Kinga Orkisz, one of a group of Polish people who are organising a collection point in a Belfast warehouse said people had been very generous with their donations and they were planning to send a lorry to Poland every week.
“My initial idea was to send a few packets to Ukraine. I did not expect so many people to be so helpful,” she said.
The group is running three collection centres in Belfast and one in Mallusk, County Antrim.
“Ukrainian people have travelled to Poland with one suitcase, or sometimes with nothing,” she said.
“We have collected two tonnes of clothes.
“We need more medication, cleaning supplies and food, and nappies for babies.”