Support for Ukraine

NK stands with Ukraine

As we keep those impacted by the situation in Ukraine in our thoughts, we have collated information on local and national opportunities to contribute much needed support to the people of Ukraine.

What is listed below is what we are aware of; if you have any further information you would like to share with us, please make contact.

For further information you can also visit the Lincolnshire County Council Ukraine Response web-page.

Local to North Kesteven

This appears to change regularly, but at the moment the following supplies are specifically being requested:

  • Torches, batteries, power banks, First Aid items (plasters, bandages, slings)
  • Paracetamol and ibuprofen (liquid and tablets)
  • Cough and Flu mixture for adults and children
  • First-Aid Supplies - including bandages and plasters
  • Antiseptic creams
  • Thermal blankets/foils
  • Baby toiletries
  • Baby bottles and formula
  • Items for children – sweets, activities, colouring books, pens, small toys
  • Antibacterial gels and sprays
  • Health items, toothbrushes, toothpaste shampoo, deodorant, shower gel, soap
  • Sanitary products
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Flasks/thermal mugs, plastic cutlery, and plates.
  • Dry food and canned food
  • Pet food
  • Cat/pet carriers
  • Brand New (unused) eczema cream, such as
    • Epaderm
    • Cetraben
    • Zerobase
    • Diprobase
    • Cerave
    • Hydromol

Please note that clothing items are not needed at this time.

To contribute to an appeal dedicated to supporting those arriving in Lincolnshire, the Lincolnshire Community Foundation has launched a total giving appeal. The Community Foundation has confirmed that every penny received will go towards helping people fleeing conflict in Ukraine and who come to Lincolnshire for resettlement. While Government funding will meet basic costs this fund will help new arrivals to access transport, broadband and digital resources, access to leisure facilities, vouchers for toys, etc.

National Support

Donation Points (outside of North Kesteven)

  • Ignite Church Lincoln is working alongside Polish School Lincoln to gather supplies for Ukrainian families. Items can be dropped at the Breakthrough Centres in Lincoln – Boultham library (Monday and Wednesday 9am-4pm, Thursday 4pm-11pm, and Sunday 9am-12pm), and Birchwood library (Tuesday and Thursday 9am-4pm, and Sunday 9am-12pm)
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 – see more information here
  • Boston United Football Club, Pilgrim Way, Wyberton, Boston – the football club are accepting donations to help with the Ukraine Crisis Appeal. Donations can be dropped off at the Jakemans Community Stadium between 9.30am-5pm, Monday to Friday. The club are also taking monetary donations at their next two home games on March 5 and 19 – see more information here
  • 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 There is also a Just Giving page for financial donation to help the humanitarian aid relief project
  • 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 PubCherry Willingham – A drop off point for donations, teamed with the Polish School