Texas organization helps Ukrainian refugees in Poland
As Russia continues to wage war on Ukraine, millions of Ukrainians have left their homes and are fleeing west to Poland and other Eastern European countries.
People from all over the world travel to countries like Poland to help Ukrainian refugees. Volunteers from Texas Baptist Men, a Dallas-based disaster relief organization, are among those flocking to Europe to help shelters.
Since 1967, TBM volunteers have offered help, hope and healing to millions of people facing adversity. The organization has offered services to train disaster relief groups in all 50 states and is the third largest disaster relief network in the nation.
Currently, TBM has volunteers working in several cities in Poland to convert places of worship into shelters. Zach Lashway and Wladimir Moquete of KPRC will join TBM in Warsaw. They also plan to visit the Polish-Ukrainian border.
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For more information on Texas Baptist Men, visit tbmtx.org.
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