincolnshire for Ukraine appeal

Lincolnshire is pulling together to support Ukraine

Businesses, organisations and individuals in Lincolnshire are appealing for donations in support of Ukraine during the invasion from Russia.

Russian troops began an invasion in Ukraine last week, causing deaths and devastation of peaceful communities. Thousands have fled the country after missiles rained down on their cities.

People in Lincoln turned out in their hundreds to show their support for people in Ukraine, under the backdrop of the cathedral, lit up in yellow and blue in a candlelit vigil on Sunday.

People continue to offer donations in the county, so below is a rolling list of places managing collections. If you would like to be added to the list please email [email protected].

  • Moorland Community Centre, Moorland Avenue, Lincoln – City of Lincoln Council has donated the use of the community centre, where the Lincoln Friends of Ukraine will be collecting donations on Sunday, March 6 (12pm-4pm)
  • Ignite Church Lincoln is working alongside Polish School Lincoln to gather supplies for Ukrainian families. Items can be dropped at the old Sofology store, St Marks, Lincoln. If you are unable to attend during these times, please contact Stephen Allen, 07795 568573, who will be able to arrange further dates at their storage unit.
  • Boston Stump, St Botolph’s Church on Church Close in Boston – The Parish of Boston are supporting the Community Support Group with their collections of donations
  • His Church, PO BOX 201 in Market Rasen, has launched Operation Manna 2022 to bring relief in the form of food, clothing and essential items to “innocent victims of war whose lives are being seriously affected by the crisis in their country”.  Anyone who would like to donate should contact the His Church Team on 03000 11 77 00 or via email at [email protected]. There is also a Just Giving page for financial donation to help the humanitarian aid relief project
  • Pat Cook Funeral Services on Burton Road in Lincoln is asking people in the city and the surrounding areas send donations to them of clothes, toiletries, blankets, nappies and baby equipment, and food. The firm’s sister company – Ashby Funeral Care on Ashby High Street in Scunthorpe, is also collecting donations for the Ukraine appeal
  • Exploding Ink, South Street in Horncastle – collecting donations to take over to a Hull collection point next week. Anyone with towels, bedding, kids toys and clothes, or anything they no longer need are asked to drop it into the studio before Wednesday, March 9
  • WJB Swim Lincolnshire – For one week from Monday, March 7 items are being collected for transport into Ukraine and the border with Poland. There will be a donation box at every swimming pool – see more information on items needed here
  • The Vape Store, Bank Street in Boston – Community Support Group have teamed up with Natalia Bartkowiak, who is a friend of Lincolnshire Vapours Ltd, and the Boston-based business will collect donations ready to be picked up on Friday, March 4 – see more information here
  • St Mary’s Catholic Church in Grantham is appealing for donations to take to Patrycja Janczewska at 3 Belmont Street in Grantham. Donations need to be received by 5pm on Saturday, March 5 and will then be transported to the Polish/Ukraine border to help those fleeing the war – see more information here
  • Nosey Parker, Crusader Road in Lincoln – the pub has teamed up with Polish School Lincoln to help with aid for displaced and remaining people of Ukraine – see more information here
  • Dough LoCo, Drury Lane in Lincoln – donating a percentage of profits to a number of Ukraine crisis appeals throughout March
  • Masonic Centre, Watergate, Sleaford – Open on Sunday, March 6 from 9.30 – 3pm to receive donations for the Ukrainian appeal
  • Wragby Scout Hut – In support of Polish School, Birchwood, Ignite Church and The Friends of Ukraine. Items can be dropped off or left at the hut Wednesday 6 – 8.45, Thursday, 5.30 – 6.45 and Friday 6.30 – 8.30
  • Wishing Well Pub, Cherry Willingham – A drop off point for donations, teamed with the Polish School
  • Imperial Teas, 47 Steep Hill, Lincoln – The shop is being used as a drop off point for donations. The team will deliver collections to one of the larger donation centres
  • Allen Archaeology, Whisby Lodge, Hillcroft Business Park, Whisby Road in Lincoln – donations can be taken to the offices between 7am-5pm, Monday to Friday, and given to officer manager Georgina at the main reception. Donations will be sent to Poland by Fundacja Ermed via the Polish School Lincoln
  • Honeybee Barns, Rasen Road, Tealby – Vital items can be dropped off here. The team will then deliver to an allocated dispatch point. Please donate clothing, new bedding, toiletries and nappies. Please clean and wrap items where possible
  • The Craft Outlet, Springfields Outlet Shopping Centre in Spalding – knitted hats, scarfs and gloves for children and women can be dropped off at the shop 
  • Sir Robert Pattinson Academy, Moor Lane, North Hykeham – the school is now a drop-off point for donations, Monday to Friday between 9am-2.30pm. The school is also creating family care packages to support the appeal with essential items. Donations collected by the Academy will eb donated to Ignite Church in Lincoln for transportation to Poland for the fleeing Ukrainians
If you would like to be added to the list please email full details to [email protected].