Tom Littledyke is a British pub owner who couldn't sit idely by and decided he had to do something to help Ukranian refugees. He put out a plea for donations with a goal of $1000 and ended up getting 15 times that amount. Then with his 16 passenger minibus made the trip to the Ukraine. Littledyke is also a Former Royal Marine.
After dropping supplies in Poland, he said he made the "terrifying" drive over the border to Lviv in western Ukraine.
He is now using his 16-seater minibus to ferry people from the city's train station back to the Polish border.
He said: "The plan wasn't to come into the Ukraine but at midnight I met some reporters on the border in Poland and they gave me some useful tips...[they] told me about a train station where people needed to be ferried to and from the border. So I made the decision to pop over."
He plans to return with donated blankets, sleeping bags and teddy bears after he launches another appeal on social media!