Aid For Ukraine in Kirkcudbright

Nick Morris at the Station House Cookery school has set up a pop-up space to collect donations for Ukraine from Friday 4th March to Friday, 17th March. He is working with MOOL & OPIR (aid convoy to Ukrainian refugees in Poland). Nick lived & worked in Ukraine for 20 years. Click on the image below for more information.

Suggested items for donation are:

For Babies

Baby clothes up to 1 year old, Dummies, Blankets, Wash cloths, Carriers, Warm clothing, Hats and mittens

For Women

Packets of new underwear, Breast pads, Hats and gloves, Thermal clothing, Muslins, Slings for carrying babies (not bulky carriers)

For Everyone

Shoes, trainers, Towels, Blankets, Sleeping bags


Solid soap, Toothbrushes, Hairbrushes,  Combs

Super Save in Kirkcudbright has a list of items that you can buy – gloves, meds, socks etc. for all budgets.

Please put in a note of love and support – or even a picture – we want people to know that we really thinking about them!

You can also donate money to purchase medicine, food, water and clothing via the Station House Cookery School web site by clicking on the image above.

Volunteers will be needed to accept donations from this Friday 4th March till 17th March (M-F) from  10am – 4pm.

Please contact Mary Kate Brown (email: mobile: 07719720587) if you are able to volunteer. There will be two shifts per day, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The final sorting & packing of donations will take place at the MOOL depot in Dfs. There will be some sorting at the pop up – ie if donations are soiled, broken or not needed they will be put aside.

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